Political Compass

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  1. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

  2. That was a shocker!!!

    Best have a good think about voting next time!!! :D

  3. Yep just right of centre too. I found it interesting to see various leaders were on the scale, in particular our recently departed one-eyed-jock-idiot of a PM.
  4. Same here
  5. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Aah! So it was YOU two who voted for a Coalition Government..?! 8O :D
  6. Fair cop guv :oops:
  7. I'm Left/Libertarian, out there with Nelson Mandela, The Dalai Lama and Ghandi!!
    Jesus wept, I need a tune up quick smart. :cry:
  8. Economic Left/Right: -4.88
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -0.87

    Just where you would expect a well rounded human being to be. :)

    NZ_Bootneck :thumbleft:
  9. Economic Left/Right: -5.00
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -0.82

    A slightly more authoritarian Ghandi

    A very thought provoking exercise.
  10. I must have worn far too much Laura Ashley in a former life. :D
    I've been quite disintrested in NZ Labour for a while.
    Their ability to ignore open and vociferous antipathy for policies they insisted on pushing through, an Anti-Smacking Law was the most contentious, some of it's MPs contempt for the electorate in their blatant spending and abuse of travel perks and finally one ex Ministers melt down when questioned over same have tried my patience to the limit.
    Still would never vote Tory though. :wink:
  11. -4,-3.38
    I was pleased to see myself surrounded by Gandhi, Mandela, and the Dalai Lama. I was, however, more than slightly disconcerted to find myself amongst NZ_B, broadside and Finks.
  12. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Pinko! :lol:
  13. So it would seem :oops:

    I would say, in my defence, that if the ROE called for it, I would quite happily shoot anyone, regardless of race, creed, colour, or socio-economic standing, which, I believe, differentiates me from at least two of the above-named.
  14. Well that must be Finks and NZ_B then because I would do the same.
  15. I had you and NZ_B down as 'probables', with Gandhi and the Dalai Lama down as 'unlikelies'.
  16. Mind you - the Ghandi/Dalai Lama-esque sheets are very convenient for concealment of weapons etc so I wouldn't be so quick to write them off as "unlikely" if I were you.
  17. hmm surprised interesting quiz. Things are not always what they seam
  18. I could name a good few people who need shooting and would do it myself without the mandate of the rules-of-engagement. Of course I would need immunity from prosecution in writing and from the highest authority in the land before proceeding.

    So that’s me off the hook. :)
  19. Bugger.....slightly left of centre.
  20. I'm a Left Wing Liberal apparently 8O
    It looks like I'll have to start reading the Guarniad :wink:

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