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Which candidate best matches your views? A Quiz.

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  1. Plummit

    Plummit Monkey

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    A selectsmart quiz.

    The quiz doesn't simply force you to choose between 2 positions. In the case where there are only pro and con positions available, you can choose "neither." In some cases where there are multiple choices available, you can select as many or as few as you feel apply to you. Most questions are also weighted by a slider that allows you to indicate how important that particular issue is to you.

    Of course, the quiz is only as accurate, nuanced and representative as those who made/framed it and/or how truthfully each pol portrays his/her views.

    My results: (I was disappointed to see Stephen Colbert fair so poorly)

    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (69%)
    3. Barack Obama (68%)
    4. Ron Paul (68%)
    5. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (65%)
    6. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (64%)
    7. Al Gore (not announced) (63%)
    8. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (63%)
    9. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (62%)
    10. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (62%)
    11. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (60%)
    12. Hillary Clinton (59%)
    13. Mike Gravel (58%)
    14. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (57%)
    15. John Edwards (withdrawn) (53%)
    16. Wayne Allyn Root (52%)
    17. John McCain (43%)
    18. Mitt Romney (36%)
    19. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (36%)
    20. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (35%)
    21. Alan Keyes (34%)
    22. Chuck Hagel (not running) (33%)
    23. Elaine Brown (32%) Information link
    24. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (29%)
    25. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (29%)
    26. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (27%)
    27. Mike Huckabee (27%) Information link
    28. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (27%)
    29. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (25%)
    30. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (22%)
    31. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (20%)

    The candidates in the results have links next to their names, which I haven't included, showing how they voted on issues germane to each of the questions.
     
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  2. BadDNA

    BadDNA hophead

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    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100 %)
    2. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (63 %)
    3. Ron Paul (61 %)
    4. Mike Gravel (59 %)
    5. Barack Obama (56 %)
    6. Al Gore (not announced) (56 %)
    7. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (56 %)
    8. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (55 %)
    9. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (55 %)
    10. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (55 %)
    11. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (54 %)
    12. Hillary Clinton (52 %)
    13. Wayne Allyn Root (52 %)
    14. John Edwards (withdrawn) (52 %)
    15. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (46 %)
    16. Alan Keyes (43 %)
    17. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (42 %)
    18. Chuck Hagel (not running) (37 %)
    19. John McCain (37 %)
    20. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (36 %)
    21. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (36 %)
    22. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (35 %)
    23. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (35 %)
    24. Mitt Romney (33 %)
    25. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (32 %)
    26. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (32 %)
    27. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (30 %)
    28. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (30 %)
    29. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (29 %)
    30. Elaine Brown (26 %)
    31. Mike Huckabee (26 %)
     
    #2 -   Feb 6, 2008
  3. jimmydean

    jimmydean The Official Meat of Ridemonkey

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    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. Barack Obama (78%)
    3. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (75%)
    4. Al Gore (not announced) (71%)
    5. John Edwards (withdrawn) (71%)
    6. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (71%)
    7. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (68%)
    8. Hillary Clinton (66%)
    9. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (64%)
    10. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (64%)
     
    #3 -   Feb 6, 2008
  4. X3pilot

    X3pilot Texans fan - LOL

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    Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (72%) Information link
    3. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (72%) Information link
    4. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (69%) Information link
    5. John McCain (67%) Information link
    6. Mitt Romney (65%) Information link
    7. Chuck Hagel (not running) (62%) Information link
    8. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (61%) Information link
    9. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (60%) Information link
    10. Wayne Allyn Root (58%) Information link
    11. Alan Keyes (58%) Information link
    12. Ron Paul (54%) Information link
    13. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (54%) Information link
    14. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (53%) Information link
    15. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (48%) Information link
    16. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (48%) Information link
    17. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (46%) Information link
    18. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (41%) Information link
    19. John Edwards (withdrawn) (41%) Information link
    20. Hillary Clinton (37%) Information link
    21. Mike Gravel (34%) Information link
    22. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (34%) Information link
    23. Al Gore (not announced) (33%) Information link
    24. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (32%) Information link
    25. Mike Huckabee (32%) Information link
    26. Barack Obama (31%) Information link
    27. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (30%) Information link
    28. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (30%) Information link
    29. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (23%) Information link
    30. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (22%) Information link
    31. Elaine Brown (15%) Information link


    I'm writing myself in and I suggest you all do the same!
     
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  5. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    Well CRAP! This is the 2d thing like this that says my candidate should be McCain.

    :disgust1:

    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. John McCain (78%)
    3. Wayne Allyn Root (77%)
    4. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (75%)
    5. Chuck Hagel (not running) (74%)
    6. Alan Keyes (72%)
    7. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (69%)
    8. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (68%)
    9. Mitt Romney (67%)
    10. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (67%) Information link
    11. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (66%)
    12. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (64%)
    13. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (64%)
    14. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (63%)
    15. Mike Huckabee (59%) Information link
    16. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (55%)
    17. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (54%)
    18. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (52%)
    19. Ron Paul (50%)
    20. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (44%)
    21. Al Gore (not announced) (43%)
    22. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (42%)
    23. Hillary Clinton (38%)
    24. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (36%)
    25. John Edwards (withdrawn) (32%)
    26. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (31%)
    27. Barack Obama (28%)
    28. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (28%)
    29. Mike Gravel (26%)
    30. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (22%)
    31. Elaine Brown (0%)
     
    #5 -   Feb 6, 2008
  6. jimmydean

    jimmydean The Official Meat of Ridemonkey

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    So you might have to think for yourself this year? Or are you still going to blindly vote for whoever Fox News declares as usual?
     
    #6 -   Feb 6, 2008
  7. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    If the choice is McCain/Obama... then I am not voting at all.

    I will vote against Hillary though if it works out that way.
     
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  8. jimmydean

    jimmydean The Official Meat of Ridemonkey

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    I almost agree with that. I like McCain, I just wish he were 15 years younger. My fear is he goes insane after the first year and things get worse.

    McCain and some ex-Bush adviser:

     
    #8 -   Feb 6, 2008
  9. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    Meh.. McCain (assuming he wins) will be a one-termer anyway.
     
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  10. X3pilot

    X3pilot Texans fan - LOL

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    Try this:
    N8 candidate selector
     
  11. J-Dubs

    J-Dubs Monkey

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    Agreed!
     
  12. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    Great...

    Q: Vote for McCain?
    A: As I see it, yes.


    :(
     
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    Spero ass rainbow

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    2. Wayne Allyn Root (65%) Information link
    3. John McCain (63%) Information link
    4. Chuck Hagel (not running) (62%) Information link
    5. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (59%) Information link
    6. Alan Keyes (56%) Information link
    7. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (55%) Information link
    8. Al Gore (not announced) (55%) Information link
    9. Mitt Romney (55%) Information link
    10. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (55%) Information link
    11. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (54%) Information link
    12. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (53%) Information link
    13. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (52%) Information link
    14. Hillary Clinton (51%) Information link
    15. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (51%) Information link
    16. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (48%) Information link
    17. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (48%) Information link
    18. Ron Paul (47%) Information link
    19. Mike Huckabee (47%) Information link
    20. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (46%) Information link
    21. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (46%) Information link
    22. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (46%) Information link
    23. John Edwards (withdrawn) (45%) Information link
    24. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (43%) Information link
    25. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (43%) Information link
    26. Barack Obama (42%) Information link
    27. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (40%) Information link
    28. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (36%) Information link
    29. Mike Gravel (32%) Information link
    30. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (32%) Information link
    31. Elaine Brown (15%) Information link
     
  14. Plummit

    Plummit Monkey

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    Looks like Rove did a double shot of Jenny Craig and Hair Club for Men
     
  15. CRoss

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    2. John McCain (57%)
    3. Wayne Allyn Root (57%)
    4. Chuck Hagel (not running) (55%)
    5. Al Gore (not announced) (54%)
    6. Alan Keyes (53%)
    7. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (53%)
    8. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (51%)
    9. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (50%)
    10. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (50%)
     
  16. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    that's what i'm talkin about!
     
  17. Westy

    Westy the teste

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    2. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (73%) Information link
    3. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (71%) Information link
    4. Barack Obama (70%) Information link
    5. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (66%) Information link
    6. Al Gore (not announced) (62%) Information link
    7. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (60%) Information link
    8. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (60%) Information link
    9. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (59%) Information link
    10. Hillary Clinton (58%) Information link
    11. John Edwards (withdrawn) (58%) Information link
    12. Mike Gravel (52%) Information link
    13. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (52%) Information link
    14. Ron Paul (51%) Information link
     
  18. dante

    dante Unabomber

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    I guess the problem was the quiz didn't have the question "Is it imperative that the president toes the party line, refuses to speak to people from another political party, and takes marching orders on all issues from radio talk show hosts?"

    :imstupid:
     
  19. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    If i wanted a president to accommodate liberal political views i'd vote democrat.

    pass
     
  20. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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    no one got over 60% for me.

     
  21. stinkyboy

    stinkyboy Plastic Santa

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    Who's going to advance our education and health care systems and not start wars for oil?

    I will vote for that person.
     
  22. stevew

    stevew unique white person

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    WTF...

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    2. Alan Keyes (72%) Information link
    3. Wayne Allyn Root (65%) Information link
    4. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (63%) Information link
    5. Ron Paul (61%) Information link
    6. John McCain (59%) Information link
    7. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (57%) Information link
    8. Chuck Hagel (not running) (55%) Information link
    9. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (55%) Information link
    10. Mitt Romney (54%) Information link
    11. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (53%) Information link
    12. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (52%) Information link
    13. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (47%) Information link
    14. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (47%) Information link
    15. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (46%) Information link
    16. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (46%) Information link
    17. Hillary Clinton (45%) Information link
    18. Mike Gravel (45%) Information link
    19. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (45%) Information link
    20. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (44%) Information link

    I think I hit neither/i don't give a fvck to many times.

    As it stands, there is no one I will vote for.
     
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    dante Unabomber

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    So you're happy that your current choice for president espoused (and governed by) liberal political views for the past 10+ years until his brilliant "revelation" a couple years ago?
     
  24. jimmydean

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  25. fluff

    fluff Monkey Turbo

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    3. Barack Obama (87%) Information link
    4. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (85%) Information link
    5. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (76%) Information link
    6. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (76%) Information link
    7. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (75%) Information link
    8. Hillary Clinton (75%) Information link
    9. Al Gore (not announced) (73%) Information link
    10. John Edwards (withdrawn) (72%) Information link
    11. Mike Gravel (67%) Information link
    12. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (67%) Information link
    13. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (58%) Information link
    14. Ron Paul (46%) Information link
    15. Elaine Brown (45%) Information link
    16. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (42%) Information link
    17. Mike Huckabee (34%) Information link
    18. Wayne Allyn Root (32%) Information link
    19. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (28%) Information link
    20. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (24%) Information link
    21. John McCain (23%) Information link
    22. Alan Keyes (20%) Information link
    23. Mitt Romney (16%) Information link
    24. Chuck Hagel (not running) (13%) Information link
    25. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (13%) Information link
    26. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (12%) Information link
    27. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (10%) Information link
    28. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (10%) Information link
    29. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (6%) Information link
    30. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (6%) Information link
    31. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (1%) Information link
     
  26. MMike

    MMike A fowl peckerwood.

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    Kucinich wins every time with me.....


    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (77%) Information link
    3. Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (76%) Information link
    4. Barack Obama (74%) Information link
    5. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (70%) Information link
    6. Al Gore (not announced) (66%) Information link
    7. Hillary Clinton (65%) Information link
    8. John Edwards (withdrawn) (65%) Information link
    9. Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (65%) Information link
    10. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (64%) Information link
    11. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (64%) Information link
    12. Mike Gravel (61%) Information link
    13. Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (59%) Information link
    14. Ron Paul (52%) Information link
    15. Wayne Allyn Root (50%) Information link
    16. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (47%) Information link
    17. John McCain (39%) Information link
    18. Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (38%) Information link
    19. Mitt Romney (37%) Information link
    20. Elaine Brown (35%) Information link
    21. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (32%) Information link
    22. Alan Keyes (30%) Information link
    23. Chuck Hagel (not running) (30%) Information link
    24. Mike Huckabee (28%) Information link
    25. Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (26%) Information link
    26. Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (22%) Information link
    27. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (22%) Information link
    28. Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (21%) Information link
    29. Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (21%) Information link
    30. Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (19%) Information link
    31. Stephen Colbert (campaign halted) (9%) Information link
     
  27. skinny mike

    skinny mike Turbo Monkey

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    that's because you're a silly canadian, with your beady eyes and flapping head...

     
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    Westy the teste

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    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    i'll kick you in your f*&$% c*^$)&!
     
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    Westy the teste

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    Pipe down hippy.

    So what is a liberal republican?

    A hippy who likes little boys?
    A greedy tree hugger?
     
  32. r464

    r464 Turbo Monkey

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    Something is wrong with mine

    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. Randee of the Redwoods (95%)
    3. Walter Mondale (88%)
    4. Ross Perot (73%)
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  33. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    i lol'd
     
  34. JohnE

    JohnE filthy rascist

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    Who is this Theoretical Ideal guy anyway? I am sooo voting for him. Or her. I bet she is a race car driving Victoria Secret model who is a bisexual XC chick. And a great cook who likes old school punk rock.
     
  35. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    your do realize you just described loco dont you..??

    well.. he may not be a Vicky's Secret model but i'm sure he'll model for you.


    :twitch:
     
  36. Westy

    Westy the teste

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    I doubt he can cook either.