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I found a fun way to see what candidate fits your desires of our next president.

What candidate fits your views

It picked Ron Paul for me.

PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL TO CANDIDATES AND OTHER'S VIEWS. THIS IS TO BE ABOUT FUN, NOT SLAMMING OTHERS. LIMIT YOUR RESPONSE TO WHO THE WEBSITE PICKS FOR YOU AND NOT SLAMMING ON ANY CANDIDATE OR PERSON.

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It picked "Theoretical Ideal Candidate" (1st) then Ron Paul (2nd), then Christopher Dodd (3rd), then John Edwards (4th), then Barack Obama (5th).

I guess that, according to the poll, I should be a presidential candidate? :huh:

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Eliminating those who withdrew, it picked Mike Gravel (71%) , Dennis Kucinich (68%), and Barack Obama (66%) for me... Whoever the hell those first two are. :P

Although, reading through Gravel's "profile", I do like his stance on most things. Too bad that I haven't heard of him and is probably far from a front runner. Obama works, though.

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Obama 86% which is weird because I will probably vote for him in the primary once the guy who should be elected (Richardson) drops out

Here is another, similar quiz.

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who the heck is Alan Keyes? lol Of the names I know, Romney was first, but I'm not voting for him, and I'll leave it at that.

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I support Kucinich, but Barack Obama came out on top. I feel pretty good about that since Kucinich doesn't have a chance.

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I would also like to say, for the record, that abortion, gay marriage, stem cell research and (some) drug issues should be handled at the state level. The Tenth Amendment, for those who haven't been in high school in a while:

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Sorry, really doesn't have much to do with the original post, just had to get it off my chest.

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I would also like to say, for the record, that abortion, gay marriage, stem cell research and (some) drug issues should be handled at the state level. The Tenth Amendment, for those who haven't been in high school in a while:

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Sorry, really doesn't have much to do with the original post, just had to get it off my chest.

I generally agree.

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Obama 86% which is weird because I will probably vote for him in the primary once the guy who should be elected (Richardson) drops out

Here is another, similar quiz.

For the hell of it I tried the first poll but had no candidate over 50 percent then tried this one and

got Giuliani and Kucinich for a tie, with Dodd and Clinton right behind.

At this point Obama, Paul, Richardson, or Kucinich would have had my support. Even McCain is looking better by

the day.

I don't put much faith in these surveys suffice to say I wonder how many others might.

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Eh... I came out Obama on top, but I support Hillary.

I did the "Comparison of Positions" between the two. Not sure how Obama came out above Hillary based on their standings. I went back and plugged in all of Hillary's standings based on the comments provided for a test, and it came up with Al Gore on top (of all people...) Hmmm....

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Al Gore on top of Hillary, now thats a mental image. Was it the fat Al Gore from the Oscars or the less-fat Al Gore from 2000?

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Al Gore on top of Hillary, now thats a mental image. Was it the fat Al Gore from the Oscars or the less-fat Al Gore from 2000?

yeah... it caught me off guard too. I think it was actually the Al Gore that was hunting Manbearpig...

manbearpig.jpg

manbearpig.jpg

Gotta love South Park... There's a nuclear device where?

HillarySouthPark.jpg

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1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate

2. Alan Augustson (69%)

3. Dennis Kucinich (69%)

4. Barack Obama (68%)

Neat.

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I must have screwed up somewhere...maybe I didn't do it right...

It gave me Al Gore, followed by Hillary Clinton, followed by Barack Obama, followed by Stephen Colbert... :rolleyes:

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MINE:

1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
Because, as always, there truly is a lack of choice this year.

2. Ron Paul (60%)

This guy gets my interest... I haven't researched him though.

3. Barack Obama (58%)
I predict this man will be the next president... I also predict that I will not be voting for him.

4. John Edwards (57%)

I could maybe go for Edwards... Maybe.

5. Al Gore (not announced) (55%)
F*ck that! It'd be a cold day in hell before I vote for Gore.

8. Hillary Clinton (50%)

LOL... Yeah right.

12. John McCain (48%)

I've always been a fan of McCain and I might end up voting for him if he gets the nod.

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Obama for me

But, Biden was second, who was the person that I WAS going to vote for in the California Primary. Now I will most likely vote for Obama. As my brother says "look at the constitutional amendments, America has gotten over race long before they got over sex."

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1. TID

2. Chuck Hagel (who?) 52%

3. Duncan Hunter (who?)

4. Alan Keyes (not a fan at all)

5. John Edwards (can't stand that panderer / say whatever you want to hear)

6. Tom Tancredo (he has some real cred-o in this election, who is he?)

7. Barack Obama (I don't want no Osama for pres)

8. Ron Paul (who?)

9. John McCain (ok)

10. Gore (bite me)

11. Sam Brownback (who?)

12. Joseph Biden (he still around?)

13. Rudolph Giuliani (Like rudi)

14. Stephen Colbert (who?)

15. Hillary Clinton (don't get me started)

16. Christopher Dodd ?

17. Mike Huckabee (thank God he was not my 1)

18. Mitt Romney (oven mitt, isn't his wife hot?)

19. Fred Thompson (isn't his wife hot?)

it's like car shopping. too many choices, most you hate or don't want, never can find what you like best.

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I had a tie between Barack and the magical elf, with 75% each, and Hillary came in third, with 69%.

Nothing really surprising there. :mellow:

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Clinton and John Edwards were very high up.

I DO NOT LIKE CLINTON. There. I've said it.

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My results:

1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)

2. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (85%) ( never heard of this guy)

3. Dennis Kucinich (81%) (I used to live in Ohio)

4. Barack Obama (80%) (I'll probably vote for him or Hillary)

5. Hillary Clinton (76%)

6. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (76%)

7. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (73%)

8. Mike Gravel (70%)

9. John Edwards (69%)

10. Al Gore (not announced) (68%)

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1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)

2. Dennis Kucinich (90%)

3. Barack Obama (88%)

4. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (85%)

5. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (81%)

6. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (80%)

7. Hillary Clinton (78%)

Never heard of this Kucinich.

When exactly do the parties actually choose their candidates??

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Never heard of this Kucinich.

When exactly do the parties actually choose their candidates??

Kucinich looks kinda like a troll, but he is a really smart guy who is willing to talk straight since he knows he has no chance of winning. Paul and Kucinich are the two candidates who really intrigue me, but neither has a prayer.

And the candidates wont be chosen until we go through another 49 primaries and the two conventions, which are sometime this summer.

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