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    Forum Ph.D. william's Avatar
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    Hi all,
    Here's a nifty little gadget that "calculates" the candidate that most represents your views.

    http://www.vajoe.com/candidate_calculator.html

    Cheers


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    I got Ohio Rep Dennis Kucinich but we don't have presidents in the uk!

    Great idea though, maybe they should put that on the ballot paper instead of names or would that just cause more chaff...


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    I found a similar one for the UK parties and all I got whatever I put it on importance was 'BNP' kidding I didn't find one I don't think it exists but UK parties are either black or white. Labours crap, the tories are crap. Who knows about Lib Dem they've never been in. As for BNP I don't feel compelled to vote for them. What about the green party?
    "If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe". - Carl Sagan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    I got Ohio Rep Dennis Kucinich but we don't have presidents in the uk!
    Bugger me. So did I. The guy is clearly masquerading as a Republican and is actually a radical, left wing, anti-establishment, bleeding heart, fifth columnist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophiolite
    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    I got Ohio Rep Dennis Kucinich but we don't have presidents in the uk!
    Bugger me. So did I. The guy is clearly masquerading as a Republican and is actually a radical, left wing, anti-establishment, bleeding heart, fifth columnist.
    Is Kucinich masquerading as a republican? I thought he was the bloke what married the irish lass.
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    You mean the Irish lass what's masquerading as an English lass?

    All this masquerading as what one ain't...I don't hold with it I don't. You have to be good to carry it off, though.
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    Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (R)
    64.52% match


    but look at this

    bottom of the barrel
    Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) - 19.35%
    New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 16.13%
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    Former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel (D)
    79.71% match


    Hmmm.... what is/was he anyway?


    Your Other Top Matches
    New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) - 73.91%
    Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) - 62.32%



    and

    Bottom of the Barrel
    Arizona Senator John McCain (R) - 24.64%
    Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R) - 17.39%


    All very suggestive I'm sure. The Repubs are probably immensely grateful that us Europeans don't have a say in the US Presidential elections...
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