Saturday, December 15, 2007

USA Today's fun "Who should I vote for President " quiz.

Mike Huckabee has come from the back of the pack to be a front runner in Iowa. Polls did predict him doing well in the Iowa caucus many weeks ago but the media has just caught on. Because of his ascendance and the descendance of others I have issued a new poll. See poll to the right.

And if you want to take a fun and graphically impressive quiz on who you most agree with on major issues, click this USA Today site.

My "suggested candidate" after taking the quiz was R. Guiliani (for whom I will not vote), then Mike Huckabee, followed by Mitt Romney.

For those interested in presidential politicals: New York Times Sunday Magazine, lead article on Mike Huckabee.


Steve said...

My blog dabbles in politics and food as well. You can visit it here.

While I'm not completely synchronized with your politics, I'm facinated by the emerging schism in the Republican party between Social and Fiscal conservatives.

One of the things I find most facinating is the role that religion plays in modern GOP politics. I read an article the other day about how Reagan would not stand a chance in today's GOP because of religion. Then today, I read this massive article in the strong GOP mag the Weekly Standard that took a few hours to digest. The big question the article tries to answer is what religious questions to a candidate are legitimate and what are not. Fascinating.

Francis Shivone said...

I visited Steve's blog and commented there. F&FW.