Distressingly and predictably, Rand Paul scored highest for me (86%). Highest Democrat for me was a tie between Hill and Bernie (73% each), scoring underneath ten Republicans, none of whom I'd ever vote for. I didn't score lower than 53% for any of them, which probably means I need to wait a few months for them to get some more data points from the candidates (not to mention get some more candidates, preferably from other parties - it would help if Gary Johnson were to declare, to be sure) in there to find out how these dudes REALLY stack up with me. Or I could tweak the "how important is this issue to me" settings, which I didn't bother with this time around.
My current fave/cause célèbre, Larry Lessig, wasn't included, I notice.
99% For Bernie Sanders, 13% for Ben Carlson. 51% for Jeb Bush.
Originally posted by CRZMy current fave/cause célèbre, Larry Lessig, wasn't included, I notice.
Wait, didn't you get all up in my biz1 on Twitter about email farming over a Lessig petition I re-Tweeted?
I really wanted Lessig on that stage - it would've been a much better debate. Maybe for future debates Lessig could replace Chafee, and Chafee could go back to organizing his matchbox collection or sitting quietly on bus stop benches.
--- 1 Incident greatly exaggerated for dramatic effect.
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