Early on when there were still ALOT of candidates I took a test where you stated your opinions on like 20 or so key areas each candidate had a stance on, then it showed you which candidates shared your opinions best and which shared them worst. At the bottom of my list for sharing the least opinions with me was Obama, followed by Hilary, and shortly thearafter by McCain. To put it simply, everyone who shared my opinions, and there were several who did, has already been eliminated from the running. McCain scored slightly higher then Obama for me, but overal both of them differed so strongly on almost all of my stances I can't really justify myself voting for either of them. I watched a little bit of the presidential debates and continued to feel the same way, I'm not going to be happy regardless of who wins if these are my only two choices. I didn't even watch the VP debate since I've pretty much lost interest at this point, but I suppose I probably should have if only to see what Palin had to say since its not to far of a long shot that she could end up taking over after McCain dies of old age in office. Biden, however, I really don't see having any sort of notable impact to justify my attention.
Incidentally, although he was no longer in the running when I took the test and thus not listed in my results, my younger sister took a similar test a few weeks before I did when he was still in the running and her results showed the candidate whose stances she most agreed with was Steven Colbert.
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