Hi there you who are eternally locked in a battle of scathing verbal conflict. I am Domonkoz, but my friends call me greesy Pete. Get my political views up and out in the open so your brain can fire off that neuron that instantly decides if you like me or not. I know the suspense is killing you, and many are probably holding their breath praying that I just love guns and Hummers riding over skulls while blasting Metallica, sorry but I'm about to step onto the other side of the dodgeball court. I am a sort of libertarian I suppose. I find the Republican Party grossly over the top and irrational. And the democrats completely weak when it comes to letting people be responsible for themselves. I look at the average person who supports the wars were in, and I see that gleam in their eye and can tell they feel like a better and tougher person just by believing in it. But a rational person looks at it as fear-mongering to line Halliburtons pockets (which it is). On the other side of the coin, I don't personally feel responsible for paying for people's health care out of my own paycheck, or paying for legal aid for consummate f**k up's. Leaning on either side makes you Irrational, because both sides REFUSE to make any adjustments to their pre-packed belief system that is fed to them by peer pressure, family obligation, and other unseen entities that ruin free thought and integrity. On a personal side, I'm 31 years old, live in Denver Colorado and have worked mostly cutting trees down for the past 15 or so years. I currently write and exhaustively maintain a blog about politics, economics and religion, basically whatever pisses me off that particular day (my latest article was about how men are being constantly emasculated on television). My blog is linked to my sig. Now that I've properly alienated both sides and will have to throw my lot in with the Independents and Libertarians by the monkey bars, feel free to fire away, liberals-- since you don't have guns feel free to throw cupcakes at me or whatever you are armed with.