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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 2:37 pm 
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According to the test at this link, I side 85% with Gary Johnson, who topped my list of candidates for this years presidential election. Romney was second at 80%, and I can't remember who was third on my list. Obama was 5th or 6th.

Give it a try yourself. I highly advise perusing all answers before opting for a simple "yes" or "no". I had to go back and change alot of mine when I double checked.

You may also weight each answer according to how important it is to you.

http://www.isidewith.com/

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 3:26 pm 
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96% Democrat
87% Green
21% Republican
19% Libertarian

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:47 pm 
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being Canadian and not following USA politics I cannot tell you what parties these candidates belong to:
52% Johnson
34% Stein
13% Anderson
12% Obama
11% Romney

conclusion: I would not like any of them but libertarian might be barely passable.

ps... I provided my own answer on half of them due to feeling too strongly on those issues and lacking an alternative answer that I could agree with... likely skewed the the results.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:36 am 
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Wayne Stollings wrote:
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96% Democrat
87% Green
21% Republican
19% Libertarian


I kinda believe that...and I kinda don't.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:54 am 
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Fosgate wrote:
Wayne Stollings wrote:
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96% Democrat
87% Green
21% Republican
19% Libertarian


I kinda believe that...and I kinda don't.


A political anomaly .. a gun-toting liberal business owner.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 12:02 pm 
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Romney 82%(Rep), Johnson (Lib) 77%, Goode (Const) 62%, Obama (Dem) 62%.
By Party: 82% Republican, 64% Democrat, 57% Libertarian, 46% Green.
All my eco/population choices were green, but the so-called Green Party is not so really green after all.
I don't know why they left out the Constitution Party in the party line, and why there is no Green Party candidate in that line.
Looks like the lesser of evils is Romney. The bummer is that the 4th thru 6th CO districts will be Rep. but more will be Dem., so the state will throw all the electoral votes for the Dem. Only Nebraska and Maine don't do that, and go by districts >like they should<, which makes me feel basically unrepresented. When I moved here it was Rep. majority, and with all the legal and illegal immigrants, and Californians who escaped their self made Mexifornia hell and moved here, it changed to Dem majority with a Dem sanctuary city mayor now governor and two treasonous Dem Senators. The pro-growth RINOs didn't help. Combined with the pro-growth Dems, ecocide is ahead.
I guess I am an anomaly, too. A gun toting Nationalist deep green anti-growth conservative conservationist for population reduction and emissions reductions.
But my vote doesn't even count. :x :x :x :cry: :cry:

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Johhny Electriglide wrote:
The bummer is that the 4th thru 6th CO districts will be Rep. but more will be Dem., so the state will throw all the electoral votes for the Dem. Only Nebraska and Maine don't do that, and go by districts >like they should<, which makes me feel basically unrepresented.


That and get their populations all reasonably the same. It doesn't make sense when a district in one state has twice or more folks than a district in another, each represented by their own single, respective electoral vote. That's a sham waiting to happen. No, wait, it's already happened.

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Fosgate wrote:
Johhny Electriglide wrote:
The bummer is that the 4th thru 6th CO districts will be Rep. but more will be Dem., so the state will throw all the electoral votes for the Dem. Only Nebraska and Maine don't do that, and go by districts >like they should<, which makes me feel basically unrepresented.


That and get their populations all reasonably the same. It doesn't make sense when a district in one state has twice or more folks than a district in another, each represented by their own single, respective electoral vote. That's a sham waiting to happen. No, wait, it's already happened.


The Western states plus Alaska and Hawaii seem to be the most abusive, but there are the smaller population states in the Northeast and the folks in DC. Some would triple the number of districts per population.

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