Thursday, April 13, 2006

50/50

When I was young, I registered as a Republican, 'cause that's what my parents were. But as I've matured, I've often wondered: "What am I, really?" It's a question I've been unable to answer. That fact annoys me. I mean, should'nt it be clear to me by now? Shouldn't I KNOW how to answer when someone asks, "Are you liberal or conservative?" I always answer the best I know how, by saying, "It depends on the issue. And sometimes even on one issue, I'm divided."

Tonight, I came across this quiz (when I stalked jgf's blog), and I got excited, thinking, "FINALLY. I'll know what I am!"

Not so. I'm still divided!









Your Political Profile



Overall: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal

Social Issues: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal

Personal Responsibility: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal

Fiscal Issues: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal

Ethics: 25% Conservative, 75% Liberal

Defense and Crime: 75% Conservative, 25% Liberal



I'd make such a terrible politician!
(But I have a feeling I'm gonna make a darn good politician's Mom someday.)

6 comments:

Nancy D. said...

Crack. Me. Up.

Dani said...

Overall: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Social Issues: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Personal Responsibility: 75% Conservative, 25% Liberal
Fiscal Issues: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Ethics: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Defense and Crime: 25% Conservative, 75% Liberal


Haha, maybe I'll never know what I am either?

Kevin said...

All they asked was questions regarding hot button topics (sigh, no real help when deciding liberal vs conservative bent, just how you lean on recent political issues).

Rhonda said...

I found those questions very difficult to answer. Quite a few were just not that simple.

Jerica said...

Um. I'm freakin conservative. I'm going to take the test again so that I'm not so conservative....

Martha said...

Being in the middle isn't such a bad thing. I too found myself pretty much in the land of neutral. Figure that's probably why the various debates going on don't really get too me too much: I can see both sides of the argument as having a valid point.

Cheers to the wishy washy of the world: we keep the extremes from totally killing off each other!