My initial answer before I read the thread:
Things that are a must for all people, in order to be a human:
This is the basis of the human soul, the freedom of choice.
Religion, I believe is also a basis of ideology.
Things I think are a good idea, that are necessary for my spirituality, but I would never force another to do. (see above)
Abstinence before Marriage- My husband and I both waited. I think it made it better, but I have no idea what it would be like to have sex with someone else, so i cannot pretend to know that. I think that in the end it was rewarding, and I think I would have regretted it with someone else. Just because it's so intensely personal for me. I also think that it would be a good choice for others, help keep STD's in check etc, but I would never force that on someone.
Fidelity in Marriage- If you make a promise, you keep it. Obviously. I don't need the institution of marriage to tell me that I should keep my word. If I kiss someone it's because I am in a relationship with them. That's what that means to me.
Against Pornography- pornography is said to be art. Lots of things are art. In fact, everything is. this is not a reason to like or agree with it. My reasons for being against it are the same as being against the basic masochism in our culture/world. Most movies are centered around the woman being the ultimate attainment, an object to be gotten. Television shows, everything. I can appreciate the art argument, but I don't necessarily agree with the nude pictures of a few hundred years ago either. Though I do believe that the human body is incredibly beautiful, and entrancing. I would condone personal pornography -as in making it with your partner. It is not shameful, it is sacred, and I believe that those two terms should be defined correctly. Though I am not for outlawing porn because I am against it. I am against it trying to creep into my home via internet. If I want porn, I can get it. I don't want it in my email, I don't want popups. This is an invasion of my rights, if I don't want to see it, I shouldn't have to.
Against Alcohol,Against Addictive Drugs: I have seen the long term effects on too many people in my personal life. If you can use alcohol sparingly, by all means. I've seen what these have done to my cousins through their parents, I've seen them kill a few of my friends. I don't think people know what they're getting into when they start using, especially the harder ones. Not to mention they accelerate mental illness. This is not a good personal choice, because it doesn't stop with you.
Patriotism: You know, i realize that there is a lot of bad in this country, but it's what I got, and I can make a difference and change it. I believe that even the most liberal agenda-ed person is practicing patriotism. I do not believe in patriotism as an noun, but as a verb. The fact that we can love and change a place and our government is a good thing. Not perfect, but at least it's better in comparison to former world powers. I may hate the president, but at least I get to vote come next election.
Right to Life: Against Abortion and Euthanasia: Euthanasia? Not against that necessarily. I'm assuming they are talking about animals. But I am against abortion. Back in the day maybe not, but there is no reason for unwanted pregnancy nowadays. There are too many free and available resources to ensure you don't get pregnant. I am pro choice. Hey, you chose to have sex with out protection, and you created a child. Welcome to being a species. There are no good arguments save in cases of incest, rape, and if the mother is going to die or something. Babies are fully formed after 10 weeks. I think that they should at least tell the mothers that the baby will feel pain, and that that baby is actually alive. If you don't want a baby, give it up. there are plenty of people out there, like my sister, who are waiting for a child. I'm not passing a condemnation and hellfire judgment on people, I'm just saying that I don't think people really put it into perspective most of the time. I just look at my little girl and I see her potential, what does it matter if she's a week inside my womb or 20? she's still the same person. I am not against outlawing abortion, but I think women should be told before hand that it has been scientifically proven that the child feels pain. Watch Can I Live, by Nick Cannon.
Against Homosexual/Bisexual/Transgender behavior I am against people being defined by their sexuality. One of my best friends is gay, and he's the best person I know, but I really hate that people can't see past the I'm a homosexual flag. Big deal. I do think that men and women are inherently different (heh), and that the ideal situation for a child to be raised in is with both a mother and a father, but I know a zillion gay people that would make WAY better parents than some of those other idiots out there. Love is the key to raising children, and I leave that to personal digression.
Against Gambling: I have no personal experience with the effects on this. I'm not all that into it though.
What do these even mean?
Intolerant to any behavior that may destroy individuals, families, and our culture. I am against intolerance by it's very definition.
Discrimination is the wisdom of choosing between good and evil. this statement is too vague and too absolute for my taste.
The Ends Justify the Means. Rarely.