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Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by new man, Jan 26, 2003.
I came in as a "centrist." How 'bout ya'll?
I came in solidly "libertarian".
NewMan..please check your private messages, Thank you,
So libertarian it's not funny.
Right on the line between Centrist and Right/Conservative, and up a couple of notches toward Libertarian.
I'm centrist, leaning a bit right of center. But I already knew that.
Took it twice. I am wondering if the drug and sex questions aren't weighted. I went from a centrist (which is laughable) to a libertarian by changing these and one other question.
The answer to many of these questions is yes but... For instance, eliminate drug laws? Sure, but employers and customers should be able to demand proof of non-use if they wish. Eliminate sex laws? Sure, but landlords, property owners, employers, etc. should have complete freedom not to do business with those who they deem morally unfit. Tariffs, immigration, and foreign aid are all matters relating directly to national security. Any "yes" answer I gave would require a qualifier.
Shocking, I know.
Seems I am centerist .......is that good
democratic socialist,,,,,,NDP in Canada,,,,,Labour Party in the UK
Centrist, slightly left of center.
(Of course the questions are written in such a way as to push as many people as possible to the "libertarian" section.)
Farther to the right than Atilla the Hun.
I took it twice and it came out wrong both times. The religion survey where I was an Orthodox Quaker made more sense.
How did you manage that Dr Bob? I'm slighty to the right of Genghis Khan, but this thing just placed me near the right edge of centrist I took it again just to double-check it, don't think I goofed anywhere.
I came out Libertarian. But I thought the word "churches" should have been added to the governmental benefits question.
I have to point out that the survey is not written in an unbiased manner; notice it's hosted by a libertarian site...
I came out a centrist but I am really an extremist on all sides.