Quote (Ylem122 @ 12 Oct 2012 03:31)
after the argument on religious topics, impretty sure your off topic atleast 20% of the time and atleast 30% of the time you dont fully understand what your quoting but your still willing to argue against it.
so like half the time, your a waste of my time.
given this experience, ive decided to ingnore you rather then waste time futily trying to understand where your coming from, what kind of point your trying to make, and how it relates to the topic at hand.
Thanks, have a nice day.
Azrad has a point.
There are a bunch of "centrist" parties in America that lie directly in the middle of your Left-Right line graph. Libertarians and Authoritarians are both center, but they obviously aren't the same, because they differ greatly on a number of issues that wouldn't swing either party to the left or right.
This concludes that there must
be secondary/tertiary/etc factors that define political parties other than being just "left or right", and that not everything falls neatly on your linear portrayal of the political landscape. I mean, if you have any doubts, you can read through the wikipedia of that page and see why the graphs I posted make more sense than your line graph.