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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Salty, Jan 25, 2008.
Which is closest to your political leanings
ps note: choices are in alpha order
What are the choices?
I selected "conserative" trusting that it is really supposed to be conservative
It would be helpful if you arranged them in order of political leanings rather than alphabetical. I'm not sure where each one falls.
I selected Moderate-to the right.
The political line up in order from left to right would be:
Liberal more to the left
Moderate to the left
Moderate to the right
Conservative - more to the right
ps cant we all just get along:1_grouphug:
I did it on purpose;
As Glenn Beck says "I am a thinker"
Libertarian would not be in the middle.
where would you put it?
It doesn't really fit well on an American right-to-left spectrum because it generally has very liberal social philosophy and very conservative economic philosophy. There really aren't many "moderate" positions. But, since libertarianism advocates a very limited government, I'd place it on the far right of the spectrum.
Thus the reason for putting it in the middle.
I agree with your statement about the libertarian philosophy.
It can be hard too place, thus my decision to put it in the middle.
In fact, even though I am a member of the Conservative Party (which has New York Party line ballot status) I do have some minor libertarian leanings.
ps, check out the politcal page of my website:
And several "exceptions" to the party line. I'm a mutt.
That is a politicaly incorrect term. At least that is what I was told at a race relations class when I said I was a "Mutt-Americian"
I selected "moderate to the left."
You're forgetting one of the rules of "political correctness:"
If you are said group, you can call yourselves anything you please. It's just that no one else can use those terms!