Comparing the Candidates On-Line

How do those creating fake-misleading 'position sites' like this live with their own conscious? Both sides have to be above this crap. I clicked this link from a Tweet on Twitter and was appalled by the manipulative, hateful and slightly racist skew of the questions.

If you really want and or need to compare your views to the candidates, try the links listed below. As far as I can tell they are independent and reputable. The Internet is a wonderful place to gain information as long as you remember it comes to you unfiltered and uncensored. Both great things, but conducive to dishonest folks trying to scare uninformed voters and folks with their own axes to grind. Watch out for leading questions and think critically. This is the most important election in 80 years. Take your responsibility seriously and don't be mislead by either side.

Go to: http://www.advanceusa.org/candidate_comparisons_2008.asp which allows you to view comparisons of the major candidates of both parties based on 10 issues.

Go to: http://www.thebostonchannel.com/compare-candidates/index.html which allows you to select two candidates and compare them side by side.

Go to: http://www.selectsmart.com/president/2008.html to find which candidate fits your positions on political issues.

Go to: http://www.selectsmart.com/president/2008/comparethem.html where you can also choose two candidates and compare them side by side.

Go to: http://www.vote-usa.org/Default.aspx where you can see Republican candidate comparisons and Democrat candidate comparisons.

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