Thursday, December 20, 2007

Who Is Your Candidate?

Can't decide? Then, take this quiz.

It's not the most scientific method of determining something as important as this, and it certainly does not include an exhaustive inquiry of all of the issues. But, it's fun and beats the hell out of some of the other junk that seems to surface in the blogosphere.

Based on my answers, the Mix and Match shows Giuliani is my candidate.

Who is your candidate?


Greg said...

Cool - I love these games. I ended up with Giuliani as well. The guy I want to vote for wasn't even in my top 3. I guess this means I can live with Giuliani if he is the nominee.

Anonymous said...

I'm voting for LA; everyone else is a politician.

I have dibs on Secretary of State, though.

LASunsett said...


I can live with Giuliani. I do not care if he shacked up with his present wife, before he was divorced from his now ex. I think he means business and that's what we need right now.

LASunsett said...


//I'm voting for LA//

I will not seek, nor will I any party's nomination for President. I am not interested in middle management, ever again. It's either Supreme Allied Commander of the World, or it's nothing at all.

//I have dibs on Secretary of State, though.//

If I was running, I would campaign on combining the Defense and State Departments. And rest assured, you'd be my Secretary of that department.

Mark said...

Right where I thought it should be - Paul number one!

...but at no. 2...the elf Kucinich..???

...and Mike Gravel...

guess I'm not a fan of the mainstream.

LASunsett said...

Interesting Mark. I guess clicking on the "pull the troops out now" answers weighed heavily in the calculations.

Mark said...

I thought a sound monetary policy might have had something to do with it...

but pulling our troops out now is a-ok with me to start.

i've been put in a fringe kind of "looney" area for thinking like I do - when you speak with my pa - and based on what the republican party is now.

I don't think that's the case. Many many people want to not be told how to live their lives. Also they don't want to tell other people how to live theirs. Live and let live....and spend and sell!

What right have we to tell Iraqis what to do? Or Afghanis, or Kurds, or Columbians, or Somalis, or Japanese, or Koreans, etc. upon etc?

I don't think I'm idealistic here. I don't want to seem like a Ron Paul shill on your blog. (though I am) How great to see a candidate rise that I agree with 85 percent of the time! It's crazy. In the last prez election I put in a protest ballot for Bednarik (libertarian) and he got the most third party votes and nobody knows about it. Our two party system combined with the three people that run the msm is a killer to freethought and new ideas.

It's 10:30 pst and I've had some whiskey...sorry.

I'd love to debate this stuff. It's the only thing besides fresh snow that makes me excited...

All_I_Can_Stands said...

My answers came up with Mitt Romney. I am impressed that the quiz results match reality. At this point Romney is my guy.

The interesting thing that I find is that the worst GOP candidate is still better than the best DEM candidate.

Rocket said...

Huckabee - Romney - Guiliani in that order