Hahahahahahahahahahahaha! The laugh of the day is what I imagine your faces looked like reading my last post about becoming a Liberal!
Well, I would have laughed harder if more people had actually fell for it.
I can't believe no one dared to critisize me, even though you all could have attacked the uninformed guidance I 'took to heart', without attacking my actual beliefs, I guess politics is just one of those taboo subjects?
Oh well, worth a shot.
Oh, and just to clarify:
I do realize the party's answers could come from anything/anywhere, they even admitted on CBC news that they didn't get a lot of party participation in creating the compass.
I do realize that the initial outcome of the compass isn't weighted based on the issues that are important to me, all issues are waited the same. Once I went and marked which were important/non-important it significantly moved me closer to Conservative. But it also wouldn't let me scale the importance, Economy is very important to me but Morals were mosre important to me.
I do realize that I have some apathy on some issues and so marking 'neither agree or disagree' made me closer to the Liberal answers which were often a 'sometimes' vs. the Conservatives 'always'.
So, no, I am most definitely not voting Liberal.....mom, please don't let dad call me to give me heck!