United States Constitution Essay | Legal Anaysis of the U.S. Constitution

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Legal Anaysis of the U.S. Constitution

Summary: Provides an analysis of the legal influences upon the U.S. Constitution. Explains how political ideology affects one's interpretation of the Constitution.
When I describe myself in relation to the political spectrum I would have to say party wise that I myself am a proud Republican. I would have to I lean towards that party because of the views I believe that they have are good party and I agree with president Bush on most of the things he does like fighting for Iraq, firearms rights of Americans, and I also think he does an excellent job of trying to cut taxes for Americans. Also my father is a Republican and I think that the Republicans do a bad job on the economy and bringing in revenue, but then they do a good job of protecting and keeping Americans constitutional rights in tact. I also thought that Bush did a decent job in debating and I also am not a big fan of gay marriage...

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