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posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 10:50 PM
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This is a test from 2005 which places you in your political typology group. typology.people-press.org...

On my results I got Liberal. Which is quite accurate and funny. On another similar quiz I was rated a Conservative/Moderate
politicalquiz.net...

Yet again I was rewarded for being a centrist social moderate
www.gotoquiz.com...

One of the other quizzes I found I was consider a Liberal democrat and a Capitalist.
www.bestpoliticalquiz.com...

This test consider me as a Libertarian.
www.theadvocates.org...

And on the political compass I was consider a Liberal moderate.
www.politicalcompass.org...

I'm surprised with my results on all these quizzes. I know I'm into Liberal and Libertarian politics but Jesus! What is surprising is that I was selected into the conservative category. Most likely because I'm a capitalist, and I don't have any influence in gay marriage issues.
Tell me the results from any of these sites. Maybe you might be surprised from your results.




posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 11:01 PM
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On the Political Compass site my results were exactly where Nelson Mandela is.

That's cool. I could be in way worse company!



posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 11:03 PM
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Nelson Mandela is a great person!
Second line.



posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 11:10 PM
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Yeah. The other tests are consistenly coming back "moderate-liberal" and that is what I've always considered myself anyway.

So no traumatic political revelations for me today!

If any of these would have said "conservative republican" I'd have had to hit the cheap vodka and then do some serious soul searching!



posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 11:14 PM
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I'm with you. I just drink water as a substitute. two or three of these quizzes consider me a conservative or republican.



posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 11:38 PM
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I am a Republican. That pretty much sums me up on all the quizzes.



posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 11:42 PM
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Great thread

I love taking political quizzes. Although I already know where I stand, I've always found it quite interesting.

Anyway, I did not finish the quiz from the first link you provided; I didn't like the fact that you had to choose between Democrat, Republican, or Independant, as I am neither. However, I took the quiz from the second link provided and the results weren't surprising: Hardcore Libertarian.

The third link also had me pegged as a hardcore libertarian with slightly right leanings. That particular quiz was very interesting and fun.

I've already taken the fourth quiz, and I don't exactly remember how that one turned out.

The fifth link was too short and not very in depth. I feel like it was "libertarian" friendly. Of course, I finished Libertarian.

I took the Political Compass thread before, and finished as a libertarian as well.

I'm not surprised with any of the results, but I had a good time completing all of the quizzes. It's interesting reading how others fared, as well.



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 02:22 AM
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Great thread, S+F

Quiz 1

Liberal


Quiz 2

Democrat

6, Social Moderate
12, Social Capitalist
3, Libertarian
2, Pacifist


Quiz 3

Left Moderate Social Libertarian

Left: 6.97
Libertarian: 3.23
Foreign Policy: -9.82
Culture: -2.44


Quiz 4

Democrat

Socially Liberal
Economically Socialist


Quiz 5

Liberal

Personal: 80%
Economic: 20%


Quiz 6

Economic: -7.62
Social: -2.56

I was located closest to Gandhi




I was just glad none of them said Conservative.


But I don't like to see it place me so far left economically, I see myself more as anti-consumerism, anti-corporatism and anti-globalization. I am a Social Democratic Capitalists, combining Socialism and Capitalism.

For a more accurate breakdown I would say that.

I support small businesses, family businesses and local farmers markets.
I hate corporations, big business and Wall Street.
I hate globalization, free trade and Internationalism.
I support Non-Interventionism, Economic nationalism and Trade unions.
I support a mix of Keynesian Economics and American School Economics.
I support caps on immigration, limiting immigration from Non-Western countries and Maximizing Social Liberty.
I support Gay marriage, Roe v. Wade and Drug legalization.
I support a military draft, closing down all foreign military bases and leaving all international organizations(including UN)
I support Government public works programs, public investment in R&D and a national health insurance.
I oppose bailouts, too big to fail and corporate campaign contributions.
I support changing campaign contribution limiting it to a maximum of $100 from private anonymous people only, banning of special interest lobbying and nationalizing the federal reserve.

- Mostly I am an FDR and JFK Democrat -



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 02:24 AM
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It just shows that all online test are garbage.

Like most other online things.

Including the ability to spread lies.



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 02:28 AM
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These are nice results. Great minds think alike! What do you think of Bill Clinton?



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 02:28 AM
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I did the political compass before and I am between Gandhi and
the Dali Lama, but I think firearms make for good self defense.

I self identify mostly as a libertarian, but I am fiscally conservative.

You do what you want with your money, and stay the hell away
from mine.

I am not religious but I like the quote, If 10% is good
enough for god then its enough for the government.

I do not think ppl need part of my pay check to sit on
the couch smoke pot and pop out kids for a paycheck
as a lifestyle.

If you chain smoked or drunk yourself into a nursing home
I think I should not have to pay for your stupidity.

I think the 41 million on food stamps should do something
akin to the community gardens in Europe.

I am all for feeding the hungry, but I am not much for them
sitting on their backside and doing zero.

I am anti-war, and anti religion or anything else telling me how to live.

As former general butler said, war is a racket.

If you look into the corporate and government revolving door
and lobbyists you will find most of it is a racket too.

Good Luck to all the good ppl !




[edit on 25-8-2010 by Ex_MislTech]



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 02:35 AM
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Originally posted by Romantic_Rebel
reply to post by Misoir
 


These are nice results. Great minds think alike! What do you think of Bill Clinton?


A disgusting corporate sellout who has tainted the name Democrat. Him along with the likes of Obama and Carter and Johnson to a lesser degree. The last real Democrat was Kennedy, an honorable and respectable man who was not afraid to stick it to TPTB. And the I also strongly support Republican Eisenhower for his Interstate Highway system, Non-Interventionism and calling out the Military Congressional Industrial Complex.

And who made all these great men possible? The greatest of all, FDR! They were REAL DEMOCRATS! Being a Democrat means being a Populist, a person who can honestly stand up and say "Of the people, By the people and FOR THE PEOPLE!"

Just read this thread of mine

[edit on 8/25/2010 by Misoir]



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 02:45 AM
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Originally posted by Misoir

Originally posted by Romantic_Rebel
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These are nice results. Great minds think alike! What do you think of Bill Clinton?


A disgusting corporate sellout who has tainted the name Democrat. Him along with the likes of Obama and Carter and Johnson to a lesser degree. The last real Democrat was Kennedy, an honorable and respectable man who was not afraid to stick it to TPTB. And the I also strongly support Eisenhower for his Interstate Highway system, Non-Interventionism and calling out the Military Congressional Industrial Complex.

And who made all these great men possible? The greatest of all, FDR! They were REAL DEMOCRATS! Being a Democrat means being a Populist, a person who can honestly stand up and say "Of the people, By the people and FOR THE PEOPLE!"

Just read this thread of mine



Starred your post.

JFK was a good man, and he did stand up to them and it cost him
his life, and his brothers as well.

Eisenhower had a lot of good things about him, and I really appreciate
his warning on the military industrial complex.

Too bad we have largely ignored it.

FDR's creation of the CCC was great, and some of the WPA stuff
was good too, but some was a waste of money.

The CCC got support from most ppl in both parties and built thousands
of bridges and other things around the US.

Some of FDR's dealings with banksters I do not approve of, but
few have had the guts to stand up to them.

I understand his lying about pearl harbor, and we needed to enter
the war, but I wish he could have done it without lying to the ppl.

I am referring to the Mc Collum memo.

Again, good post thou !

========================

Read your post below and agree with your assessment, he did
a lot of good indeed.

The current batch of politicians do not measure up by half.

[edit on 25-8-2010 by Ex_MislTech]



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 03:06 AM
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Yes, there are many bad things that FDR did as well, but none were long lasting impacts that were bad. Most of the things he did have lasted a long time and have done great for modernizing, developing and equalizing America.

He worked against bankers, but also, for, occasionally. He intentionally made Japan attack Pearl Harbor so he could enter war, which I disapprove of. He placed Japanese, Italian and Germans into camps, which I highly disapprove of. He wasted some money and forced the end of hard currency, which I strongly disapprove of.

But when you look back at all of the things he actually accomplished in his career as president and weight the good against the bad it is overwhelmingly in favor of him.

He also did the Second Bill of Rights, but sadly, he died before he could ever see it occur, which it never did. They went as far as to intentionally hide that Second Bill of Rights from the public so that his true dream could never be achieved for us.



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 08:21 AM
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I got pretty close to The Dalai Lama on that last quiz. Happy with that.

I'm not an American but I used to live there for 6 years. I loved your post Misoir and its sad to see that we cannot say things like that these days.

We haven't for a while.

There are too many interests that have anchored themselves in the Oval Office. They all look at new candidates and prepare them through support, promises, gratuity and charity. And that's after a filtration system to make sure that the machine contines to chug ahead as planned.

It's not just in the US, we can see the same almost everywhere. I also feel that counties need to prioritize their own affairs rather than whats happening in the world. Ever since the Cold War explosively increased the guile, experience and tactics of the secret letter agencies, there was at least one finger in every honey pot across the world.
TPTB then got cocky and started messing with other countries. Which did work to their own ends, but it means that the people are suffering now because those citizens in other countries are pissed off due to foreign intervention/manipulation. No trust towards us because of it.

If we had focused on ourselves and given other countries SUPPORT to follow their own ambitions and only helped sort out international issues with the full backing of the country requesting help and the greater community of nations, we'd see a lot less hate.

Oh wait... I forgot we're all clamouring after money. Nevermind, the above might as well be a delusional dream.




posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 08:28 AM
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i would reckon i'm most like Truman...
except that i'm a cynic, and have come to expect 'Folly' on a continuous basis.
if i have time to take tests, then i'm slacking off on my daily chores & reading coverage.

good day,



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 09:04 AM
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Most of the time I don't think I even think in political terms - but I guess as I do as it can't really be avoided in the world we live in. I scored moderate-liberal on the first quiz.



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 09:13 AM
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Most of them are too American-centric for me. On the Nolan Chart I scored as a Liberal, on the Political Compass I scored as a Left-Wing Libertarian.



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 09:18 AM
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The test said I was financially well-off.

As if only rich people can get by without government and all poor people are hopelessly dependent on government.

I hate how these little tests convince people that the items they claim are relevant issues are indeed relevant. They just encourage stupidity.



posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 09:29 AM
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I got Libertarian/Left Liberal. I also get Anarcho-Socialist sometimes. I'm a weirdo, what can I say? It always makes me laugh when people try to call me a statist. I'd probably be happier on a hippe commune. The only problem is we keep guns in this house. Not sure how the hippes would react.

[edit on 25-8-2010 by antonia]



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