Friday, November 23, 2007

Rudy's My Man!

So, if you're bored today and want to take yet another quiz, how about the Ultimate 2008 Presidential Matcher? Here are my results:

Ultimate 2008 Presidential Candidate Matcher
Your Result: Rudy Guiliani

The former New York City mayor emphasizes his tough foreign policy stance. His primary issue is national security, and would continue to pursue Bush's war on terrorism. Guiliani is liberal on social issues, favoring civil unions for gays and abortion rights. He is more conservative on tax policy, healthcare, and social security. He wants to expand nuclear energy to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.

John McCain
Mitt Romney
Ron Paul
Hillary Clinton
Barack Obama
John Edwards
Dennis Kucinich
Ultimate 2008 Presidential Candidate Matcher
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. Mitt Romney
2. Ron Paul
3. John McCain

Go figure. Ronald Reagan will forever be my first choice.

12:17 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Dale B said...

Rudy was my number one. Oh the horror!

2:00 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Darleen said...

Mitt was my #1

but as always, I have misgivings on how questions were posed. IE the embyonic stem-cell question ... I don't oppose it on moral grounds, I oppose it because the Feds don't have any business funding it.

2:32 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Danny said...

1. McCain
2. Romney
3. Guiliani
This is that result I got.

2:54 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Serket said...

My top match is Mitt Romney: "Mitt Romney was the governor of Massachusetts, where he was known as a centrist. He reformed the state healthcare system, and would pursue reforms at the national level as well. Romney supports oil drilling in Alaska, but also alternative energy sources. He claims to be conservative on issues like abortion and gay civil unions, and he supports the Iraq war. Romney supports fair trade, as well as a greater focus on math and science in our schools." I took another quiz and the top choice was Fred Thompson. Of course, you're never sure on these quizzes how accurate they are of the candidates' positions.

3:10 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Helen said...


Yes, I had the same problem with that particular question. So none of us are Hillary fans, no big surprise there.

3:11 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Flash Gordon said...

Fred Thompson was left out of the choices so I saw no reason to take it.

4:04 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger SFN said...

Guiliani/Romney/McCain which is probably not too far off how I feel.

Some of the questions definitely showed a certain bias - the global warming one basically equates it to environmentalism. You can be pro environment or wanting to save energy for strategic reasons without buying into global warming hysteria.

4:26 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Unknown said...

Oh Helen, Rudy? Say it ain't so!

4:50 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Country Squire said...

This is funny Helen. I took the quiz and was told I was a match to Romney. Imagine their suprise when I vote for Thompson!

5:00 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Joe said...

I oppose embryonic stem cell research because it's a waste of money. It hasn't produced squat. By comparison, adult stem cell research has produced several promising therapies.

5:38 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger DADvocate said...

Rudy is my number one also.

This makes three differenct quizes I've taken with three different results, Duncan Hunter on the first, then Mike Huckabee and now Rudy.

Am I fickle or are these quizes baloney?

8:28 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger irvingprime said...

Interesting. As is always the case, several of the questions offered no choice even approximating my views. Then it matched me to Mitt Romney, who I dislike quite a bit.

Not the best quiz I've ever seen.

10:07 PM, November 23, 2007  
Blogger Cham said...

The quiz gave me Obama but I am still going to vote for Hillary.

7:42 AM, November 24, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cham, not trying to start a string of argument, and I have read enough of your posts to believe you are sincere in what you write. So I am asking sincerely, of all available candidates on the Democrat side, why do you choose Hillary?

9:38 AM, November 24, 2007  
Blogger DADvocate said...

The embyonic stem-cell question may well be moot because of recent advances using human skin cells. Of course, this won't keep people from arguing about where you stood on the issue.

10:38 AM, November 25, 2007  
Blogger Peg C. said...

1. Mitt
2. Paul
3. Rudy
4. McCain

Most of the above is ridiculous for me. Fred is my man and Rudy is my #2.

ALL these quizzes are bad. The Polling Point one also doesn't list Fred and kept making me choose between McCain and various Dems. I'd rather shoot myself.

12:31 PM, November 25, 2007  
Blogger Peg C. said...

dadvocate, you will stop reading and hearing about liberals' concern about curing diseases once embryonic stem cells are not an issue. They don't care about curing disease; they care about splitting conservatives and pitting the fiscals and socials against each other.

I have a problem with abortion but I have a real big problem with government funding just about anything other than the military these days. Government is incapable of doing virtually anything right or well.

12:36 PM, November 25, 2007  
Blogger Derve Swanson said...

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7:43 PM, November 25, 2007  
Blogger Serket said...

Dadvocate, I say you're flaky. :) I didn't notice that Fred Thompson wasn't involved, but I guess that's why I didn't score him!

Peg, I'm surprised it put Paul between Romney and Giuliani, I would expect him to be far away from any of the Republicans.

1:07 PM, November 26, 2007  
Blogger Ofc. Krupke said...

I took one of these things in 2000. Apparently, I was supposed to vote for a Mr. Howard Phillips of something called the Constitution Party. This was my first indication that I might be a kook. :)

What really made me laugh was that Al Gore placed dead last. Below NADER, even. Yike.

3:42 AM, November 29, 2007  
Blogger Unknown said...

mine was ron paul. makes sense. hes who im voting for. barrack was my "number two"....ha! that aint happening! sorry, socialists. my Real number two is fred....sadly cause he's probably got no chance to win. rudy has too much potential for corruption, based on his history, for my liking. mitt and huck i see as dem's in disguise, and mccain will never get a vote from me....

10:36 AM, January 02, 2008  
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