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Who should you vote for for president?(24 posts)

Who should you vote for for president?gf99
Oct 13, 2003 3:48 AM
Take this fun little test and post your results.
http://www.selectsmart.com/PRESIDENT/

I guess you could call me liberal:

1. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (100%)
2. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (88%)
3. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (82%)
4. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (81%)
5. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (78%)
6. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (75%)
7. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (75%)
8. Daschle, Senate Minority Leader Tom, SD - Democrat (74%)
9. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (72%)
10. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (72%)
11. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (71%)
12. Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (70%)
13. Green Party Candidate (70%)
14. Biden, Senator Joe, DE - Democrat (65%)
15. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (65%)
16. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (58%)
17. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (57%)
18. Libertarian Candidate (56%)
19. Dodd, Senator Chris, CT - Democrat (56%)
20. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (54%)
21. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (52%)
22. Bayh, Senator Evan, IN - Democrat (51%)
23. Socialist Candidate (50%)
24. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (47%)
25. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (43%)
26. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (37%)
27. McCain, Senator John, AZ- Republican (36%)
28. Bush, George W. - US President (33%)
29. Buchanan, Patrick J. – Reform/Republican (21%)
30. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (8%)
31. Hart, Former Senator Gary, CO - Democrat (6%)
32. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (5%)
33. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (5%)
Me too. Jeez.OldEdScott
Oct 13, 2003 6:01 AM
1. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (100%) Click here for info
2. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (96%) Click here for info
3. Green Party Candidate (95%) Click here for info
4. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (84%) Click here for info
5. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (83%) Click here for info
6. Socialist Candidate (79%) Click here for info
7. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (76%) Click here for info
8. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (76%) Click here for info
9. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
10. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
11. Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
12. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
13. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
14. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (72%) Click here for info
15. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (72%) Click here for info
16. Biden, Senator Joe, DE - Democrat (69%) Click here for info
17. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (65%) Click here for info
18. Daschle, Senate Minority Leader Tom, SD - Democrat (64%) Click here for info
19. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (64%) Click here for info
20. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (60%) Click here for info
21. Dodd, Senator Chris, CT - Democrat (58%) Click here for info
22. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (52%) Click here for info
23. Bayh, Senator Evan, IN - Democrat (51%) Click here for info
24. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (48%) Click here for info
25. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (42%) Click here for info
26. Libertarian Candidate (32%) Click here for info
27. McCain, Senator John, AZ- Republican (27%) Click here for info
28. Hart, Former Senator Gary, CO - Democrat (19%) Click here for info
29. Bush, George W. - US President (17%) Click here for info
30. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (17%) Click here for info
31. Buchanan, Patrick J. – Reform/Republican (14%) Click here for info
32. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (7%) Click here for info
33. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (3%) Click here for info
Just flip your lists overPaulCL
Oct 13, 2003 6:58 AM
1. Bush, George W. - US President (100%) Click here for info
2. Bayh, Senator Evan, IN - Democrat (92%) Click here for info
3. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (88%) Click here for info
4. Libertarian Candidate (86%) Click here for info
5. Biden, Senator Joe, DE - Democrat (78%) Click here for info
6. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (77%) Click here for info
7. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (77%) Click here for info
8. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (76%) Click here for info
9. Daschle, Senate Minority Leader Tom, SD - Democrat (73%) Click here for info
10. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (71%) Click here for info
11. McCain, Senator John, AZ- Republican (67%) Click here for info
12. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (63%) Click here for info
13. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (62%) Click here for info
14. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (62%) Click here for info
15. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (62%) Click here for info
16. Dodd, Senator Chris, CT - Democrat (61%) Click here for info
17. Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (60%) Click here for info
18. Buchanan, Patrick J. – Reform/Republican (60%) Click here for info
19. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (58%) Click here for info
20. Green Party Candidate (55%) Click here for info
21. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (52%) Click here for info
22. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (50%) Click here for info
23. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (49%) Click here for info
24. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (46%) Click here for info
25. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (44%) Click here for info
26. Socialist Candidate (44%) Click here for info
27. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (36%) Click here for info
28. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (35%) Click here for info
29. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (34%) Click here for info
30. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (32%) Click here for info
31. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (13%) Click here for info
32. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (7%) Click here for info
33. Hart, Former Senator Gary, CO - Democrat (4%)

I was surprised becuase I have never been a big fan of "W" and his Christian fundamentalists friends. Maybe I should take another look at Lieberman???? But Hiliarity at #7 !! GAWD! ACK! Never. Never. Never. The only thing I share in common with that woman is that we are both in the human race. From there, nothing else!
Doug will be so pleased!! But look at all those dems. What's up with that?!? The thing must be broken.Kristin
Oct 13, 2003 8:20 AM
1. Libertarian Candidate (100%) Click here for info
2. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (69%) Click here for info
3. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (64%) Click here for info
4. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (63%) Click here for info
5. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (57%) Click here for info
6. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (56%) Click here for info
7. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (48%) Click here for info
8. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (46%) Click here for info
9. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (42%) Click here for info
10. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (41%) Click here for info
11. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (41%) Click here for info
12. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (39%) Click here for info
13. Bush, George W. - US President (36%) Click here for info
they have Hillarity up way too highDougSloan
Oct 13, 2003 8:30 AM
Your Results:

1. Libertarian Candidate (100%) Click here for info
2. Buchanan, Patrick J. – Reform/Republican (87%) Click here for info
3. Bush, George W. - US President (85%) Click here for info
4. Bayh, Senator Evan, IN - Democrat (62%) Click here for info
5. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (60%) Click here for info
6. McCain, Senator John, AZ- Republican (54%) Click here for info
7. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (50%) Click here for info (wtf?)
8. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (49%) Click here for info
9. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (48%) Click here for info
10. Biden, Senator Joe, DE - Democrat (43%) Click here for info
11. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (41%) Click here for info
12. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (40%) Click here for info
13. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (40%) Click here for info
14. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (39%) Click here for info
15. Daschle, Senate Minority Leader Tom, SD - Democrat (39%) Click here for info
16. Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (37%) Click here for info
17. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (37%) Click here for info
18. Dodd, Senator Chris, CT - Democrat (36%) Click here for info
19. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (36%) Click here for info
20. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (34%) Click here for info
21. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (33%) Click here for info
22. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (33%) Click here for info
23. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (33%) Click here for info
24. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (32%) Click here for info
25. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (30%) Click here for info
26. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (29%) Click here for info
27. Green Party Candidate (24%) Click here for info
28. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (24%) Click here for info
29. Socialist Candidate (23%) Click here for info
30. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (19%) Click here for info
31. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (18%) Click here for info
32. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (17%) Click here for info
33. Hart, Former Senator Gary, CO - Democrat (3%) Click here for info
And Lieberman. Wow, Doug. Are you sure your not a closet democrat?Kristin
Oct 13, 2003 8:37 AM
I think is IS broken. I gave it toOldEdScott
Oct 13, 2003 8:46 AM
the folks who work for me, and ALL 12 came up Dennis Kucinich. I mean, I know we're a liberal shop and all, but such uniformity makes no sense, considering the other liberals on the list and the fact that not one of us is supporting the unelectable DK.

Plus THREE of them had GWB listed second, after DK. WTF indeed.
oh come nowmohair_chair
Oct 13, 2003 12:07 PM
You're just upset because Lyndon LaRouche and Al Sharpton both ranked higher on your list than your man Clark! Your secret is out. You are a closet nut-case supporter!!!

As for Kucinich, it seems to me the first rule of running for office is to have a name people can pronounce. Forget his wacko nutty ideas--no one has any problem pronouncing "Bush."
True.OldEdScott
Oct 14, 2003 5:40 AM
LaRouche is a nut, Sharpton isn't (any more), but clearly I have an affinity for extremes. What REALLY dismays me is Pat Buchanan being way down my list, when I suspect we have a whole lot more in common than that!
You don't think Al Sharptons a nutcase? Really? nmKristin
Oct 14, 2003 5:49 AM
Used to be. But if you actually listenOldEdScott
Oct 14, 2003 6:03 AM
to him these days, he's de-nuttied himself. He makes a good rational case for his POV, and does it with considerable intelligence. It's kind of amazing, actually. I never used to take him seriously, but now I'm forced to acknowledge him as a serious person.
So was it all just an act?Kristin
Oct 14, 2003 7:35 AM
I don't have a TV, so I don't see anything ole Rev. Al anymore. I haven't heard any clips of him recently on news radio. Come to think of it. None at all. So what's up with the change? Was he just pretending to be a fruitcake before? What purpose would that serve?
Ummm, well, he was being 'colorful' to getOldEdScott
Oct 14, 2003 7:44 AM
TV time. You know how TV loves outrageous behavior. I (and most people) just took it at face value. 'That Sharpton -- what a buffoon.' Looks now like it was a fairly shrewdly calculated act. There's no buffoonery in his campaign behavior these days.

You may disagree with him sharply, but I think you'll have to admit he now comes across as thoughtful and intelligent. More so than some of our 'serious' candidates, I might add.
I'd pick Lieberman way before Hillary nmDougSloan
Oct 13, 2003 9:23 AM
Doug, would you vote Libertarian, even if the cadidateKristin
Oct 13, 2003 9:15 AM
won't possibly be elected? Or do you throw your weight to the next best candidate?
no; I think that's wasting a vote; I compromise nmDougSloan
Oct 13, 2003 9:22 AM
Well whadaya know :O) Hi everyone!Live Steam
Oct 13, 2003 8:55 AM
We took a little trip this past week to visit some friends in upstate NY and to enjoy the change of seasons. Did ya' miss me? Thanks for everyone who posted positively to my mock rant below. I somewhat expected the posts it received and those that were supportive, are definitely appreciated. Thanks money, Ed, Dog & bic! I sorta like how the use of "Hillarity" is catching on too :O)

Hey I'm from friggin' New Yalk! You didn't think some razzin' from a few board members was gonna' faze me did ya'? Hey MJ! Your Momma! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Your Results: Can you believe these?

1. Bush, George W. - US President (100%) Click here for info
2. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (85%) Click here for info
3. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (78%) Click here for info
4. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (74%) Click here for info
5. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (73%) Click here for info
6. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (69%) Click here for info
7. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (57%) Click here for info
8. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (55%) Click here for info
9. Buchanan, Patrick J. – Reform/Republican (55%) Click here for info
10. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (54%) Click here for info
11. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (52%) Click here for info
12. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (50%) Click here for info
13. McCain, Senator John, AZ- Republican (50%) Click here for info
14. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (47%) Click here for info
15. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (38%) Click here for info
16. Libertarian Candidate (35%) Click here for info
17. Green Party Candidate (31%) Click here for info
18. Socialist Candidate (30%) Click here for info
19. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (29%) Click here for info
20. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (27%) Click here for info
21. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (27%) Click here for info
22. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (20%) Click here for info
23. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (18%) Click here for info
24. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (8%) Click here for info
25. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (4%) Click here for info
Now if czar would just come home, the worldOldEdScott
Oct 13, 2003 9:04 AM
would be back on its axis.

C'mon, Steam, rev it up and let me have it! Surely there's some Dumocrat outrage you're just dying to lambaste me over. I do believe we've been busy pointing out Bush's continuing lies, deceptions, vile impeachable conduct, and assorted criminal thuggery in your absence!
I'm just catchin' up! It's amazing how peaceful ...Live Steam
Oct 13, 2003 9:13 AM
and tolerant fresh air and colorful foliage can make one. Or maybe it's just indifference :O)

I'm sure I'll find something below to rev me up AGAIN! LOL!

Say what do you think of my results? Dianne Feinstein at #7? Well at least Hillarity didn't make my list :O)
Lots o' Dumocrats with high numbers there, bud.OldEdScott
Oct 13, 2003 9:17 AM
I think this little exercise is very instructive. Shows you dope-addled right wingers don't know WHAT you believe, you just believe in Bush!
Now wait a minute!Live Steam
Oct 13, 2003 9:38 AM
I just answered the questions. The results are what they are. I can't help it that there are truly no other Republican candidates out there. What I find more telling is how apart Bush is from the rest of the CROWD, especially Pat Buchanan. Now I know there aren't really any other true Republican candidates out there, and the left is really closer to the right :O)
Call me a Concservative, I guessmoneyman
Oct 13, 2003 9:07 AM
Bush, George W. - US President (100%) Click here for info
2. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (54%) Click here for info
3. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (52%) Click here for info
4. Libertarian Candidate (51%) Click here for info
5. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (46%) Click here for info
6. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (45%) Click here for info
7. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (45%) Click here for info
8. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (43%) Click here for info
9. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (30%) Click here for info
10. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (26%) Click here for info
11. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (16%) Click here for info
12. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (14%) Click here for info
13. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (2%) Click here for info
Weird, though, since Bush is the only Repub on yr list.OldEdScott
Oct 13, 2003 9:13 AM
There may be hope for your political salvation!
General agreement.MR_GRUMPY
Oct 13, 2003 4:21 PM
Your Results:

1. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (100%) Click here for info
2. Gephardt, Cong. Dick, MO - Democrat (97%) Click here for info
3. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (96%) Click here for info
4. Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol IL - Democrat (92%) Click here for info
5. Kucinich, Cong. Dennis, OH - Democrat (91%) Click here for info
6. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (91%) Click here for info
7. Green Party Candidate (86%) Click here for info
8. Clinton, Senator Hillary Rodham, NY - Democrat (85%) Click here for info
9. Graham, Senator Bob, FL - Democrat (82%) Click here for info
10. Lieberman Senator Joe CT - Democrat (82%) Click here for info
11. Jackson, Cong. Jesse Jr., IL - Democrat (79%) Click here for info
12. Biden, Senator Joe, DE - Democrat (78%) Click here for info
13. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (76%) Click here for info
14. Daschle, Senate Minority Leader Tom, SD - Democrat (76%) Click here for info
15. Leahy, Patrick Senator, Vermont - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
16. Kaptur, Cong. Marcy, OH - Democrat (70%) Click here for info
17. Feingold, Senator Russ, WI - Democrat (69%) Click here for info
18. Dodd, Senator Chris, CT - Democrat (65%) Click here for info
19. Clark, Retired Army General Wesley K "Wes" Arkansas - Democrat (62%) Click here for info
20. Bayh, Senator Evan, IN - Democrat (58%) Click here for info
21. Socialist Candidate (57%) Click here for info
22. Gore, Former Vice-President Al - Democrat (52%) Click here for info
23. Feinstein, Senator Dianne, CA - Democrat (52%) Click here for info
24. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (50%) Click here for info
25. Bradley, Former Senator Bill NJ - Democrat (45%) Click here for info
26. Libertarian Candidate (31%) Click here for info
27. McCain, Senator John, AZ- Republican (25%) Click here for info
28. Bush, George W. - US President (7%) Click here for info
29. Hagelin, John - Natural Law (6%) Click here for info
30. Hart, Former Senator Gary, CO - Democrat (5%) Click here for info
31. Buchanan, Patrick J. – Reform/Republican (5%) Click here for info
32. Vilsack, Governor. Tom IA - Democrat (4%) Click here for info
33. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (3%) Click here for info