According to the political compass, I'm Economic Left/Right: -8.38, Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -8.41, which places me somewhere a bit further out than the Greens, Nader, Nelson Mandela, Ghandi, and The Dalai Lama. Bush is in the opposite quadrant. Not surprising.
Bored. Did a few others during my jurisdictional studying.
SW- You would feel most at home in the Southwest region You advocate a large degree of personal freedom and a large degree of government control over the economy. Your neighbors include such folks as Jesse Jackson, Ralph Nader, Hillary Clinton, and Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against the Machine, and may refer to themselves as "liberals," "left-wing liberals," "civil libertarians," "democratic socialists," "egalitarians," or "anarcho-socialists."
1 left/right -9.7579 (-0.5874)
2 pragmatism -0.8422 (-0.0507)
You are a Traditional Liberal. Traditional liberals like you tend to be:
• Against pre-emptive strikes as a policy.
• Strongly supportive of gay rights.
• Of the belief that immigration has been good for this country.
• Supportive of affirmative-action.
• Oppose tax cuts as an economic policy.
• Of the belief that basic health insurance is a right.
Socialist - You believe the free market can be beneficial, but that a large and powerful state is necessary to redistribute the wealth of the top classes to those of the bottom. You also think that basic utilities and trasportation should be publicly owned. Your historical role model is Eugene Debs.