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September 3rd, 2008

borrowed from jaded_jamie

Not a huge surprise. And, as usual, not as accurate as I'd like. There were several questions where my answer would have been "both", or "neither", but that wasn't one of the choices. Just the same, I'm curious about how others will score.



Your Issue Profile: 24% Obama, 76% McCain



When it gets down to it, you tend to best match John McCain.

But he's not the perfect candidate for you, and you may not be sold on him yet.



Obama shares a good number of your views too, so you might want to give him a second look.

It all comes down to which issues matter to you the most.

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Go ahead, make fun of me ...

What, seriously? I guessed at half of these after listening to Jillian playing the soundtrack several times.

Your result for How well do you know the songs from Wicked: The Broadway Musical?...

Perfect fan!


You are a true fan. I'll bet you even own the soundtrack! If you didn't cheat, GOOD FOR YOU! If you did... naughty!

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This annoyed me quite a bit. I've always stood by my determination to be a moderate, and the results make me look like a right winger. But on second thought, McCain is a more moderate member of his party, and I'm a centrist in a very conservative state, so maybe it fits. Besides, this test is skewed more toward the candidates than the issues: Although it's important to keep in mind how the President would handle things personally, I still believe their stands on the issues, and their party platforms, are most important. (Sadly, most Presidents do toe the party line when it comes to platforms.)

Who should you vote for?
John McCain87
Barack Obama-10
You expected: John McCain
Your recommendation: John McCain

Party: Republican
Born: 1936, Coco Solo Air Base, Panama Canal Zone
Family: Married twice with seven children (two adopted)
Career: US Navy, Captain; Vice President of Public Relations, Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship.
Political career: US House of Representatives from Arizona's 1st congressional district, 1983-7; Incumbent Senior United States Senator from Arizona since 1987; former Chairman of the Senate Committee of Commerce and Senate Committee on Indian Affairs; Incumbent Ranking Minority Member of the Senate Committee on Armed Services
Hot topic: Iraq War
Did you know? Was a lightweight boxer in his youth
Supported by: Curt Schilling

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