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President's Race

I do not like McCain.

I do not like McCain.

I do not like McCain.


I do not like Romney.

I do not like Romney.

I do not like Romney.


According to the presidental candidate selector at however, my results are shown below. Obviously I need to do more research on McCain to see if I can get over his angry-little-man personality and support him since apparently I do, in theory, agree with most of his positions.

My big issues are foreign policy [do not give up on Iraq; support free trade], immigration [increase legal immigration;offer a guest worker program and amnesty, build a fence for security going forward], lower taxes, absolute opposition to universal health care, support of 2nd amendment gun rights, and in general a president who will discourage congress from getting involved in domestic issues they have no constitutional jurisdiction over [like marriage, divorce, funding for the arts, etc, etc].

Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)

Alan Keyes (78%) Information link

Chuck Hagel (not running) (76%) Information link

Sam Brownback (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (72%) Information link

John McCain (71%) Information link

Stephen Colbert (gag; campaign halted) (71%) Information link

Newt Gingrich (says he will not run) (71%) Information link

Tom Tancredo (withdrawn, endorsed Romney) (68%) Information link

Duncan Hunter (withdrawn) (68%) Information link

Mitt Romney (67%) Information link

Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (66%) Information link

Fred Thompson (withdrawn) (66%) Information link

Wayne Allyn Root (63%) Information link

Ron Paul (62%) Information link

Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (58%) Information link

Rudolph Giuliani (withdrawn, endorsed McCain) (56%) Information link

Mike Huckabee (49%) Information link

Tommy Thompson (withdrawn, endorsed Giuliani) (45%) Information link

Bill Richardson (withdrawn) (37%) Information link

Christopher Dodd (withdrawn) (36%) Information link

Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (36%) Information link

Hillary Clinton (33%) Information link

Joseph Biden (withdrawn) (33%) Information link

Al Gore (not announced) (31%) Information link

Barack Obama (31%) Information link

John Edwards (31%) Information link

Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (27%) Information link

Mike Gravel (26%) Information link

Dennis Kucinich (withdrawn) (23%) Information link

Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (17%) Information link

Elaine Brown (7%) Information link


Anonymous said…
I'm definitely NOT A DEMOnCRAT, but don't claim to be Republican either although many people who know me think I am. I do tend to agree with Republicans over DEMOnCRATS though. That said I don't like John McCain either, and Mitt Romney gives me the creeps. So I'm not sure who to vote for. DEFINITELY NOT Hillary, DEFINITELY NOT Mr. Obama (again with the creeps)

I know who I'm NOT voting for though! So I guess that just leaves me to nominate Walter for President!

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