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Packman V2 Bratwurst Since: 16.3.04 From: Albuquerque, NM Since last post: 6 days Last activity: 10 hours
Y!: # 41 Posted on 8.9.12 1238.21 | Instant Rating: 7.06 While I'm not surprised that my percentage with Obama was so high, I was extremely surprised to see it being so high for Romney.
cfgb Lap cheong Since: 2.1.02 From: Ottawa, Ontario Since last post: 10 days Last activity: 6 hours # 42 Posted on 8.9.12 1747.52 | Instant Rating: 7.00 Not that it matters as I am Canadian ... A little surprised as I'm a Conservative in Canada, but based on everything I've read I would vote Obama if living abroad.
Peter The Hegemon Lap cheong Since: 11.2.03 From: Hackettstown, NJ Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 4 hours # 43 Posted on 8.9.12 2324.58 | Instant Rating: 6.57 Originally posted by Packman V2 While I'm not surprised that my percentage with Obama was so high, I was extremely surprised to see it being so high for Romney. 62% with Romney, 23% with Republicans? Romney has been running pretty much on party orthodoxy. I don't see that much space between them. (edited by CRZ on 9.9.12 0106)
dunkndollaz Banger Since: 3.1.02 From: Northern NJ Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 16 hours # 44 Posted on 10.9.12 1006.06 | Instant Rating: 5.83 Mitt - 80% Barack - 69% Who cares - 100% Is it November yet ? I know my kids are trying to kill me
StaggerLee Scrapple Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 11 hours Last activity: 6 hours
Y!: # 45 Posted on 10.9.12 2251.30 | Instant Rating: 1.95 I side with Mitt Romney on most issues in the 2012 Presidential Election. There's no great candidates in this race this year. Candidates you side with... 93%Mitt Romney Republican on immigration, science, environmental, economic, healthcare, social, and foreign policy issues 83% Gary Johnson Libertarian on domestic policy, healthcare, environmental, economic, and foreign policy issues 78% Virgil Goode Constitution on environmental, domestic policy, healthcare, economic, and social issues 20% Barack Obama Democrat on social issues 45% Missouri Voters on domestic policy, healthcare, and economic issues. 45% American Voters on domestic policy and economic issues. YOUR 2012 NCCA Tournament Bracket Challenge Winner
Shem the Penman Toulouse Since: 16.1.02 From: The Off-Center of the Universe (aka Philadelphia) Since last post: 75 days Last activity: 5 days # 46 Posted on 12.9.12 0810.47 | Instant Rating: 0.00 Obama 90% , Stein 81%, Anderson 62%, Romney 41%. What surprises me is that it says I side with Romney on social issues. Dafuq? "The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now do you begin to understand me?"
General Melancholy Chaurice Since: 5.5.05 From: Houston, TX Since last post: 579 days Last activity: 9 days # 47 Posted on 15.9.12 0808.45 Jill Stein 94% Barack Obama 90% Rocky Anderson 74% Gary Johnson 57% Mitt Romney 12% Virgil Goode 9% Insert pseudo-intellectual, quasi-pretentious comment here.
ekedolphin Scrapple Since: 12.1.02 From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 1 day # 48 Posted on 27.9.12 0845.19 | Instant Rating: 3.17 I'm not in the least bit surprised. 83% Obama, 17% (last place) Romney. "Don't do anything I wouldn't do." --Stone Cold Steve Austin
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ScreamingHeadGuy Frankfurter Since: 1.2.02 From: Appleton, WI Since last post: 560 days Last activity: 560 days # 49 Posted on 4.10.12 1058.16 I can't really say that I'm surprised with the results. (But I wonder how much these would change with slight tweaks to the "importance" slider on issues.) Candidates: Gary Johnson 83% Virgil Goode 78% Mitt Romney 76% Barack Obama 62% Parties: Republican 80% Libertarian 67% Green 52% Democrat 51% http://www.isidewith.com/results/142289142
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Tribal Prophet Andouille Since: 9.1.02 From: Winnipeg, MB, Canada Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 28 min. # 50 Posted on 6.10.12 1244.35 | Instant Rating: 6.72 Can't say I'm really surprised. Not that it matters, being a canuck and all.
J. Kyle Boudin blanc Since: 21.2.02 From: The Land of Aloha Since last post: 6 days Last activity: 57 min.
Y!: # 51 Posted on 11.11.12 2131.38 | Instant Rating: 3.50 Nous ne nous pouvons pas sortir. Another party I'm late to. Man I thought I was much more of a Socialist. Really surprised Romney and I agree on "Domestic Policy." Pages: Prev 1 2 3
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