Hope so ... there are quite a lot of us here below -7 and so . We can start having chats where we read "Das Capital".I'm further to the left than Madiba and the Dalai Lama. That's a good thing right??
err, maybe my graph reading skills are getting rough but isnt that score in the top left quadrant? You're just underneath Pope John Paul IIBobG said:Economic: -2.38
There's no international leaders that fall in the lower right quadrant?
Lol, and I would have expected you to be up and to the left..right up there with Stalin and Mugabe...and so I say...so???Smurf said:I don't believe you.
wtf, is this aimed at me?Polly said::tongue2: Cheating bad bad
Economic Left/Right: -8.38EL said:Economic Left/Right: -7.50
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -6.10
Hmm, didn't know I was that much to the left...in Sweden I quite often agree with the right side...
What makes you think there's any connection between my score and my questions? Just something to wonder about - no famous right wing libertarian leaders? Doesn't that combination work?Smurf said:err, maybe my graph reading skills are getting rough but isnt that score in the top left quadrant? You're just underneath Pope John Paul II
Well, I have to admit, I'm surprised, as well. You're directly opposite George Bush. How did you ever wind up supporting him?kat said:Economic Left/Right: -4.12
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -2.92
Right next to Mandela....
Smurf said:I don't believe you.
It seems anyone in the left lower quandrant is the opposite of Bush...and Kerry. at any rate, if I didn't feel that Kerry was such a huge threat to our country and the Iraqi people (greater then Bush) I probably would have voted Cobb. I didn't vote for Bush the first run around, BTW.BobG said:Well, I have to admit, I'm surprised, as well. You're directly opposite George Bush. How did you ever wind up supporting him?
I think the test is deeply flawed, great fun..but deeply flawed. A lot of questions I answered "agree" when that agreement would have been conditional or given with deep reservation.For that matter, how did John Kerry wind up in the top right quadrant? I'm not even sure Kerry's views were closer to mine than Bush's. I supported Kerry more on my impression of the competency level of the two than anything else. I would never consider him a right wing candidate.
Smurf said:so·cial·ism (ssh-lzm)
1. Any of various theories or systems of social organization in which the means of producing and distributing goods is owned collectively or by a centralized government that often plans and controls the economy.