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Which 2004 Presidential candidate are you?

jamesp

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You're John Kerry!

The son of a community activist and a World War Two Air Corps pilot, you voluntarily joined the army to serve in Vietnam as you neared the end of your college years at Yale. There you earned a Silver Star, a Bronze Star with Combat V, and three Purple Hearts. However, during your tour of duty you became disillusioned with the involvement of the United States, and as soon as you left you became a spokesman for Vietnam Veterans Against the War. This was your introduction to politics; you then proceeded to help convict an organised crime head, and create rape counselling centres across New England.

In 1984 you were elected to the Senate, and there you remain, a seasoned politician fighting for progressive values. You’re one of the wealthiest politicians in the country, and are happily married to the heiress to the Heinz empire – without any bit of sauce on the side. In 2004, after a very strong fight, you accepted the Democratic Party nomination.




If you are Dubbya, save yourself the time and die.

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Icarus

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You're Leonard Peltier!



A Native American citizen of the Anishinabe and Lakota Nations, you’re considered by many people and organisations – Amnesty International, Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama among them – to be an illegally-held political prisoner and a blight on the already spotty human rights record of the United States. A campaigner for the rights of Native American peoples, you organised security for a tribe which was encountering violence from pro-assimilation groups – and were subsequently involved in a shoot-out on June 26, 1975.

Now in jail, you’ve decided to run for President of the United States as part of the Peace & Freedom Party. Sure, you can’t participate in the democratic process as a convicted felon, but you were wrongly accused, right? Right. And anyway, it’s worth it to draw attention to the plight of the oppressed native people throughout the country.
 

I Hate The FCC

Homo est Deus
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You're Leonard Peltier!

A Native American citizen of the Anishinabe and Lakota Nations, you’re considered by many people and organisations – Amnesty International, Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama among them – to be an illegally-held political prisoner and a blight on the already spotty human rights record of the United States. A campaigner for the rights of Native American peoples, you organised security for a tribe which was encountering violence from pro-assimilation groups – and were subsequently involved in a shoot-out on June 26, 1975.

Now in jail, you’ve decided to run for President of the United States as part of the Peace & Freedom Party. Sure, you can’t participate in the democratic process as a convicted felon, but you were wrongly accused, right? Right. And anyway, it’s worth it to draw attention to the plight of the oppressed native people throughout the country.

 

dustinzgirl

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jamesp said:
You're John Kerry!

The son of a community activist and a World War Two Air Corps pilot, you voluntarily joined the army to serve in Vietnam as you neared the end of your college years at Yale. There you earned a Silver Star, a Bronze Star with Combat V, and three Purple Hearts. However, during your tour of duty you became disillusioned with the involvement of the United States, and as soon as you left you became a spokesman for Vietnam Veterans Against the War. This was your introduction to politics; you then proceeded to help convict an organised crime head, and create rape counselling centres across New England.

In 1984 you were elected to the Senate, and there you remain, a seasoned politician fighting for progressive values. You’re one of the wealthiest politicians in the country, and are happily married to the heiress to the Heinz empire – without any bit of sauce on the side. In 2004, after a very strong fight, you accepted the Democratic Party nomination.




If you are Dubbya, save yourself the time and die.

http://rumandmonkey.com/widgets/tests/president/

I'm john kerry too!
 

WaFfLeS

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Icarus said:
You're Leonard Peltier!



A Native American citizen of the Anishinabe and Lakota Nations, you’re considered by many people and organisations – Amnesty International, Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama among them – to be an illegally-held political prisoner and a blight on the already spotty human rights record of the United States. A campaigner for the rights of Native American peoples, you organised security for a tribe which was encountering violence from pro-assimilation groups – and were subsequently involved in a shoot-out on June 26, 1975.

Now in jail, you’ve decided to run for President of the United States as part of the Peace & Freedom Party. Sure, you can’t participate in the democratic process as a convicted felon, but you were wrongly accused, right? Right. And anyway, it’s worth it to draw attention to the plight of the oppressed native people throughout the country.
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Swid

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You're David Cobb!

You spent your formative years as a construction worker in San Leon, Texas, before heading to college. Not coming from a wealthy family, you had to wait tables to pay for your education, and it paid off: you graduated from the University of Houston Law School in 1993. You then had a successful law practice for seven years.

In 2000, Ralph Nader asked you to manage the Green Party election campaign in Texas, and you agreed; in 2002 you were the Green Party candidate for Attorney General. Now you’re pulling all the stops and standing as the Presidential candidate; everyone agrees that a Green Party candidate can’t actually win, but can you make a difference?