I took a political test and found myself on Adam Sandler’s head.
It’s easy, take the test and find out whose face your white dot covers.
Of course the test is intended to place a person into a political or ideological box. Maybe a box is too harsh and confining. I don’t believe that people are that easy to define, well some people, but not all people.
This shows me to be located just about exactly where I expected. Question; is my placement on the chart due to how I answered the questions on the test or did I answer the questions on the test because of where I wanted to be on the chart?
I tend to over think my answers on tests like these. (Duh) For example:
It should be legal for two consenting adults to challenge each other to a duel and fight a Death Match. (Strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree)
Is this a question of freedom of speech? Then of course consenting adults can challenge each other to what ever they want.
Is this a question of legality? If a duel were to occur would the victor be charged with dueling in addition to murder?
Or is this an indictment of questionable entertainment like boxing, wrestling, or cadge fighting?
Is this a question of how extreme am I willing to go in the name of freedom?
Is there currently a law against this?
If it were consenting then would a life insurance company consider it suicide and not pay?
Am I over thinking the question?
Then there is the placement of the photos on the chart. I think that it would be easy to place fictional characters like Darth Vader but how did they get test results from Ted, Ted, or MLK?
I find it interesting that Mr. Obama has been chosen to occupy the Socialist spot just below MLKand toGorbachev’s left. Is Mr. McCain to the left of Bush, or is Bush on the right hand of McCain? Its all in how you say it.
Do these kind of tests tell more about the test writer or the test taker?
Lastly, that’s Adam Sandler doing on a political test?
I will have to look into this, this is by far the most important question.