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Me and stuff about me

Name: Dan

Quest: To seek the Holy Grail

Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow: About 25 miles an hour

Ethniticy: East Slavic

Nationality: Russian

Political test results:

8values: LinkHere. (Moderate Conservative)

9axes-full: LinkHere.

Spekr: 40 Economic, -48 Social, Libertarian Capitalist

Politiscales: LinkHere. (Essentialism-Rehabilitation-Conservatism-Nationalism-Capitalism-Free Market-Productivism-Neutral)

Self-Described views:

Pro: Democracy, Republicanism, Constitutional (But not powerless) Monarchy, limited militarism, nationalism, economic third way, populism, social market, strong industry, judicious protectionism, full sovereignty, nation states, term limits(!!), gun rights, federalism, free speech, public square rules for social media, bilateralism, LGB (And no further!), abortion when necessary, legalized soft drugs, Internet as a utility

Neutral: Trump (No longer leaning pro), social democracy, multilateralism, customs unions, religion,
reactionaries, hard drugs, furries and other weird fetishists as long as they're not in my face (now leaning anti), single-payer-multi-provider

Anti: Communism and most forms of socialism, fascism, racism and most other forms of birth discrimination, globalism, neoliberalism and neoconservatism, hawkish interventionism, political unions of nations, single-payer single-provider, authoritarianism even when it works, mass incarceration, political Islam, Antifa in its current form, Third-Wave Feminists and beyond, the modern social justice movement, the entire press, abortion on demand, redefining words for equality's sake, equality over freedom, BLM, mega-corporations, over 2 genders OR sexes

American Presidential Elections

1796 - Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1800 - Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1804 - Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1808 - James Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1812 - James Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1816 - James Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1820 - James Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1824 - Henry Clay (Democratic-Republican)
1828 - Henry Clay (National Republican)
1832 - Andrew Jackson (Democratic)
1836 - Hugh L. White (Whig)
1840 - Willian Harrison (Whig)
1844 - Henry Clay (Whig)
1848 - Zachary Taylor (Whig)
1852 - Winfield Scott (Whig)
1856 - John C. Frémont (Republican)
1860 - Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
1864 - Abraham Lincoln (National Union)
1868 - Ulysses S. Grant (Republican)
1872 - Ulysses S. Grant (Republican)
1876 - Rutherford B. Hayes (Republican)
1880 - James Garfield (Republican)
1884 - Grover Cleveland (Democratic)
1888 - Benjamin Harrison (Republican)
1892 - Benjamin Harrison (Republican)
1896 - William J. Brian (Democratic)
1900 - William McKinley (Republican)
1904 - Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1908 - William H. Taft (Republican)
1912 - William H. Taft (Republican)
1916 - Charles E. Hughes (Republican)
1920 - Warren G. Harding (Republican)
1924 - Calvin Coolidge (Republican)
1928 - Herbert Hoover (Republican)
1932 - Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1936 - Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1940 - Wendell Willkie (Republican)
1944 - Thomas Dewey (Republican)
1948 - Thomas Dewey (Republican)
1952 - Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
1956 - Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
1960 - John F. Kennedy (Democratic)
1964 - Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic)
1968 - Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)
1972 - Richard Nixon (Republican)
1976 - Gerald R. Ford (Republican)
1980 - Ronald Reagan (Republican)
1984 - Ronald Reagan (Republican)
1988 - George H.W. Bush (Republican)
1992 - Ross Perot (Independent)
1996 - Bob Dole (Republican)
2000 - George W. Bush (Republican)
2004 - John Kerry (Democratic)
2008 - Barack Obama (Democratic)
2012 - Barack Obama (Democratic)
2016 - Donald Trump (Republican)

German Reichstag/Bundestag Elections (1919 Onwards)

1919 - Arthur von Posadowsky-Wehner (DNVP)
1920 - Oskar Hergt (DNVP)
1924 (May) - Gustav Streseman (DVP)
1924 (Dec.) - Gustav Streseman (DVP)
1928 - Gustav Streseman (DVP)
1930 - Alfred Hugenberg (DNVP)
1932 (Jul.) - Ludwig Kaas (Zentrum)
1932 (Nov.) - Ludwig Kaas (Zentrum)
1933 (Mar.) - Ludwig Kaas (Zentrum)
1949 - Konrad Adenauer (CDU/CSU)
1953 - Konrad Adenauer (CDU/CSU)
1957 - Konrad Adenauer (CDU/CSU)
1961 - Konrad Adenauer (CDU/CSU)
1965 - Ludwig Erhard (CDU/CSU)
1969 - Kurt Georg Kiesinger (CDU/CSU)
1972 - Walter Scheel (FDP)
1976 - Helmut Kohl (CDU/CSU)
1980 - Franz-Josef Strauß (CDU/CSU)
1983 - Helmut Kohl (CDU/CSU)
1987 - Helmut Kohl (CDU/CSU)
1990 - Otto Graf Lambsdorff (FDP)
1994 - Klaus Kinkel (FDP)
1998 - Helmut Kohl (CDU/CSU)
2002 - Guido Westerwelle (FDP)
2005 - Guido Westerwelle (FDP)
2009 - Guido Westerwelle (FDP)
2013 - Bernd Lucke (AfD)
2017 - Alexander Gauland (AfD)

German Presidential Elections

1919 - Arthur von Posadowsky-Wehner (DNVP) (And failing that, the Kapp-Putsch!)
1925 - Karl Jarres (DVP), then Hindenburg
1932 - Paul von Hindenburg (Independent)
1949 - Theodor Heuss (FDP)
1954 - Theodor Heuss (FDP)
1959 - Max Becker (FDP)
1964 - Ewald Bucher (FDP)
1969 - Gerhard Schröder (CDU)
1974 - Walter Scheel (FDP)
1979 - Karl Carstens (CDU)
1984 - Richard von Weizsäcker (CDU)
1989 - Richard von Weizsäcker (CDU)
1994 - Roman Herzog (CDU)
1999 - Dagmar Schipanski (CDU)
2004 - Horst Köhler (CDU)
2009 - Horst Köhler (CDU)
2010 - Christian Wulff (CDU)
2012 - Joachim Gauck (Independent)
2017 - Albrecht Glaser (AfD)

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