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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I've rounded up and tried to collate some of the numbers to see what the parties look like.. (compass)

    MacDaddi: +1, -8
    Mazzini: -5, -5
    Airmed: -3, -3
    Emiloujess: -4, -5
    Petros: +2, -7

    Republic1: -8, -7
    Still Little Fingers: -7, -9
    Maddo: -8, 0
    Nixonsjellybeans: -9, -5
    The Definite Article: -9, -5

    Jean-Luc Picard: -8, -8
    Cheese_Monster: -4, -3
    St Brynjar: -3, -4
    Chlorophile: -8, -8
    Aph: -10, -8
    Miser: -5, -6
    Little Toy Gun: +1, -6
    Andy98: -5, -3
    Cbay: -8, -7

    Ray Apparently: -7, -2
    James Milibanter: -5, -5
    McRite: -3, -3
    Cranbrook Aspie: -10, -6
    Sarasens Fez: -3, -3
    United 1892: -10, -7

    Wellzi: -2, +4
    Balanced: +4, -2
    Nebelbon: -5, +1

    Socialists look as if they are the purest party in a narrow box and could easily take members from the Greens and Labour. Liberals are what they say on the tin socially. Greens and Labour also pretty liberal.
    St. Bryjar is labour, JLP left the greens.
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    St. Bryjar is labour, JLP left the greens.
    Changed and his last party, larger sample is better.
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    On the left side are pacifists and anti-war activists. On the right side are those who want a strong military that intervenes around the world. You scored: 6.04

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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I've rounded up and tried to collate some of the numbers to see what the parties look like.. (compass)

    MacDaddi: +1, -8
    Mazzini: -5, -5
    Airmed: -3, -3
    Emiloujess: -4, -5
    Petros: +2, -7

    Republic1: -8, -7
    Still Little Fingers: -7, -9
    Maddo: -8, 0
    Nixonsjellybeans: -9, -5
    The Definite Article: -9, -5

    Jean-Luc Picard: -8, -8
    Cheese_Monster: -4, -3
    Chlorophile: -8, -8
    Aph: -10, -8
    Miser: -5, -6
    Little Toy Gun: +1, -6
    Andy98: -5, -3
    Cbay: -8, -7

    Ray Apparently: -7, -2
    James Milibanter: -5, -5
    McRite: -3, -3
    Cranbrook Aspie: -10, -6
    Sarasens Fez: -3, -3
    United 1892: -10, -7
    St Brynjar: -3, -4

    Wellzi: -2, +4
    Balanced: +4, -2
    Nebelbon: -5, +1

    Socialists look as if they are the purest party in a narrow box and could easily take members from the Greens and Labour. Liberals are what they say on the tin socially. Greens and Labour also pretty liberal.
    And the party you omitted?

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    And the party you omitted?

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    He posted those further up I think.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    And the party you omitted?

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    He posted that, we know what a complete nutter you are.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I've rounded up and tried to collate some of the numbers to see what the parties look like.. (compass)

    MacDaddi: +1, -8
    Mazzini: -5, -5
    Airmed: -3, -3
    Emiloujess: -4, -5
    Petros: +2, -7

    Republic1: -8, -7
    Still Little Fingers: -7, -9
    Maddo: -8, 0
    Nixonsjellybeans: -9, -5
    The Definite Article: -9, -5

    Jean-Luc Picard: -8, -8
    Cheese_Monster: -4, -3
    Chlorophile: -8, -8
    Aph: -10, -8
    Miser: -5, -6
    Little Toy Gun: +1, -6
    Andy98: -5, -3
    Cbay: -8, -7

    Ray Apparently: -7, -2
    James Milibanter: -5, -5
    McRite: -3, -3
    Cranbrook Aspie: -10, -6
    Sarasens Fez: -3, -3
    United 1892: -10, -7
    St Brynjar: -3, -4

    Wellzi: -2, +4
    Balanced: +4, -2
    Nebelbon: -5, +1

    Socialists look as if they are the purest party in a narrow box and could easily take members from the Greens and Labour. Liberals are what they say on the tin socially. Greens and Labour also pretty liberal.
    No point keeping Mac's score. He hasn't been active in the party for months.

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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    No point keeping Mac's score. He hasn't been active in the party for months.

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    Made that argument for JLP &C_M good luck.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Changed and his last party, larger sample is better.
    It is not an accurate representation of their user base if they are no longer a member.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Made that argument for JLP &C_M good luck.
    I think I'll need it
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    (Original post by James Milibanter)
    I'm not going to go into the EU, the regulation is probably the one thing that I actually like about it.

    State intervention, especially in the interests to protect the liberties of the people, is not at all authoritarian. You may believe that the minimum wage is authoritarian as it removes an employers liberty to pay their employees the wage they like, however the minimum wage also protects the employee from exploitative labour. Telling a company that they can only make someone work for less than 70 hours a week may infringe the employers liberty to employ someone for however long they like but that very same rule protects the employee. I'm a lefty because I think people come before business, though as a moderate I understand that they must work together.
    I don't think the minimum wage is authoritarian and I agree with you, but I believe that a good economy leads to a good society.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    I think I'll need it
    I won't include them when I get access to all my graphing equipment and do the analysis after a lot more people have responded.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    I won't include them when I get access to all my graphing equipment and do the analysis after a lot more people have responded.
    Cheers
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    (Original post by balanced)
    I don't think the minimum wage is authoritarian and I agree with you, but I believe that a good economy leads to a good society.
    There is more than one way to have a good economy, and there are certainly ways to make sure that the society does indeed reap the rewards of a good economy.
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    (Original post by mobbsy91)
    Are we sure this isn't just a dupe account of Aph's...?
    Oh I'm much better looking than Aph

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    (Original post by Aph)
    You used to be barely right of me. You've changed a lot. And I said too right wing. That doesn't mean he is right just that he is not enough left
    Just found this: I feel like I should explain - the reason I'm not a die hard left winger is because I like to approach things with an open mind. Obviously this moves me towards the centre slightly.

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    Just found this: I feel like I should explain - the reason I'm not a die hard left winger is because I like to approach things with an open mind. Obviously this moves me towards the centre slightly.

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    Mate, you're still what the Daily Mail would call "loony left" so don't worry about it. We're quite near eachother actually, didn't realise.
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    (Original post by James Milibanter)
    Mate, you're still what the Daily Mail would call "loony left" so don't worry about it. We're quite near eachother actually, didn't realise.
    I know, I just thought (as some youths might say) "there were a pair of tits that needed calming".

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I know, I just thought (as some youths might say) "there were a pair of tits that needed calming".

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    haha, haven't heard that expression in quite some time, I must be getting on a bit.
 
 
 
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