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21. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 00:05 BST
@BMFJOSEPH90 I thought you were leaving...anyway, what's your beef? If you want gaming talk, go to one of the section meant for gaming talk threads, it's not that difficult. You made the choice to come to this thread, so don't complain about it not being about video games.
Anyway, here's mine. I'm surprised. http://www.politicalcompass.org/printablegraph?ec=-3.12&s...I thought I was a little more to the right. I'm definitely not a democrat, though I am not entirely in-line with the Republican stance, either. I did like McCain a lot, though.
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 00:13 by grenworthshero
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22. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 00:12 BST
23. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 00:16 BST
Is there a Mario Party?
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24. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 00:19 BST
EDIT: Irken Empire is also acceptable
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 00:22 by irken004
25. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 00:20 BST
I'm just a little conservative (mostly moderate).
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26. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 00:40 BST
This is what I got on the Political Compasshttp://www.politicalcompass.org/facebook/pcgraphpng.php?ec=-3...
I would have to say I'm a lefty here. Mother's a member of the Labour Party, and my Dad's Anti-Conservative (Really) but I'm not too happy with the current Labour government.. I'm not too politically aware but I do take some interest in this stuff, particularly when it comes to the smaller parties and (unusually since I'm British) some particular issues and even, to a small extent, politics in Sweden, like the Pirate Party (A.K.A Piratpartiet) for example. They interest me, I wonder if any Swedish members here support them
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 00:49 by Terra
27. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 01:20 BST
LOL I havent tried that but I will. I already know Im goin to land dead on Libertarian and Im cool with that. I like my personal space. I dont mind payin my taxes to the government and dont mind paying for people in need, but the taxes are too high and getting higher. I just want to work, get paid and as far as Im concerned I dont want to hear from the government, Leave me alone and PLEASE stop taking my Prime Time TV away for damn Press Conferences to push your freakin agendas wich will cause me HIGER TAXES. Thank You Yeah definately Libertarian. (Most True Independents are as Ive started to find out)
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 01:20 by Slapshot
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28. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 01:21 BST
I'm to the right of Hitler and slightly above Gandhi.
A right-wing borderline libertarian. (3.88, -1.69).
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29. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 01:29 BST
I haven't taken the test, but I would consider myself Libertarian Right; I'm more fiscally conservative, but my opinion towards social issues is "I don't care".
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30. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 17:56 BST
Economic Left/Right: -5.75Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -4.46
I was right between Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Ghandi!
I think I used to be more conservative 8 years ago, but I hate the way the USA went in the last few years. So I think there is nothing wrong with critizing your own leaders even when you are at war and I also think that religion and big buisness need to be kept in check.
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 18:03 by Turbo_Genesis_64
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31. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:00 BST
Let's just say that even though I regestered Democrat, I did not vote for Obama nor do I agree with him. It's like they said on South Park "Voting is like choosing between a giant *** and a terd sandwich.
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32. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:03 BST
Were you upset Hillary wasn't on the ticket?
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 18:04 by Turbo_Genesis_64
33. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:06 BST
Very ConservativeRegistered RepublicanVery unhappy with the current administration and that is all I will say
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 18:09 by blackknight77
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34. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:06 BST
A little. I think Obama isn't sure what he's doing. At least Hillary had some experiance. I only regestered Democrat so I could vote in the primaries though. I really consider myself of no political party.
35. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:09 BST
Very ConservativeRegistered Republican
Well, Tony even though we don't see eye to eye on politics I'm still honored you voted for me as your favorite person on NL!
I voted for Corbie as my favorite person and he sounds pretty conservative too. So it just proves that politics is just one aspect of a person and you can still be friends with people who don't vote the same.
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 18:20 by Turbo_Genesis_64
36. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:20 BST
It's interesting you mention that Turbo Genesis or T-Gen for short I work with a lot of people on the other side of the political spectrum, so I have learned how to change subject to avoid heated debates. I learned that trick once they found out I was a supporter of the Iraq war and wanted to avoid seeing their seething anger. So I would just quickly bring up subject about work and other stuff.
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 18:20 by blackknight77
37. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 19:07 BST
If so, count me in.
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38. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 19:16 BST
I always vote for someone I know won't win. Some people are satisfied not voting at all, but I want my apathy to be heard, dammit. I have a voice, and it deserves to be heard even if it isn't saying anything.
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39. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 19:18 BST
Ah, a Libertarian voter, then.
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40. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 19:19 BST
Green, actually. McKinney will win next time. Mark my words.
Not that I care.
Edited on Wed 12th August, 2009 @ 19:19 by Adam