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Who Is Your Favorite Candidate?

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on December 21, 2011






The blogger known as Older Eyes put up a post called Me and the Candidates . There was a test to see which POTUS candidate you most agree with. It seemed like a good excuse for some text to go between the pictures. Pictures are from ” The Special Collections and Archives,Georgia State University Library” .

OE describes the test:
“The test offers 11 multiple choice questions with the stated positions of the candidates as answers. There are two questions on the economy, three on national security, one on health care, one on energy policy, one on global warming, one on gay marriage, one on abortion and one on education. If you tend to be a moderate, issues on which you are more liberal tend to go to the president, while issues in which you are conservative tend to be spread over seven Republicans whose opinions are not all that different. Four of my answers aligned with the president’s stated opinions while seven aligned with Republicans, which is about what I’d expect … I’m inclined to be conservative on fiscal and security issues and more liberal on social issues … but because my conservative views aligned with five different Republicans, the quiz said Obama was my man. Hmmm.
PG should have taken this test before he ate lunch. The winner, to no one’s surprise, is BHO. Second Place is Michele Bachmann. Third Place is Mitt Romney. PG might have to move to Pago Pago after all. The only issue where PG disagreed with BHO was Mexican immigration.





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  1. Ed Darrell said, on December 25, 2011 at 4:38 am

    Is that the Heart of Atlanta Motel from the Supreme Court case?

    • chamblee54 said, on December 25, 2011 at 7:03 am

      Yes. There is a large Hilton Hotel on that site today.

  2. [...] of Atlanta Motel and civil rights PG posted this photo in one of his collections at Chamblee54: Heart of Atlanta Motel, 1956 – Special Collections and Archives,Georgia State University [...]


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