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Wednesday, January 09, 2008

How you match up with Presidential candidates

Lancaster Online has posted on new tool to track how you match up, on issues, with presidential candidates. It seems to work out pretty accurately for me (a couple of areas weren't touched on and a few questions seemed pretty vague). The major exception:

"I believe that government should provide more economic incentives to corporations to promote growth."

Have listened to Governor Rendell too long, I thought I strongly opposed that, as it referred to corporate welfare handouts. Apparently quotes like "I support the market" and cutting the corporate tax rate are the economic incentives that question refers to. If you support handouts to ethanol companies, the film industry and such, then you oppose "more economic incentives." Thankfully, I was able to go back and change my answer.

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