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Ideal Candidates Meme

I've seen this a few other times. The results are about what I expected and I am not at all surprised about last place on the list ;)

(From Select Smart)

1. Your ideal theoretical candidate. (100%)
2. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (74%)
3. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (69%)
4. Clark, Retired General Wesley K., AR - Democrat (64%)
5. Libertarian Candidate (61%)
6. Kucinich, Rep. Dennis, OH - Democrat (54%)
7. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (51%)
8. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (46%)
9. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (33%)
10. Lieberman, Senator Joe, CT - Democrat (28%)
11. Bush, President George W. - Republican (15%)

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1. Your ideal theoretical candidate. (100%) Click here for info
2. Dean, Gov. Howard, VT - Democrat (75%) Click here for info
3. Sharpton, Reverend Al - Democrat (69%) Click here for info
4. Clark, Retired General Wesley K., AR - Democrat (66%) Click here for info
5. Socialist Candidate (63%)
6. Kucinich, Rep. Dennis, OH - Democrat (63%)
7. Edwards, Senator John, NC - Democrat (59%)
8. Libertarian Candidate (53%)
9. Kerry, Senator John, MA - Democrat (52%)
10. Lieberman, Senator Joe, CT - Democrat (35%)
11. LaRouche, Lyndon H. Jr. - Democrat (33%)
12. Phillips, Howard - Constitution (23%)
13. Bush, President George W. - Republican (11%)
Howard Dean's little rant and rave and YYEEAAH was a wee bit scary..

what was funny is that on my list, it was Bush then Lieberman LOL
I didn't say I was going to vote for him. I think he's been on the record as having some good/interesting ideas, but I'm increasingly unsure that he could actually win against Shrub.

I'm probably more likely to vote for either Kerry or Clark. I like Clark, and I remember Kerry from my days in MA and while I may not agree with either of them on all the issues, I get the impression that they're both pretty reasonable guys (which would make for a vast improvement over the monkey currently in office).

Heh, I'm just glad Bush was at the bottom of my list. That's pretty much where I'd put him in almost any list of potential candidates. Off the top of my head he'd only be ahead (and only marginally at that) of folks like David Duke and the like.
in the last couple of weeks (having done more reading up), i'd been swaying between Dean/Kerry/Edwards... Dean might be too uh.."passionate"...Kerry doesn't seem presidential enough, but if he surrounds himself by good advisors, he can't be as bad as bush lol