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« Reply #25 on: November 08, 2011, 06:30:11 pm »
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30 Rock.
Liz - Tell everyone she's voting Obama, then vote for Huntsman.
Jack - Mitt Romney
Tracy - Obama
Jenna - Obama
Kenneth - Rick Perry


Liz would definitely forget to vote after making a big show about how important voting is.

Kenneth is on record saying it's a sin to vote Democrat or Republican

Jack: “If Mr. Bright here told you to vote Republican, would you do it?”
Kenneth: “Oh no, sir. I don’t vote Republican or Democrat. Choosing is a sin, so I just usually write in the Lord’s name.”
Jack: “That’s Republican. We count that.”

Tracy is either a Kucinich voter or a Republican, depending on whom he's talked to last:

“My fellow Black Americans, Dr. King once had a dream. A dream that we all share. To build a 200-foot-high wall to keep Mexico out. And he also hated the estate tax. The Republican Party means less taxes, more guns, and the end of the gun tax.''

Dennis comes out as a Fiscal Liberal, Social Conservative, so what's that, Ahmedinijad?

Jack is way too conservative for Romney. He'd be a Perry or Cain guy. He loves testing poison on gorillas and the like. Moratorium on all regulations, 9% corporate tax rate, that kinda stuff would be like crack to him.

Jack might be ultra-conservative on economic matters, but on social issues, despite being an Irish-Catholic, I don't expect him to be opposed to abortion. Anti-immigrant, probably anti-gay sure, but I don't imagine he, a childless (okay, I'm going off older episodes) womanizer CEO would really care about the debate over whether something is human or merely something to be killed as long as it doesn't come to him asking for child support. Maybe after he has his child, he might change, but until then, I doubt he'd care.
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« Reply #26 on: November 12, 2011, 09:02:04 pm »
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Since people have brought up the Ninja Turtles, here's how I think they'd vote:

Leonardo-Obama
Raphael-Romney
Michaelangelo-Paul
Donatello-Kucinich
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« Reply #27 on: November 12, 2011, 09:07:20 pm »
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I can see Raph as a 2009 Giuliani voter for some reason. Mikey definitely goes for Obama in 2008. Leonardo, the sensible leader, goes for McCain. Not sure how Donatello goes. Probably some technocratic candidate with a devotion to science and environmental issues.
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« Reply #28 on: November 15, 2011, 09:45:56 am »
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The Dark Knight: in 2012

Bruce Wayne: Romney
Harvey Dent: Obama
Rachel Dawes: Obama
Commissioner Gordon: Romney
Alfred Pennyworth: Romney
Sal Maroni: Romney
The Joker: Third Party Candidate/Write-in: Himself
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« Reply #29 on: November 17, 2011, 12:35:34 pm »
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Jack might be ultra-conservative on economic matters, but on social issues, despite being an Irish-Catholic, I don't expect him to be opposed to abortion. Anti-immigrant, probably anti-gay sure, but I don't imagine he, a childless (okay, I'm going off older episodes) womanizer CEO would really care about the debate over whether something is human or merely something to be killed as long as it doesn't come to him asking for child support. Maybe after he has his child, he might change, but until then, I doubt he'd care.

Apparently I was wrong, Jack digs Romney:

Jack Donaghy: I want you on this, Lemon. Those jokes you wrote for my Mitt Romney fundraiser, they were top-notch.
Liz Lemon: Those weren't jokes! That was an appeal for a return to common sense and decency.
Jack Donaghy: Well, they got big laughs.
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« Reply #30 on: November 18, 2011, 07:49:09 pm »
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Stewie would vote for Santorum

Yep, the gay character goes for the gay hater.
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« Reply #31 on: November 19, 2011, 01:49:07 pm »
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South Park -

Cartman: Santorum
Kyle: Obama
Stan: Obama
Kenny: Perry
Ike: Bachmann (he supported McCain IIRC)
Mr. Hankey: Obama

Fun fact: The creators of South Park are Libertarians.
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« Reply #32 on: November 19, 2011, 01:54:50 pm »
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Kenny and Cartman would be Paultards.
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« Reply #33 on: November 23, 2011, 09:43:10 am »
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How I met your mother:

Ted - Probably Democrat
Marshal - Wanna-be good laywer from Minnesota - Democrat
Lily - Artsy New York Girl - Democrat
Robin - Likes guns a lot, would probably be a tory in Canada - Not citizen, can't vote
Barney - Hard one, buisness guy, not big on family values though - Indipendant or doesn't vote
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« Reply #34 on: November 26, 2011, 03:48:29 pm »
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MXC:

Kenny Blankenship-Ron Paul
Vic Romano-Barack Obama
Captain Tenneal-Mitt Romney
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« Reply #35 on: November 28, 2011, 05:27:14 pm »
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Stargate SG1
O'Neill - Most likely an Independent. Doesn't have much love for the 'holier than thou' type politicians based on his opinion of Kinsey, so that cuts out the christian right from the equation. Probably jumps a lot between candidates and parties. Could also see him abstaining, but then again it's been established that he is smarter than he looks.
Carter - Moderate Democrat.
Jackson - Bleeding heart liberal in the early stages of the show, probably takes a more pragmatic stance as the show progresses, but he generally remains left of centre on the major issues.
Teal'c - (Handwaving the fact that he can't vote). Would abstain since he'd consider all the candidates to be too dishonorable for his liking.
Hammond - Gonna guess Republican and probably a McCain supporter.
Jonas - Hmm... this is a tough one since we sadly never did see a lot of him. Gonna say Independent or possibly Democrat based on his fight for détente back on his homeworld.
Mitchell - Republican. I'm getting the feeling that he's not very far to the right on social issues, so I'm placing him as in the McCain/Huntsman/Romney camp.
Landry - Quite frankly, I'm just not sure.
Vala - Probably wouldn't care enough to vote.

Stargate Atlantis
Weir - Established as being against the proliferation of weapons and an anti-war protestor in her youth. Democrat.
Sheppard - Independent.
McKay - Conservative (or possibly Liberal) home in Canada, Democrat in the US.
Beckett - Lib Dem in the UK, Democrat in the US.
Teyla - Not sure.
Ronon - Abstains.
Ford - Not sure.
Keller - I wanna say Democrat, but I'm not sure why...
Woolsey - Registered Independent.

Stargate Universe
Rush - Conservative in the UK, conservative Democrat in the US.
Young - I'm leaning towards saying Republican. Fiscally conservative, social moderate.
Scott - Republican.
Greer - Probably doesn't vote since I don't see him putting much faith in politicians.
Eli - Probably doesn't bother to go voting, but when he does he votes Dem.
Chloe - Her father was a Senator from California which is a pretty liberal place, so I'm going out on a limb by saying that both she and her father are/were Democrats.
TJ - Could go either way.
Wray - Is homosexual which probably rules out Rick Santorum. I'm gonna say that she is a conservative Democrat, fiscally moderate-conservative/social liberal.
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« Reply #36 on: December 05, 2011, 11:55:37 pm »
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Stargate SG1
O'Neill - Most likely an Independent. Doesn't have much love for the 'holier than thou' type politicians based on his opinion of Kinsey, so that cuts out the christian right from the equation. Probably jumps a lot between candidates and parties. Could also see him abstaining, but then again it's been established that he is smarter than he looks.
Carter - Moderate Democrat.
Jackson - Bleeding heart liberal in the early stages of the show, probably takes a more pragmatic stance as the show progresses, but he generally remains left of centre on the major issues.
Teal'c - (Handwaving the fact that he can't vote). Would abstain since he'd consider all the candidates to be too dishonorable for his liking.
Hammond - Gonna guess Republican and probably a McCain supporter.
Jonas - Hmm... this is a tough one since we sadly never did see a lot of him. Gonna say Independent or possibly Democrat based on his fight for détente back on his homeworld.
Mitchell - Republican. I'm getting the feeling that he's not very far to the right on social issues, so I'm placing him as in the McCain/Huntsman/Romney camp.
Landry - Quite frankly, I'm just not sure.
Vala - Probably wouldn't care enough to vote.

Stargate Atlantis
Weir - Established as being against the proliferation of weapons and an anti-war protestor in her youth. Democrat.
Sheppard - Independent.
McKay - Conservative (or possibly Liberal) home in Canada, Democrat in the US.
Beckett - Lib Dem in the UK, Democrat in the US.
Teyla - Not sure.
Ronon - Abstains.
Ford - Not sure.
Keller - I wanna say Democrat, but I'm not sure why...
Woolsey - Registered Independent.

Stargate Universe
Rush - Conservative in the UK, conservative Democrat in the US.
Young - I'm leaning towards saying Republican. Fiscally conservative, social moderate.
Scott - Republican.
Greer - Probably doesn't vote since I don't see him putting much faith in politicians.
Eli - Probably doesn't bother to go voting, but when he does he votes Dem.
Chloe - Her father was a Senator from California which is a pretty liberal place, so I'm going out on a limb by saying that both she and her father are/were Democrats.
TJ - Could go either way.
Wray - Is homosexual which probably rules out Rick Santorum. I'm gonna say that she is a conservative Democrat, fiscally moderate-conservative/social liberal.

I love this. I never got past Season 1 of Atlantis, but I've watched all the seasons of SGU and SG1.

I support everything you wrote. I have no complaints although I think McKay is a liberal, and you're totally right on Eli. TJ, meh, who cares --she didn't. Agree on Wray as well
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« Reply #37 on: December 09, 2011, 09:34:50 pm »
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Also:

Spongebob: No idea
Patrick: Cain (they can relate)
Squidward: Obama (there's no way he isn't a hipster)
Sandy: Perry (Texas)
Mr. Krabs: Romney (do I have to explain?)
Plankton: Paul (the only one who wouldn't let the USDA shut the Chum Bucket down)
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« Reply #38 on: December 16, 2011, 08:25:26 pm »
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South Park -

Cartman: Santorum
Kyle: Obama
Stan: Obama
Kenny: Perry
Ike: Bachmann (he supported McCain IIRC)
Mr. Hankey: Obama

Fun fact: The creators of South Park are Libertarians.
Cartman would write in Hitler.
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« Reply #39 on: December 16, 2011, 09:50:32 pm »
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« Reply #40 on: December 17, 2011, 04:44:38 pm »
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Something different: pony religions. Tongue

Twilight Sparkle: Agnostic (can't scientifically prove God or a lack thereof)
Applejack: Baptist (duh)
Pinkie Pie: BRTD's church (if it's like what I think it's like)
Rarity: Jewish (stereotypical JAP?)
Rainbow Dash: Apatheist (I doubt she'd care about religion)
Fluttershy: Buddhist (dirty hippie)
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« Reply #41 on: December 22, 2011, 12:13:00 am »
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Something different: pony religions. Tongue

Twilight Sparkle: Agnostic (can't scientifically prove God or a lack thereof)
Applejack: Baptist (duh)
Pinkie Pie: BRTD's church (if it's like what I think it's like)
Rarity: Jewish (stereotypical JAP?)
Rainbow Dash: Apatheist (I doubt she'd care about religion)
Fluttershy: Buddhist (dirty hippie)

Aside from the current EQD banner, why would Rarity be Jewish?

And, Fluttershy being one of those New Age or non-scary neo-pagan things might be more fitting, as those are all about nature 'n sh-t.
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« Reply #42 on: December 24, 2011, 02:19:54 pm »
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Agent Mulder - Ron Paul
Agent Scully - Huntsman, maybe Paul in the later seasons
The Lone Gunmen - Ron Paul (duh)
Assistant Director Skinner - Obama
Cigarette-Smoking Man - Has not yet decided who will be elected President.
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« Reply #43 on: December 24, 2011, 10:05:19 pm »
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Something different: pony religions. Tongue

Twilight Sparkle: Agnostic (can't scientifically prove God or a lack thereof)
Applejack: Baptist (duh)
Pinkie Pie: BRTD's church (if it's like what I think it's like)
Rarity: Jewish (stereotypical JAP?)
Rainbow Dash: Apatheist (I doubt she'd care about religion)
Fluttershy: Buddhist (dirty hippie)

Aside from the current EQD banner, why would Rarity be Jewish?


I saw that and thought she seemed a bit of a JAP.
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« Reply #44 on: December 25, 2011, 03:59:18 am »
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Something different: pony religions. Tongue

Twilight Sparkle: Agnostic (can't scientifically prove God or a lack thereof)
Applejack: Baptist (duh)
Pinkie Pie: BRTD's church (if it's like what I think it's like)
Rarity: Jewish (stereotypical JAP?)
Rainbow Dash: Apatheist (I doubt she'd care about religion)
Fluttershy: Buddhist (dirty hippie)

Aside from the current EQD banner, why would Rarity be Jewish?


I saw that and thought she seemed a bit of a JAP.

Good thing I looked up what the hell a "JAP" is.

Also, RBD probably worships Sol Invictus.
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« Reply #45 on: December 27, 2011, 03:56:17 am »
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Homer - wouldn't vote, or would vote for a friend
Marge - Obama
Lisa - Obama (though reluctantly)
Bart - wouldn't vote (though I suspect he might be a Paul fan)
Flanders - Santorum?
Krusty - Romney
Mr. Burns - Romney
Smithers - would tell Burns he'd vote Romney, but would vote Obama.
Apu - dunno, Romney?
Skinner - dunno...he would've voted McCain in 2008 though.
Moe - some Republican.
Comic Book Guy - Paul
Edna - Obama
Hibbert - dunno, but he's a registered Republican

Need better thinking on the others....
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« Reply #46 on: December 27, 2011, 03:57:44 am »
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Seinfeld:

Jerry: Obama
Elaine: Possibly Romney.
George: Obama
Kramer: Ron Paul RELOVEUTION


Doubt Elaine would vote Romney - she's VERY strongly pro-choice, and even broke up with someone because he claimed he was anti-abortion.
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« Reply #47 on: December 27, 2011, 04:37:20 am »
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Homer - wouldn't vote, or would vote for a friend

He did throw out a Haig in '88 t-shirt when the Bushes moved across the road...
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« Reply #48 on: December 27, 2011, 04:45:15 am »
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Homer - wouldn't vote, or would vote for a friend

He did throw out a Haig in '88 t-shirt when the Bushes moved across the road...

He also gave out free 'Stockdale for Veep' t-shirts to each of his 'Mr. Plow' customers...
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« Reply #49 on: December 27, 2011, 06:30:40 am »
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Homer - wouldn't vote, or would vote for a friend

He did throw out a Haig in '88 t-shirt when the Bushes moved across the road...

He also gave out free 'Stockdale for Veep' t-shirts to each of his 'Mr. Plow' customers...

But, of course! And he met Adam West, too!
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