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Heh, maybe I just shouldn't vote... Nah, I think I have a duty to make sure #18 doesn't win. :)

1. </b>Your ideal theoretical candidate.   (100%)  Click here for info
2. </b>Brown, Walt - Socialist Party   (60%)  Click here for info
3. </b>Moseley-Braun, Former Senator Carol, IL - Democrat   (59%)  Click here for info
4. </b>Badnarik, Michael - Libertarian   (58%)  Click here for info
5. </b>Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat   (58%)  Click here for info
6. </b>Cobb, David - Green Party   (55%)  Click here for info
7. </b>Clark, Retired General Wesley K., AR - Democrat   (47%)  Click here for info
8. </b>Nader, Ralph - Independent   (42%)  Click here for info
9. </b>Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat   (41%)  Click here for info
10. </b>Lieberman, Senator Joe, CT - Democrat   (40%)  Click here for info
11. </b>Gephardt, Rep. Dick, MO - Democrat   (39%)  Click here for info
12. </b>Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat   (39%)  Click here for info
13. </b>Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat   (35%)  Click here for info
14. </b>Kucinich, Rep. Dennis, OH - Democrat   (35%)  Click here for info
15. </b>Peroutka, Michael - Constitution Party   (26%)  Click here for info
16. </b>LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat   (26%)  Click here for info
17. </b>Hagelin, Dr. John - Natural Law   (17%)  Click here for info
18. </b>Bush, President George W. - Republican   (11%)  Click here for info


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do you agree with your results? I tried it, and certainly do not agree with the results.

I think I do. Bush is the last person I'd vote for (actually if it came down to just him, I wouldn't vote), and my first impression / gut instinct on Kerry wasn't all that appealing, so while he would win my vote in a 2-party system, he's not necessarily at the top of the list. But as for all the other candidates, I don't know them well enough to know whether to agree with their placement or not.

I take that back... I was planning to vote for Dean until he dropped out, so he should be higher than Kerry. But on the rest I have no opinion.

You should vote anyway.

Err... that's what I meant. :) The "Nah" was to the thought of not voting. Double-negative. I'm gonna vote, dammit! Couldn't live with myself if I didn't and Bush won.

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