Political Matrix


#521

Priceless.


#522

Then find a new candidate.


#523

No, I think I’m good. I don’t have to like the candidate I’m support, and my signature doesn’t imply I hate Romney, it implies that a moderate is still better than a liberal.

So, yea. I’m not removing it, or changing candidates.

Have a nice day.


#524

Well, no one can complain about the truthfulness of it, JC!! :wink:

EDIT!!! One certainly could, in fact, complain about the truthfulness of that comment. However, either the complaint would not be made in good faith, or the complaint would be that it is all too true (if one were, say, a disillusioned Obamite).


#525

#526

Bigfoot…I’ll take the one on the right. :smiley:


#527

Your right or his right? 'Cuz they ain’t the same person…


#528

lol! I like the 2008 Mitt better than the 2012 Mitt


#529

OSU and JC have a hard time figuring out what Romney really is…

btw, Welcome back


#530

Ok I know you don’t support him (as your signature aproves) however I know who I’m supporting and what he supports. I’ve read his plan and it’s something I agree with.


#531

Mitt Romney seems to be having a bit of trouble with that as well…


#532

Economic score: +9.35
Social score: +6.35

Civil Libertarian on the issue of the FCC, regulating radio, television, blah blah


#533

Economic score: +9.61
Social score: +6.35


#534

Economic score: +6.97
Social score: +2.96

Your score pegs you as economically capitalist and socially center-authoritarian.

Interesting test. :slight_smile:


#535

Economic score: +2.58
Social score: +0.7

Your score pegs you as economically center-capitalist and socially centrist.

Center-capitalists often support free trade and low taxes, but take pragmatic stances on economic issues, supporting what they see as the best balance between encouraging business and maintaining free trade.

Social centrists generally believe in a mix of individual liberties and controls, corresponding to what they see as moral or best for society.

Dear God in Heaven!!! I am slipping on my social views. Thankfully my study of economics is paying off and is further solidifying my views.


#536

Whatever you do don’t let Jazz and Cam know!!!


#537

:rofl:


#538

[quote=“Seravee, post:535, topic:18686”]
Economic score: +2.58
Social score: +0.7

Your score pegs you as economically center-capitalist and socially centrist.

Center-capitalists often support free trade and low taxes, but take pragmatic stances on economic issues, supporting what they see as the best balance between encouraging business and maintaining free trade.

Social centrists generally believe in a mix of individual liberties and controls, corresponding to what they see as moral or best for society.

Dear God in Heaven!!! I am slipping on my social views. Thankfully my study of economics is paying off and is further solidifying my views.
[/quote]I’m a little surprised at your scores.


#539

Really? Where did you think I stood on the political spectrum? I always leaned right on most issues. I am a true moderate. lol


#540

Economic score: +5.94
Social score: +3.48

Your score pegs you as economically capitalist and socially moderately authoritarian.

Capitalists generally support an open free market and lower taxes, but also support government restrictions on blatantly abusive industry. Capitalists also often differ from their more extreme peers in that, while they may support significantly lower taxes, they are less apt to support complete elimination of taxation or near-complete elimination of government.

Moderate social authoritarians typically support social controls meant to encourage moral behavior and an organized society, although they may have some moderate or libertarian positions.