Thursday, 20 April 2006
|0643 - Political philosophy quiz|
I'm poking arround the net while waiting for laundry to dry so I can pack for Penguicon. In the meantime, via vakkotaur:
| You scored as Pro Business Republican. Pro-business Republicans support supply-side economics. By cutting taxes, reducing regulations, and supporting large corporations, they want to spur innovation and create economic growth that benefits all Americans.|
Pro Business Republican
Foreign Policy Hawk
Old School Democrat
Socially Conservative Republican
What's Your Political Philosophy?
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My ratings pretty much align with his, the main differences being that I'm closer to libertarian and less Green than he is. The difference in the overall rating is because he and I answered the same tiebreaker question different ways: he said the war in Iraq is more important for our national survival, while I said that the idea that the Kyoto Protocol will destroy economies is more important.
The picture is of the Congressman liberals love to hate, Tom DeLay. Had I stayed in League City another couple of years, he'd have been my Congressman. He was hounded out of office because, in the final analysis, he was that which liberals hate - an effective conservative leader.
current mood: awake
current music: The Moody Blues - The Voice
Man, do you really think republicans would actually let you into a republican convention?
*shrug* Dunno, and don't really care...
He was hounded out of office because, in the final analysis, he was that which liberals hate - an effective conservative leader.
You misspelled "indicted criminal".
I guess you missed the story where an appeals court upheld the judge's throwing out the original indictment...they agreed that indicting someone for something that wasn't a crime at the time the alleged actions were taken is not a Good Idea.
I'm fully confident that Ronnie Earle's other purely political indictments will get the same final results: complete exoneration for DeLay.
Reminds me of a bumper sticker I've been seeing around here:
"IMPROVE TEXAS - WITHOUT DELAY".