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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by Botfield, May 24, 2007.
How do you consider yourself politically? Conservative, liberal, etc?
Hmm 2 voted other. 1 said he is apolitical. Just wondering what the "other" vote means?
I did vote conservative (note little "c") though I have some strains of libertariann in me.
I voted Conservative, but can't stand David Cameron (He is just Tony Blair - the sequel, IMO), so I don't know who I will vote for next election, although my politoical nature is conservative.
Voted other. Some issues, conservative. Some issues liberal. Some issues, in between.
I am a conservative. I don't think we have had a conservative in the White House in years, and the same could be said about a lot of pulpits and seminary professors.
I am conservative and I do like David Cameron. I do despair though, that the party is not making more inroads in the polls, and has not set out any policies yet.
A political what?
I'm one part conservative, one part moderate, one part liberterian
Meh, looks like i'm the first liberal.
Dont worry, you will grow out of it. :smilewinkgrin:
Who is the one who admitted to being a Socialist/Marxist? My compliments. Most of the people that have this ideology deny it and instead call themselves "congressmen"
It's apolitical, not a political.
That means against politics.
I'm between moderate and liberal....more toward the liberal side.
I am a libertarian since 1980.
Well, I thought I oughta confess...
(good "congressman" joke, BTW)
I'm a non-existent creature...I'd be Libertarian except for some parts of their drug stance (especially how some revel in it!), and the neutral or pro-choice stance many take. Pro-life, not pro-drug libertarian<--that's me.
Maybe I'm a Whig. Dunno if I am or not, but it sounds cool.:laugh:
The Whig Party: http://www.bartleby.com/65/wh/Whigpart.html
I am the vast right winged conspiracy! :laugh:
Bob the Hunk - slightly to the right of Atilla the Hun.
I make Rush look like a potential running mate for Hillary . . .