Tired of simply voting for the lesser of two evils?

So you don’t like Romney… and you don’t like Obama. Do you just toss a dice to pick your candidate? Not vote? Vote the “lesser of two evils”? Or do you vote your conscience for whoever matches you best?

I’m going to argue here that the reason we are where we are is because we have repeatedly failed to vote our consciences. Instead, we vote for someone that we, many times, are only lukewarm about. So we compromise, sometimes on very big and important issues. With millions of dollars being raised and spent on campaigning it seems only logical to inquire if elections are even fair anymore… or if they are bought.

I say it’s time to stop playing political games and vote for who best matches you instead of voting for someone who only kinda-sorta matches your beliefs. To help you find out what candidate best matches you please take this test and see who you align with the most. If you don’t know the answer to something, then skip that question.


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