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    Default See What Candidate Agrees with you!

    This is pretty cool, it's a quiz to see which candidate best aligns with your views. I took the quiz and ended up with Mitt Romney

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    Well, I can see from the results that it was either going to be a Republican or a Democrat. Whoopeee.

    I got John McCain but even still it was only a 42. If this is based on a scale of 100, that ain't all that great.

    An interesting find all the same.
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    lol I can see by my results I am defiantly a Republican.
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    Duncan Hunter with a 25.


    Who is he?
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    Ghengis Khan???

    It's a tie at 55 between Duncan Hunter & Sam Brownback.
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    Stewie Griffin, 100%. Interestingly enough, his entire campaign platform seems to revolve around "Kill Lois" and "World Domination". I dunno who Lois is, or why he wants to kill her, but world domination is definitely a plan I can get behind.
    My opinions might coincide with someone of importance's POV... I wouldn't know, since I never bothered to ask. My policy is: "Don't ask, don't care."

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    Quote Originally Posted by the1141man View Post
    Stewie Griffin, 100%. Interestingly enough, his entire campaign platform seems to revolve around "Kill Lois" and "World Domination". I dunno who Lois is, or why he wants to kill her, but world domination is definitely a plan I can get behind.
    Isn't that the major platform of our current POTUS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by voyager9 View Post
    Isn't that the major platform of our current POTUS?
    No...he doesn't want to kill Lois. Major difference.
    My opinions might coincide with someone of importance's POV... I wouldn't know, since I never bothered to ask. My policy is: "Don't ask, don't care."

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    I got Romney, too (scored a 41). Go figure. Joe Biden was in the mix, too (tied with Rudy at 26).
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    Chris Dodd with a 36. Ironic, he is the candidate supported by the IAFF. He has a long history of supporting firefighters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the1141man View Post
    Stewie Griffin, 100%. Interestingly enough, his entire campaign platform seems to revolve around "Kill Lois" and "World Domination". I dunno who Lois is, or why he wants to kill her, but world domination is definitely a plan I can get behind.
    Don't you know who that really is?? My god man that's Lex Luthor!

    Oh and I was tied at 56 with Barack and Hillary
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42 View Post
    Duncan Hunter with a 25.


    Who is he?
    That is what makes it interesting to me. Somebody shows up who you weren't even considering. I got Romney and really hadn't even considered him viable. Go figure.

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    34: Giuliani..
    31: Edwards

    I expected to see 75: None of the Above. maybe Mr Above isn't doing so well in the polls.
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    No Crap: I got Joe Biden. He is the congressman from my state...wierd.
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    Who is Michael Rodent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingKiwi View Post
    Who is Michael Rodent?
    Oh...that was before he changed it to his stage name and started working with a Mr. D. Duck!

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    WOW!! I got Mike Duncan at 38. Then Romney at 37. And who is Duncan anyway? Oh well I can do as then did in the good old days...Vote early and Vote often.

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    The top three for me:

    1. Duncan Hunter at 53

    2. Fred Thompson and 3. Mitt Romney tied at 46

    I have to confess I hadn't heard of Duncan Hunter....

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    I got Tom Tancredo with a 41.

    Tied for NOT getting my vote were Obama, Clinton, and that scum-sucking, bottom-dwelling, lying, useless, hyporitical, ambulance-chasing John Edwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaSharkie View Post

    ...that scum-sucking, bottom-dwelling, lying, useless, hyporitical, ambulance-chasing John Edwards.
    So I guess you're not a big Edwards fan, huh?

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    Looks like I need to find a new candidate.
    didn't get higher than a 29 with a D or 12 with an R

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    Tie between Edwards and Obama .... 38

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    I think the neat thing about it is, you find out your favorite candidate isn't really who you should be voting for. Last election I did this and came up with Lieberman and McCain. I had a whole bunch of Clinton fans take the test. Not one ended up with Hillary. They mostly got Kucinich and Richardson. And they had no idea who they were. Proves one thing, we rarely get the candidate who is in line with our views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightnPBIArmor View Post
    So I guess you're not a big Edwards fan, huh?
    What gives you that idea?

    Never liked the spineless little worm and almost everything he has done since 2004 has done nothing to enamor me. Especially his $600 haircuts, his 13,000 square foot house he is building while telling me that I need to reduce my environmental impact, and the list goes on..........


    How can you tell a politician is lying? Their lips are moving.

    I have met very few that this does not apply to. Can count them on one hand - yet we keep electing these useless morons to office.

    It is funny that the only ones who have any experience as a chief executive of anything - a business or a state - are Romney, Richardson, and Giuliani. What do any of these other people know about being President of the United States? The rest are all elected representatives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ffscm72 View Post
    No Crap: I got Joe Biden. He is the congressman from my state...wierd.
    Actually, he's a Senator...He's been in a while and he's a also a co-chair of Congressional Fire Services Caucus - http://cfsi.org/caucus.asp - as are McCain and Dodd.
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