mind blurbs

I’m a what?

Ok, so now, on top of being religiously and careerly confused, I’m politically out of sorts as well.  I’ve been a registered Republican for years and years, yet apparently I hold views more typical of a Democrat.  Great googlie mooglies. 

 Take it and see if you’re surprised too.

politics      chartie

7 thoughts on “I’m a what?

  1. I got Social Conservative / Economic Liberal, best described as Totalitarian. I don’t even know what a Totalitarian is.


  2. cadberry, i’m a little frightened.
    totalitarian: adj. Of, relating to, being, or imposing a form of government in which the political authority exercises absolute and centralized control over all aspects of life, the individual is subordinated to the state, and opposing political and cultural expression is suppressed.

    Don’t take it personally, but I would NOT vote for you. 😉


  3. Hmm… That quiz’s definition of Democrat isn’t really the true definition of a Democrat, it’s kind of a really vague and fluffy definition. Don’t get too upset by a quiz that doesn’t even know how to define its terms.

    By the way, I came across your blog through my dashboard, thanks for linking to me! I’m in the process of browsing through your content, I like what I see so far.


  4. I just took the test, and it said I was a Libertarian (which I am). But I still don’t trust the “results.” Their definition of Libertarian:

    “You exhibit a very well-developed sense of Right and Wrong and believe in economic fairness.”

    Hmm… I’m pretty sure Libertarians are nothing like Democrats, so… The “results” of this test are a crock!


  5. that’s actually quite comforting…

    Check out Johnnyfive’s link on my main page.. gunpowder treason… he’s also a libertarian, i think you might enjoy his ramblings as well.



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