As of Late January to Early February 2017, and including now, this is the official ‘who I would vote for’ portfolio of Kyle Stoddard ‘Perkino’ Perkins.
Okay, so I have done this at least once a year every year since 2014, when I started this blog. Back then, I was someone who was electorally a Center-right (meaning barely Republican enough to qualify as GOP material) and religiously a Secular-morality Deist.
These days, I am a secular morality atheist with a purist commitment electorally to make to forging the Libertarian Party of America into the dominant party of American elections. Including and primarily by means of making it the dominant party in Cheshire, my town in Connecticut. However, I must also do this by forging it into a party that promotes Fiscal conservatism from within the Digital Economy, endorses Cultural liberalism from within the Constitution, and adopts a foreign policy of the following principles.
- Superpower US Military
- American Exceptionalism
- Unilateral Free Trade
- Anticipatory Self Defense
- Capitalist Peace Theory
Anyway, time for me to go into the fine details.
In America from 2017 until I am dead because elderly (which I predict will be in the 2060’s), I’ll vote for.
- Libertarian Party
Why? Re-read the introductory content for the first reasons why. But allow me to be more clear on the leadership role to add more reasons why.
I am the founder and director of the Cheshire Libertarian Town Committee. And if anything is true about my electoral needs, I am going to need to stop splitting tickets. I am going to need to hurry up and run Cheshire citizens for public offices. After educating them about a properly effective libertarianism at dominating Cheshire CT town level politics.
But the reason I chose the Libertarian Party over either of the main two is because it is very obvious that the two main parties are one in the same. The only difference is that they disagree over whether to make America another Soviet Russia (what SJW Democrats want) or another Nazi Germany (what ‘Trumpkin’ Republicans want).
In Ireland from 2017 to present, I would vote for.
- Fine Gael
Why? Because, from what historic factoids I can learn about them, these guys domestically combined a longtime commitment to fiscally libertarian policies with, so far, an 85 year evolution on culture for them to be slowly but surely more into Civil libertarianism.
From what I know about Fine Gael thanks to Mark Humphrys, one of my top political influencers, they are Pro-Defense, Pro-America and Pro-Israel all in one foreign policy package.
And this part is only here because I am ethnically about half or more Irish.
In Britain, based on recent events, who’d I vote for.
- Tory Party (aka Conservative Unionist Party)
Why? Even though I am an adamant supporter of federalism, it is clear to me that of all British parties the Tories come closest to my beliefs on a core values and principles level.
Not much else to say about Britain at the moment.
In France, based on recent events, who I’d vote for.
- Les Republicans (no, not the GOP. Just their own party in the French electorate)
Why? Because from what policy ideas I can attribute to them, they come off to me as the leading party in standing for the principles listed numerically below.
- Free Enterprise
- Personal Freedom
- Equal Opportunity (no, not equal outcome!)
- Rule of Law
- Free Expression
- Freedom of Association
- Freedom of the Media
- Religious Liberty
And on foreign policy, from what I can gather from their defeated 2017 presidential candidate, is about destroying the Islamic Totalitarian threat to humanity at its source. Specifically by destroying State Sponsors of Jihadi Terrorism. However, their candidate lost the election by selling out, from what I have heard about him, hence I do not mention his name. Please ask someone else for his name.
Basically, I am a center-right, culturally liberal guy with strong support for free markets, small government, and humanist culture. With a foreign policy mindset of unilateral free trade, anticipatory self defense, and capitalist regime change; here is my rationale for the third principle. And that decides how I would vote. And how I plan to make the Libertarian Party electable. Thanks everyone!