|You Are 4% Democrat|
If you have anything in common with the Democrat party, it's by sheer chance.
You're a staunch conservative, and nothing is going to change that!
|You Are 16% Republican|
If you have anything in common with the Republican party, it's by sheer chance.
You're a staunch liberal, and nothing is going to change that!
For my lunch break I decided to take 2 little quizzes. It all confirms what I already know about myself. I'm not a democrat or a republican. We received our primary ballots in the mail yesterday. There are a few major problems with these ballots. 1) If you vote democrat, it doesn't matter because the caucus will decide anyway. The primary has no value. If you vote republican, the caucus will give the primary voters 50% weight. So what would be the point of voting? 2) Ok here's the other reason not to vote on the primary ballot. You have to declare yourself to be democrat or republican.
HA! As if I would ever do that. Honestly could one party meet all the beliefs of each person, no. So why would I choose or should I choose a party? I am not nor will I ever be a democrat, or republican, or libertarian, or green party. I'll wait until the general election and do as I always do, vote on the candidate. Do I think they are a decent person? Can they think independently of their party and do what is best for the most people? My votes end up all over the place. Locally I know that my vote counts. We recently had a tie vote decided by coin toss. Nationally, my vote makes very little difference. Especially in the presedential race, but that's a completely different topic, and I'm sure my uncle (a retired government teacher) would tell you far more than I could ever understand on it. Although I did earn an A in his class.