We do not start from the premise that we exist, we start from the premise that we are created. That's a key distinction, and though its implications often will correlate with existing positions on the political spectrum, it should give rise to a normative framework that is not easily replicated by any single strand of thought within our public discourse.
Oh...and a second one:
If my conclusions are entirely unoriginal, so be it. What matters is not that the lived expression of my faith is meaningfully different from the political prescriptions of libertarians, value pluralists, or communitarians; what matters is the impetus for my expression: devotion to Christ.