Sunday, April 15, 2007

Who's your preferred Presidential Candidate?

I found this by way of Indie Castle. Check out this survey that tells you about your position on issues and matches you up with 'your' Presidential Candidate.
Mine was Christopher Dodd although he was the second choice. My first one said 'theoretical ideal candidate' ie. 'I guess too good to be true and not available!' See my result list HERE.

Jon Stewart visiting Christopher Dodd in the green room

Check out Christopher Dodd for President

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Yohay said...

Never heard of Christopher Dodd.
It's a pity that the Americans can't impeach this terrible president, and that it's going to take more than a year and a half until he steps down.

3:31 PM  
Blogger Robster said...

I did that quiz last week. My second choice was Al Gore, followed by Barack Obama.

Yohay, the problem is that the Democrats are playing politics. If they allow Bush and Cheney to finish out their terms, they're betting on the fact that some Republicans will vote Democrat in '08.

However, that won't guarantee things will be better on Inauguration Day, 2009. That's why I want Michael Bloomberg to run.

5:47 PM  
Blogger betmo said...

i like dodd too- kucinich is another. they seem to have some ethics- which is lacking in today's politics. after the primaries- i will probably go with edwards or obama- i am not endorsing my state senator madame clinton because i don't think that she should be running. she is far too conservative for me.

6:26 PM  
Blogger Ingrid said...

I have to admit I have not had time to truly read about the candidates positions or hear what they have to say. Truth be told I had never heard of Dodd either! But, I have heard of Kucinich and have heard good things about him in terms of ethics as Betmo mentioned.. I saw Bill Maher on tv the other day (on the View of all places, which I never watch) where he predicted that the Edwards-Obama ticket could win..
a dear friend of mine who's in his 70s said that in the history of the US, there never has been a 'left' president, always a more centrist one in order to appeal to the wider constituency.. we'll have to see how this one plays out..
Ingrid

10:58 PM  

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