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Ally_Kat
01-28-2004, 09:54 PM
this was sorta cool. I left the party one blank to see what I would get.

My results:

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/10.jpg 1 Bush Score: 100%

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/5.jpg 2 Kerry Score: 87%

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/7.jpg 3 Lieberman Score: 85%

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/3.jpg 4 Edwards Score: 85%

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/2.jpg 5 Clark Score: 77%

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/1.jpg 6 Dean Score: 70%

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/8.jpg 7 Sharpton Score: 59%

http://images.electionguide04.com/item_images/6.jpg 8 Kucinich Score: 47%




oh baby (http://www.presidentmatch.com/Guide.jsp2)

Dr. Love
01-28-2004, 10:11 PM
1 Kerry Score: 100%

2 Lieberman Score: 93%

3 Clark Score: 89%

4 Edwards Score: 89%

5 Kucinich Score: 85%

6 Sharpton Score: 81%

7 Dean Score: 79%

8 Bush Score: 59%



Kind of surprising to me. I think what did it was my thoughts on guns, religion, homeland security, healthcare, the environment and somewhat gay rights.

I guess I do disagree with the President on a lot of things.

But I still probably won't vote for someone that finds abortion acceptable.

This survey doesn't change my stance. I'm still neutral.

FORD
01-29-2004, 01:38 AM
Interesting... I did this earlier when it was linked over at DU. It tried to tell me I should vote for Judas because he was more "liberal" than Dean.

Now I look at Ally's list and knowing full well she's a Republican, can assume that Judas is now more "conservative" than Dean. Even more than Lieberman, apparently.

This either proves that the DLC truly are Republicans, or that these polls are bullshit, or perhaps both.

Pink Spider
01-29-2004, 01:51 AM
No surprise, but I'd probably switch Kerry with Edwards. I'd possibly vote for Kucinich if he goes independent. I don't care if he's "unelectable" in Dem beauty contests.

1 Kucinich Score: 100%
2 Sharpton Score: 89%
3 Kerry Score: 87%
4 Dean Score: 82%
5 Clark Score: 82%
6 Edwards Score: 78%
7 Lieberman Score: 69%
8 Shrub Score: 8%

lucky wilbury
01-29-2004, 02:15 AM
1.Bush 100%
2.Liberman 56%
3.Edwards 51%
4.Kerry 44%
5.Dean 39%
6.Clark 37%
7.Sharpton 23%
8.Kucinich 20%

FORD
01-29-2004, 03:04 AM
Now see, look at that..... Kerry comes in at 3 or 4 on both liberal and conservative voters. That's not fucking possible. Oh well, what do you expect from an AOL poll :rolleyes:

BigBadBrian
01-30-2004, 05:57 PM
Bush
Kerry
Edwards
Lieberman
Clark

...in that order.

FORD
01-30-2004, 08:07 PM
Hmm... AO-Hell is one of Judas' top 10 corporate contributors... Coincidence??

Ally_Kat
01-30-2004, 09:30 PM
Coincidence in what? Most of us got Bush, and I see only two sayng they have Kerry in first - you and Love. So what is the "coincidence"?

FORD
01-30-2004, 09:39 PM
Originally posted by Ally_Kat
Coincidence in what? Most of us got Bush, and I see only two sayng they have Kerry in first - you and Love. So what is the "coincidence"?

How is it possible for Kerry to be "conservative" enough to be #2 on your list and Brian's - and "liberal enough" to be #3 on Pinky's list and mine??

That's a major discrepancy. Judas may live up to his name as a betrayer of the Democratic party, but it's not possible to rank as the second most right wing and third most left wing candiates at the same time on the same poll. Unless the poll is rigged by one of your campaign contributors who happens to be one of the biggest corporate media whores on the planet.

Ally_Kat
01-30-2004, 09:48 PM
Ford, you don't know what combos I put down as my responses or what Brian but down. You also don't know how it's scored.

Besides, andcorrect me if I'm wrong Bri, hasn't Brian said he's in the middle but sometimes agrees with the right on things?
And I'm not extreme right.

Maybe there are things that we voted on that were high values for Kerry.