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"Candidate Match Game"

>> Friday, October 12, 2007

A fellow poster and Gentleman of Integrity of the forums I sometimes frequent, had put up a very interesting post regarding all the possible Presidential Candidates and where they stand on certain national issues including:

Experience, Global Warming, Tax-Reform,
Same-Sex Marriage, HealthCare,
Immigration, and the Iraq War

It takes you through several questions pertaining to the above topics. As you make your selections, based upon what you believe in, the graph moves to show which potential candidate is alligned with your political position.
Granted, this is all well and good, as long as each 'politician' stands behind what they 'promise', once he/she is elected into that illustrious postion!

I found this both interesting and enlightening. Why not give it a try yourself:

I took the poll, and surprise, surprise...I'm definitely a Democrat.

According to where I stood on each issue, my top three choices are as follows:

On my sidebar, I had posted two polls on May 14, 2007, regarding people's choices for winning the primary. As of today, the top 3 for:

Republicans are as follows:

1) Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor, NYC; with 9 votes

2) Mitt Romney, former Gov, MA; with 4 votes

3) Ron Paul, Representative, TX; with 1 vote

Democrats are as follows:

1) Hillary Clinton, Senator, NY; with 11 votes

2) Barack Obama, Senator, IL; with 4 votes

3) John Edwards, former Senator, NC; with 3 votes

I'm keeping up the polls till after the Primaries, so if you haven't voted yet on those two polls, please see my side bar..


1 Reflections:

Kim 9:20 PM, October 13, 2007  

Rudy Giuliani, Mike Gravel and Dennis Kucinich.

I'm really not sure who Mike Gravel is. I need to google him. Anyway, 1 Republican and 2 Democrats. I'm a registered Independent and, honestly, I've never in my life voted for a Republican, although I would if I thought that the Republican running was the best person for the job. So far I have never felt that way. Of course, I really don't think much of either major party.

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