Yup, still the same…

I’ve taken a few of these quizzes lately and the results continue to come out the same.  I’ve studied everyone thoroughly.  And I’m not done yet. 

Incidentally, I didn’t get to vote on “Super Tuesday” because my sister had her babies that day.  So while I’m not happy about that, I am still paying close attention to what’s going on out there.  It’s going to be exciting, and stressful.  I just hope we all can agree upon the person that gets the nomination when it happens.

79% Barack Obama
78% Bill Richardson
76% John Edwards
75% Hillary Clinton
74% Chris Dodd
72% Joe Biden
72% Mike Gravel
68% Dennis Kucinich
47% Rudy Giuliani
41% John McCain
36% Mitt Romney
33% Mike Huckabee
30% Tom Tancredo
29% Ron Paul
24% Fred Thompson

2008 Presidential Candidate Matching Quiz

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0 thoughts on “Yup, still the same…

  1. I matched most closely with Kucinich, Gravel, and Edwards.

    Obama and Clinton were further down the list and only a 1% difference between the two. This one had Obama higher. I’ve taken a similar quiz at http://glassbooth.org/ that put Clinton higher.

    I’m not sure my decision of Obama vs. Clinton comes down to an exact match on the issues. Since they are so similar, I’ve been using experience, substance, and other factors come into play.

    That’s not meant as a slam against Obama by any means. Even I am being taken aback about just how strong the Obama support has become. I’m beginning to think he might be our best bet come November. From a strategic standpoint, I may come around to Obama yet.

    And as I mentioned on my blog, I downloaded the audiobook version of “The Audacity of Hope.” I’ll listen to it with an open mind and see if it changes my mind about him.

  2. I matched most closely with Kucinich, Gravel, and Edwards.

    Obama and Clinton were further down the list and only a 1% difference between the two. This one had Obama higher. I’ve taken a similar quiz at http://glassbooth.org/ that put Clinton higher.

    I’m not sure my decision of Obama vs. Clinton comes down to an exact match on the issues. Since they are so similar, I’ve been using experience, substance, and other factors come into play.

    That’s not meant as a slam against Obama by any means. Even I am being taken aback about just how strong the Obama support has become. I’m beginning to think he might be our best bet come November. From a strategic standpoint, I may come around to Obama yet.

    And as I mentioned on my blog, I downloaded the audiobook version of “The Audacity of Hope.” I’ll listen to it with an open mind and see if it changes my mind about him.

  3. Hillary’s problem is that her negative ratings are at 49%. That means that one half of Americans flat-out won’t vote for her under any circumstances.
    Secondly, she’s divisive. We’ve already had seven years of that.
    Obama is inspirational. Regardless of whether there is any substance to his speeches, his eloquence would be an immense improvement over George Bush, who can barely put together a coherent sentence without embarrassing himself or the country.

  4. Hillary’s problem is that her negative ratings are at 49%. That means that one half of Americans flat-out won’t vote for her under any circumstances.
    Secondly, she’s divisive. We’ve already had seven years of that.
    Obama is inspirational. Regardless of whether there is any substance to his speeches, his eloquence would be an immense improvement over George Bush, who can barely put together a coherent sentence without embarrassing himself or the country.

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