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Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

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Postby Bleckonia » Fri May 03, 2013 4:25 pm

Maklohi Vai wrote:
Bleckonia wrote:I'm thinking of starting a centrist political party geared toward independents and centrists. Anyone interested?

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Official Party Name: Civic Party
Brief Summary of Platform: Centrism, anti-Communism, economic liberalism, social liberalism, capitalism, mixed-market economics
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Besides the anti-communism, it sounds very similar to the P-Cs.


The problem is that I've turned against the Progress Coalition. I dislike having our party associated with radicals like the communists and RGs.
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Left-wing Utopia

Postby Geilinor » Fri May 03, 2013 4:28 pm

Bleckonia wrote:
Maklohi Vai wrote:Besides the anti-communism, it sounds very similar to the P-Cs.


The problem is that I've turned against the Progress Coalition. I dislike having our party associated with radicals like the communists and RGs.

We can still vote as we wish on divisive issues.
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Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby Aeken » Fri May 03, 2013 4:29 pm

Bleckonia wrote:
Maklohi Vai wrote:Besides the anti-communism, it sounds very similar to the P-Cs.


The problem is that I've turned against the Progress Coalition. I dislike having our party associated with radicals like the communists and RGs.

It would only be the naive ones who would judge it just because it's in a coalition with the far-left. That doesn't influence the LD's at all.

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Left-wing Utopia

Postby Maklohi Vai » Fri May 03, 2013 4:29 pm

Bleckonia wrote:
Maklohi Vai wrote:Besides the anti-communism, it sounds very similar to the P-Cs.


The problem is that I've turned against the Progress Coalition. I dislike having our party associated with radicals like the communists and RGs.

If you consider the Red-Greens "radicals," Senator, then I believe you need refocus your definition of the word.

EDIT: Ninja'd by Aeken and Geil. Yay for unity!
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Postby Lemanrussland » Fri May 03, 2013 4:31 pm

Bleckonia wrote:
Maklohi Vai wrote:Besides the anti-communism, it sounds very similar to the P-Cs.


The problem is that I've turned against the Progress Coalition. I dislike having our party associated with radicals like the communists and RGs.


It's mostly there to bolster moderate proposals. I am also an anti-communist (not virulently, but I definitely don't completely trust them), but they are much more willing to accept compromise than any of the right wing parties (I have experienced this in the writing of legislation).

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Postby Regnum Dominae » Fri May 03, 2013 4:31 pm

I support peace in Israel and Palestine. The governments and people in power on all sides are an absolute disgrace, and their unwillingness to pursue peace is a disservice to the people they are meant to be serving. The status quo is not simply untenable; it is unquestionably unacceptable.

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