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Title: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Palestine on October 28, 2011, 05:42:23 pm
Rarity -- Romney
Applejack -- Perry
Pinkie Pie -- Paul
Rainbow Dash -- Obama
Fluttershy -- Wouldn't vote
Twilight Sparkle -- Mesplay


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: 20PETE20 on October 28, 2011, 05:45:56 pm
I know she's not one of the six but...

Derpy Hooves - Bachmann

Needed to be done.


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on October 28, 2011, 05:52:37 pm
Rarity-Romney (the hair)
Applejack-Perry (Texas)
Pinkie Pie-Obama (throws those massive birthday parties/fundraisers)
Rainbow Dash-Johnson (athletic thing, plus gay rights)
Fluttershy-I dunno, who's the Green Party candidate gonna be?
Twilight-Obama (government worker)

Though somehow I think only Twilight would give enough of a sh**t about politics to vote. Also, they're horses.


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: Free Palestine on October 28, 2011, 05:55:27 pm
I dunno, who's the Green Party candidate gonna be?

I think Mesplay is the nominee.  Or did they not have their primary yet?


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on October 29, 2011, 08:46:20 am
I dunno, who's the Green Party candidate gonna be?

I think Mesplay is the nominee.  Or did they not have their primary yet?

I think it's later.


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: Mehmentum on October 29, 2011, 09:53:50 pm
Quote
Also, they're horses.


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: LastVoter on October 29, 2011, 10:19:46 pm
This is boring. Hijacking this thread: How about Ninja turtle votes?

Leo: Obama, probably the most liberal turtle.
Ralph: Perry or Santorum
Michelangelo: Green party or alternatively Huntsman.
Donatelo: Obama.


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: MyRescueKittehRocks on November 02, 2011, 10:57:02 pm
Leo:Cain, Bachamann, Santorum
Mikeie: Ron Paul
Raph: Perry, Santorum
Don: Gingrich, Paul,


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: LastVoter on November 02, 2011, 11:18:59 pm
Leo:Cain, Bachamann, Santorum
Mikeie: Ron Paul
Raph: Perry, Santorum
Don: Gingrich, Paul,
I don't think the turtles are a Republican bunch at all.


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: The Professor on November 02, 2011, 11:33:08 pm
I often wonder if some of you are even trying to get girls


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: Jackson on November 03, 2011, 12:37:14 am
Having driven off all the girls from the forums, the now prefer to discuss the sexual fantasies they had regarding anthropomorphic ponies from a TV show targeted towards 5 year old girls.

Do I get an A for my brilliant deductive logic, Professor?



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Bacon King on November 03, 2011, 10:12:36 am
Here, you guys can use this thread to talk about how any set of characters would vote in 2012. I'd assume some other thread like this would come up again eventually anyway, so it might as well all be in one thread.


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on November 03, 2011, 03:03:38 pm
Rarity-Romney (the hair)
Applejack-Perry (Texas)
Pinkie Pie-Obama (throws those massive birthday parties/fundraisers)
Rainbow Dash-Johnson (athletic thing, plus gay rights)
Fluttershy-I dunno, who's the Green Party candidate gonna be?
Twilight-Obama (government worker)

Though somehow I think only Twilight would give enough of a sh**t about politics to vote. Also, they're horses.

Also,

Celestia: Run herself and banish her opponents to the moon
Luna: Santorum (culturally stuck in the 1500s)
Spike: Stewart Alexander (oppressed worker)
Derpy Hooves: Ron Paul (lol)
Apple Bloom: Cain (I dunno)
Sweetie Belle: Romney (I really like his mane!)
Scootaloo: Huntsman (motorcycle badass guy)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Perot ‘92. on November 03, 2011, 06:50:18 pm
Family Guy...
Peter--Vernon Supreme
Lois--Jill Stein
Chris--Herman Cain
Meg--Barack Obama
Stewie--Rick Perry
Brian--Jill Stein or Stewart Alexander
Quaqmire--Rick Santorum
Joe-Rick Perry
Cleveland--Barack Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on November 03, 2011, 06:51:58 pm
I thought of this while watching "That 70's Show", but you can put any show you want on here. Also, yes, I know this has been done before.

Red Foreman: Nixon/Reagan Democrat, now probably staunchly Republican but despises most of the richer variety. As well despises athiests, immigrants, gays, etc. so probably a Republican. Aside from the bigotry, my kind of guy though he'd probably call me a "dumbass".

Kitty Foreman: Wants everyone to get along, much more susceptible to liberalism than Red, but has a strong family values/mother instinct that could keep her voting for the "moral majority" candidates.

Eric Foreman: Cares more about Star Wars than what's on the news channels, but would probably be whipped up like the rest of the nation with Obama for the first few months. Another reason why Red might call him a "dumbass".

Kelso: I remember him wearing a "Jimmy Did It '76" T-shirt, so Democrat it is.

Jackie: Snob Republican, believes in typical gender roles, superiority of the rich, that immigrants play a specific and undesirable role, etc. While definitely not favoring any of the moralistic or masculine aspects of Conservatism, would vote for the candidate that her type of arrogance agrees with.

Steven Hyde: Cynical, fight the power type person, probably a leftist-Libertarian with an individualistic, rugged or otherwise, streak. If not voting either for Obama or a Libertarian, would probably write-in the name of a rock star.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: You kip if you want to... on November 03, 2011, 06:56:12 pm
30 Rock.
Liz - Tell everyone she's voting Obama, then vote for Huntsman.
Jack - Mitt Romney
Tracy - Obama
Jenna - Obama
Kenneth - Rick Perry


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on November 03, 2011, 08:15:30 pm
Stewie would be a Paultard.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on November 03, 2011, 08:46:47 pm
Stewie would be a Paultard.

While he might be "fiscally conservative, socially liberal", Stewie has no love for liberty. I recall he like God because he was "so perfectly evil" if that gives you any insight.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on November 03, 2011, 08:53:40 pm
Ron Paul would give him the liberty to create a private army for global domination. :P


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: sentinel on November 03, 2011, 09:38:20 pm
Stewie would vote for Santorum


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Edgar Suit Larry on November 03, 2011, 09:52:24 pm
Stewie would vote for Santorum
He definitely likes santorum. Anyways, I would say that he would have voted for Rudy Guiliani in the 2008 Primary and probably would have voted for McCain. I think he's a Johnson or Romney voter, but will probably will vote for Obama if its anyone else.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on November 04, 2011, 06:31:12 pm
Yeah, Stewie would be a Giuliani voter. Except the anti-guns part.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Jacobtm on November 05, 2011, 12:45:34 am
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: The Mikado on November 06, 2011, 09:09:05 pm
Seinfeld:

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


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on November 08, 2011, 06:30:11 pm
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: CT27 on November 12, 2011, 09:02:04 pm
Since people have brought up the Ninja Turtles, here's how I think they'd vote:

Leonardo-Obama
Raphael-Romney
Michaelangelo-Paul
Donatello-Kucinich


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on November 12, 2011, 09:07:20 pm
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: NHI on November 15, 2011, 09:45:56 am
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


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Jacobtm on November 17, 2011, 12:35:34 pm

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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dr. Cynic on November 18, 2011, 07:49:09 pm
Stewie would vote for Santorum

Yep, the gay character goes for the gay hater.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: 20PETE20 on November 19, 2011, 01:49:07 pm
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on November 19, 2011, 01:54:50 pm
Kenny and Cartman would be Paultards.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Swedish Austerity Cheese on November 23, 2011, 09:43:10 am
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


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: CT27 on November 26, 2011, 03:48:29 pm
MXC:

Kenny Blankenship-Ron Paul
Vic Romano-Barack Obama
Captain Tenneal-Mitt Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: The Lord Marbury on November 28, 2011, 05:27:14 pm
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: sentinel on December 05, 2011, 11:55:37 pm
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


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on December 09, 2011, 09:34:50 pm
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)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: hawkeye59 on December 16, 2011, 08:25:26 pm
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Palestine on December 16, 2011, 09:50:32 pm
Oh wow my thread got stickied.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on December 17, 2011, 04:44:38 pm
Something different: pony religions. :P

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)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Palestine on December 22, 2011, 12:13:00 am
Something different: pony religions. :P

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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: tpfkaw on December 24, 2011, 02:19:54 pm
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on December 24, 2011, 10:05:19 pm
Something different: pony religions. :P

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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Palestine on December 25, 2011, 03:59:18 am
Something different: pony religions. :P

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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: morgieb on December 27, 2011, 03:56:17 am
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....


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: morgieb on December 27, 2011, 03:57:44 am
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.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Robespierre's Jaw on December 27, 2011, 04:37:20 am
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...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Joe Republic on December 27, 2011, 04:45:15 am
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...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Robespierre's Jaw on December 27, 2011, 06:30:40 am
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!


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Palestine on December 27, 2011, 03:06:01 pm
From Invader Zim...

Zim -- Bachmann
Dib -- Paul
Gaz -- wouldn't vote
Professor Membrane -- Himself
GIR -- Write-in: tacos


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: sentinel on January 03, 2012, 11:27:14 am
From Invader Zim...

Zim -- Bachmann
Dib -- Paul
Gaz -- wouldn't vote
Professor Membrane -- Himself
GIR -- Write-in: tacos


Zim would vote for Paul, Dib for Huntsman


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Palestine on January 03, 2012, 05:53:34 pm
From Invader Zim...

Zim -- Bachmann
Dib -- Paul
Gaz -- wouldn't vote
Professor Membrane -- Himself
GIR -- Write-in: tacos


Zim would vote for Paul, Dib for Huntsman

But Bachmann is the one who wants to destroy the world.

And why would Dib vote for Huntsman?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Hugo Award nominee on January 22, 2012, 07:19:43 pm
細雪

Makioka Tsuruko: Romney
Makioka Tatsuo: Romney
Makioka Sachiko: Roemer
Makioka Teinosuke: Roemer
Makioka Yukiko: Paul
Makioka Taeko: Supreme
Okubata Keisaburo: Gingrich
Itakura: Obama
O-haru: Obama
Itani: Gingrich
Heinz Stolz: Gingrich
Hilda Stolz: Gingrich
Katherine Kyrilenko: Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: CT27 on January 26, 2012, 03:32:50 am
Slight revision of my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles picks earlier in the thread:


Raphael-Romney
Michaelangelo-Paul
Donatello-Obama
Leonardo-Obama
Splinter-Huntsman
April O'Neil-Obama
Casey Jones-Paul
Shredder-Romney
Krang-Santorum


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: izixs on January 27, 2012, 03:10:01 am
In the current state of the race... with ReBoot characters

Bob - Obama (Would view the taking out of bin Laden the same as taking out a virus, else would of gone Romney)
Dot Matrix - Obama
Enzo Matrix - Obama
Matrix - Gingrich
Andraia - Obama
Phong - Romney
Mouse - Paul
Hack and Slash - Santorum and Gingrich
Captain Gavin Capacitor - Paul
Megabyte - Toss up between Obama and Gingrich
Hexadecimal - Paul
Daemon - Santorum
Herr Doktor - Gingrich
Mike the TV - Colbert
Ray Tracer - Obama
Turbo - Obama if not infected, Santorum if under Daemon's control
Al - Cain


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Swedish Austerity Cheese on January 27, 2012, 04:56:32 am
Game of Thrones (First book/season)

Ned Stark - Indipendant - Obama
Catelyn Stark - Indipendant - Obama
Robb Stark - Democrat - Obama
Jon Snow - Democrat - Obama

Tyrion Lannister - Democrat - Obama
Cersei Lannister - Republican - Romney   (She hates Gingrich for obvious reasons)
Jamie Lannister - Republican - Romney
Tywin Lannister - Republican - Romney     (Tywin would be funding his super pacs)

Robert Baratheon - Republican - Gingrich
Stannis Baratheon - Republican - Santorum
Renly Baratheon - Democrat - Obama

Loras Tyrell - Democrat - Obama
Petyr Bealish - Indipendant - Himself
Lysa Arryn - Republican - Santorum            (Big on homeschooling and anti-abortion)
Samwell Tarly - Democrat - Obama
Daenarys Targaryen - Democrat - Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: General White on February 18, 2012, 05:21:22 pm
South Park

Kyle-Obama
Stan-Obama
Cartman-Nazi candidate/Far Right Fringe (if they did not have one wouldnt vote)
Kenny-Obama
Ike-Santorum
Butters-Romney

The Simpsons

Lisa-Obama
Marge-Obama
Bart-Obama & Paul
Homer-Obama
Krusty-Romney
Comic Book Guy-Paul
Apu-Obama
Moe-Gingrich
Mr Burns-Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Pingvin on February 19, 2012, 05:41:13 am
Lisa would most likely vote for Rocky Anderson or Jill Stein.
And Flanders would vote for Santorum.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Tidewater_Wave on March 01, 2012, 12:23:32 am
Stan- no one
Kyle- McCain
Cartman- whoever gave him a job in the administration
Kenny- Palin
Butters- McCain
Gerald- Obama
Randy- Obama
Garrison- McCain

Peter- Obama
Lois- Obama
Meg- Obama
Chris- Obama
Stewie- would try to become dictator instead of voting
Brian- Kucinich
Adam West- write in for Batman
Joe Swanson- Giuliani
Quagmire- Palin
Cleveland- Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Deano1001 on March 22, 2012, 04:45:39 pm
Homer- Voted for Obama in 08' in the show
Marge- Obama
Lisa- Obama, but a Green partier at heart
Bart- Ron Paul
Mr. Burns- Gingrich or maybe Romney
Mr. Smithers- Obama, because Smithers is gay in the show
Ms. Albright- Mitt Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: 20PETE20 on March 27, 2012, 08:15:49 am
Otto - Ron Paul or Gary Johnson


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Phony Moderate on April 08, 2012, 08:51:06 am
Time for some British shows.

EastEnders....(yeah, yeah I know)

Ian Beale - Thatcherite who may have possibly voted Labour in 1997
Phil Mitchell - Right-wing Labourite
Dot Branning - Christian Socialist Labourite
Masood family - Vote Labour but would vote for Galloway if he stood in that area.

Skins (first generation)....

Maxxie - Liberal Democrat or Green
Tony - Liberal Democrat
Anwar - Labour
Chris - Labour
Sid - Labour
Cassie - Conservative
Sketch - Labour
Michelle - Liberal Democrat
Jal - Labour


Title: How will the cast of 30 Rock vote in 2012?
Post by: old timey villain on May 02, 2012, 03:44:44 pm
My predictions

Liz Lemon- votes for Obama out of white guilt. At least that's what she'll tell everyone
Jack Donaghy- Proudly supports Romney as a proud One Percenter
Tracy Jordan- Goes to the polls under the influence and writes in Perot
Jenna Maroney- Will vote for Obama because she believes it's important for celebrities to support Celebrity Presidents
Kenneth Parcell- Writes in God's name, because choosing is a sin


Title: Re: How will the cast of 30 Rock vote in 2012?
Post by: Simfan34 on May 02, 2012, 03:51:20 pm
I thought we had a moratorium on these threads.


Title: Re: How will the cast of 30 Rock vote in 2012?
Post by: old timey villain on May 02, 2012, 04:13:32 pm
If we did I wasn't aware


Title: Re: How will the cast of 30 Rock vote in 2012?
Post by: Хahar 🤔 on May 02, 2012, 04:26:30 pm
Liz Lemon is the most stereotypically liberal character on television (that I watch). Of course she would vote Obama.


Title: Re: How will the cast of 30 Rock vote in 2012?
Post by: 20PETE20 on May 02, 2012, 04:51:32 pm
Obama.


Title: Re: How will the cast of 30 Rock vote in 2012?
Post by: Lief 🐋 on May 02, 2012, 05:02:23 pm
Nah, Liz Lemon would not vote but tell everyone she did.


Title: Re: How will the cast of 30 Rock vote in 2012?
Post by: Cath on May 02, 2012, 05:05:14 pm
We actually have a master thread for this in What-ifs. You can post this there.

Tracy was once inspired by a visit from Richard Nixon in a dream to support the Republicans, and Donaghy had early convinced him thanks to the GOP having Lincoln and loving guns.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Bacon King on May 03, 2012, 07:34:04 pm
We actually have a master thread for this in What-ifs. You can post this there.

Tracy was once inspired by a visit from Richard Nixon in a dream to support the Republicans, and Donaghy had early convinced him thanks to the GOP having Lincoln and loving guns.

Thread relocated and merged. :)

as for the question-

Liz: She would tell everyone she's voting for Obama, yeah, but there's like an eighty percent chance she'd secretly vote Romney
Jack: Mitt Romney's (or his oldest son, Jezba)
Tracy: Dennis Kucinich
Jenna: Obama, yeah
Kenneth: he would write in God's name, but per Jack, "That's Republican. We count those." So, Romney.
Twofer, Pete, Cerie, Frank, Lutz, Grizz, Dot Com: all Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ask_not on May 21, 2012, 10:01:48 pm
charlie  brown_  ron paul
linus- OBAMA
LUCY _BACHMAN


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on June 07, 2012, 07:08:44 pm
Workaholics?

The only one I see with a chance of voting GOP is Ders given his background and his zeal for getting ahead in business.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Perot ‘92. on June 20, 2012, 11:08:35 pm
Here is a cast of characters...the 2012 field. If they didnt run ;)

Romney: Pawlenty
Cain: Gingrich
Gingrich: Cain
Paul: Johnson
Johnson: Paul
Bachmann: Perry
Perry: Newt
Pawlenty: Romney
McCotter: Pawlenty
Huntsman: Romney or Paul
Santorum: Romney because he has no principles and only wants to advance himself.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on July 07, 2012, 01:45:39 pm
Kermit: Obama
Ralph : Obama
Fonzy: Obama
Scooter: Obama

Miss Piggy: Obama
Animal: Romney
Beeker: Romney
Sceeter: Obama
Gonzo: Obama


Foghorn Leghorn Obama
Porky Pig Obama
Bugs Obama
Daffy Obama
Yosimite Sam Romney
Elmer Fudd Obama
Dog: Obama
Tazmanian Devil: Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on July 07, 2012, 01:46:51 pm
Why would Fudd, a hunter, support Obama?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on July 14, 2012, 11:42:50 am
Super Smash Bros.
Mario and Luigi: Working Class New Yorkers. Probably Obama.
Peach: Monarch, likely liberal. Obama again.
Bowser: Himself
Donkey Kong: Obama. If I say why, I'll get infracted.
Diddy Kong: See DK.
Yoshi: Green Party, so he can keep all the fruit fresh.
Wario: Romney obviously.
Link: Johnson, he's the only one who would let Link take all those weapons everwhere.
Zelda: See Peach.
Ganondorf: Himself
Toon Link: See Link.
Samus: Blonde Republican Sex Kitten. Bounty-hunting is right-wing.
Pit: Young. Youngs are liberal. Obama.
Ice Climbers: Occupied with mountain climbing.
R.O.B.: Whoever he's programed to vote for.
Kirby: Eats the machine, becomes Vothing Machine Kirby!
Meta Knight: Romney
King Dededee: Fat King that likes to steal food... Johnson
Captain Olimar: Swing voter in this election. He supports war, as do Obamney.
Fox McCloud: Romney, because of what Obama did to the space program. Gingrich in the Primary.
Falco: Wouldn't vote, just complain about the winner.
Wolf: Himself
Captain Falcon: FALCON VOTE! (For Romney, as racecar drivers tend to be rednecks. Perry in the primary.)
Pikachu: Write in: his Master.
Jigglypuff:Romney, he bores people to sleep.
Lucario:Obama, or whichever party has the mostanimal rights-ish candidate.
Pokemon Trainer: Too Young, Obama if could. Cain in the Primary obviously.
Marth:Romney. Paul in the primary, because Paul had the Vet vote under his belt.
Ike: See Marth.
Ness: Too young, but Probably Obama
Lucas: See Ness
Mr. Game and Watch:Accedently sends himself in the machine.
Snake: See Marth.
Sonic: Johnson, would let Sonic run wherever he wanted


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on July 19, 2012, 11:12:34 am
I've got a great one:  Scrooge McDuck???  I would say Ron Paul or Herman Cain.  One of the stronger fiscal conservatives.
Oh, and one more: Jenny Wakeman (XJ9) from My Life as a Teenage Robot.  My guess would be Mitt Romney.  Anybody who is tough on crime, supports gun rights,  the pipeline,  and drilling offshore/in Alaska.  I could see her supporting Obama though... (of course, she'd be too young to actually vote, since her body was only five years old and she was designed as a 15/16-year old.)  Of course, she probably would also support reforming Skyway Patrol. 
Tell me what you think.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on July 19, 2012, 11:30:16 am
I'm not crazy about SpongeBob, but here's my list for those characters:

SpongeBob: Obama.
Patrick: Obama.
Sandy: Romney, Perry in the primary (since she's from Texas).
Squidward: Obama in a heartbeat (or himself as a write-in.)
Mr. Krabs: Romney, probably Paul or Cain in the primary (and hands down for Ross Perot in '92.)
Pearl: Too young, but Obama if she were old enough.
Plankton: would try to overthrow the government and make himself dictator.  Otherwise, Obama (against competition in private business) or himself as as a write-in.
MermaidMan and BarnacleBoy (RIP Ernest Borgnine): Romney on both counts, to fight crime/EEEEE-VILLLL!

More characters from elsewhere:
Grumpy (from Snow White): Newt Gingrich.
Dr. Mario: Romney (repeal Obamacare)
Donald Duck: Gingrich.
Brad Carbunkle (from MLAATR): Too young to vote, but would be a swing voter (young and thus likely to support Obama but also supports Skyway Patrol.)
Mrs. Wakeman (also from MLAATR): Also a swing voter.  Likely a supporter of strong national defense, but concerned that Republicans are "anti-science".
Misty (MLAATR, not Pokemon): Romney, as she is a ninja and he is probably tougher on crime.
Melody and Vega (MLAATR): Romney for both because of drilling offshore and in Alaska, as well as the pipeline from Canada.
Tuck (MLAATR): Too young to vote, but probably wouldn't anyway.
Sheldon (MLAATR): Too young to vote, but nerdy, so I would guess he'd support either Gingrich or Obama in the primary and Obama in the general.
The Crust Cousins: Obama, because he is the cool, hip, "popular" candidate. (But still too young to vote.)
Kim Possible: Swing voter, but probably Romney because he would be stronger on national defense.
Captain America: Romney, for the same reason, and also to prevent America from becoming a dictatorship akin to Nazi Germany of Fascist Italy.
Mallard Fillmore: any Republican.
Pteresa (MLAATR): Obama, for the same reason as the Crust cousins, though still not old enough to vote.




Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on July 21, 2012, 09:21:15 pm
MLAATR?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Maxwell on July 22, 2012, 12:45:17 am
Bruce Wayne/Batman: Mitt Romney
The Joker: Write-in of himself
Catwoman: Jill Stein
Robin: Barack Obama



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on July 22, 2012, 09:31:09 am
MLAATR?
My Life as a Teenage Robot.  A short-lived cartoon of which I am a HUGE fan.  You might be familiar with it, no?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on July 23, 2012, 01:50:14 pm
Here we go again for the general:

Twilight Sparkle: Obama (government employee)
Applejack: Romney (as long as he's cool with farm subsidies)
Rarity: Lean Romney (small business owner who wants to join the 1%, but certainly socially liberal/Rockefeller Republican)
Pinkie Pie: Johnson ("Three parties are better than two!")
Rainbow Dash: Obama (insert lesbian joke here)
Fluttershy: Stein (pinko)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on July 26, 2012, 09:27:43 am
Rarity: Lean Romney (small business owner who wants to join the 1%, but certainly socially liberal/Rockefeller Republican)
Rockefeller Republican?  Then doesn't that mean he would vote for Obama?  After all, there's really no such thing as a moderate liberal Republican voter anymore.  They're all Democrats now.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Maxwell on July 29, 2012, 08:02:34 pm
Since most of the King of the Hill is fairly conservative, lets do the Republican Primary

Hank Hill: Mitt Romney
Peggy: Rick Santorum
Bobby: Ron Paul
Luanne: Michelle Bachmann
Dale: Ron Paul
Boomhauer: Mitt Romney
Bill: Newt Gingrich
Cotton: Rick Santorum
Buck Strickland: Rick Perry or Herman Cain



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on August 08, 2012, 03:47:56 pm
Popeye: Barack
Olive: Barack
Wimpy: Gary Johnson
Bluto: Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dodger Blue on August 16, 2012, 07:34:11 pm
 Stan: Obama
 Kyle: Obama
 Cartman: Romney
 Kenny: Obama
 Butters: Romney
 


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: renegadedemocrat on August 19, 2012, 11:24:47 pm
Seinfeld:
Jerry: Obama
George: Probably Obama, since he's often unemployed
Elaine: Obama
Kramer: Write in vote for Nader


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on August 25, 2012, 03:58:12 am
All In The Family
Archie: If he even bothered to vote, Virgil Goode Jr. Would have supported Perry and maybe Gingrich in the Republican primaries, but can't see Archie supporting any other prominent Republican in the 2012 race, for the following reasons:
  • Romney - Mormon
  • Huntsman - Mormon
  • Cain - Black
  • Bachmann - Woman
  • Santorum - Catholic of Italian descent
  • Paul - The fact that Paul supports decriminalizing drugs and bringing the troops home, without taking his other policies into account, is enough to put Archie off supporting him.
Edith - Would make her mind up after watching the debates.
Gloria - Obama or Green Party
Mike - Obama or Green Party, I can see Mike in particular angry enough at Obama's performance to make a protest vote.
George - Would support Cain in the primaries, but settle for Romney in the election. Wouldn't be fond of having a "zebra" in the White House.
Louise - Not sure, might be like Edith and watch the debates first.
Lionel - Obama or Green Party
Frank - Obama
Irene - Obama
Barney - Romney

Three's Company
Jack - Obama or Johnson
Janet - Obama
Chrissy - Obama
Cindy - Romney
Terri - Depends on who she thinks has the better health policy.
Mr. Roper - Romney
Mrs. Roper - Might tell Mr. Roper she's voting Romney, but make up her own mind.
Mr. Furley - Romney
Lana - Whoever she fancied more
Larry - Johnson, so his used car dealership didn't get seized.
Mr. Angelino - Romney

Cheers & Frasier
Sam - Can't see him voting to be honest.
Diane - Obama
Coach - Romney maybe? I can see him being more of a Republican than a Democrat though.
Carla - Obama, might vote Republican in a good year for them.
Norm - Whoever cuts taxes on alcohol, so out of the current crop of candidates, Johnson.
Cliff - Romney, especially with Romney hailing from Massachusetts.
Frasier - Obama
Woody - Whoever his folks back in Hanover are voting for.
Lilith - Obama
Gary - Whoever has a more favourable opinion, just to rub it in Sam's face
Rebecca - Bachmann in the primary, Romney in the election.
Kelly - Romney
Robin - Romney
Martin - Cain, Perry or Gingrich in the primary, Romney in the election.
Niles - Obama
Roz - Not sure, Obama maybe?
Daphne - Obama, I can see her being a Labour or Lib Dem voter back in the UK too.
Bulldog - Romney
Kenny - Romney
Gil - Maybe Romney?
Noel - Whoever likes Star Trek more.

Married... with Children
Al - See Norm in my Cheers & Frasier entry.
Peggy - Obama, in hope for more welfare money that she can spend on home shopping and bon-bons.
Kelly - Whoever looked better to her
Bud - Obama
Steve - Swing voter
Marcy - Romney
Jefferson - See Peggy.
Griff - Cain in the primary, Romney in the election.
Peggy's relatives in Wanker County - Whoever didn't bother them.
Rest of the No Ma'am group - Anyone that isn't Bachmann

Family Ties
Steve & Elyse - Obama or Green Party, much like Mike and Gloria from All in the Family, I can see them being angry enough with the Obama administration to do a protest vote. However, the Keatons live in swinging Ohio, not safe Democratic New York. As a result, Steve and Elyse might vote Obama just to keep the Republicans out.
Alex - Romney, although he would have supported Cain or Paul in the primaries.
Mallory - Whoever she thought was the best looking, much like Kelly from Married... with Children. Can see her preferring a Republican though.
Jen - Obama
Andy - Same as Alex, if his young self is an indication of what he'll be like as an adult.
Skippy - Whoever Mallory is voting for.

Love Thy Neighbour (UK show)
Eddie - BNP, having been expelled from the Labour party in the 1990s.
Joan - Labour
Bill - Conservative
Barbie - Conservative or Lib Dem
Arthur - Conservative or UKIP
Jacko - Labour
Nobby - Labour

Dad's Army (UK show)
Capt. Mainwairing - UKIP, Conservative if they had the right candidate
Sgt. Wilson - Conservative
Lance Cpl. Jones - Labour
Pvt. Frazer - Labour
Pvt. Walker - Most likely wouldn't vote, if he did, UK Pirate Party.
Pvt.  Godfrey - Conservative
Pvt. Pike - Lib Dem or Conservative
ARP Warden Hodges - Conservative
Mrs. Pike - Lib Dem
Mrs. Fox - Labour

Since most of the King of the Hill is fairly conservative, lets do the Republican Primary

Hank Hill: Mitt Romney
Peggy: Rick Santorum
Bobby: Ron Paul
Luanne: Michelle Bachmann
Dale: Ron Paul
Boomhauer: Mitt Romney
Bill: Newt Gingrich
Cotton: Rick Santorum
Buck Strickland: Rick Perry or Herman Cain


Mr. Libertarian, I think Hank would support Perry, not Romney in the Republican primary. Also, Dale wouldn't vote, as he drives to Mexico on election day. If he did vote, yes, he would be a Paul supporter.

I'm not crazy about SpongeBob, but here's my list for those characters:

SpongeBob: Obama.
Patrick: Obama.
Sandy: Romney, Perry in the primary (since she's from Texas).
Squidward: Obama in a heartbeat (or himself as a write-in.)
Mr. Krabs: Romney, probably Paul or Cain in the primary (and hands down for Ross Perot in '92.)
Pearl: Too young, but Obama if she were old enough.
Plankton: would try to overthrow the government and make himself dictator.  Otherwise, Obama (against competition in private business) or himself as as a write-in.
MermaidMan and BarnacleBoy (RIP Ernest Borgnine): Romney on both counts, to fight crime/EEEEE-VILLLL!

Oldiesfreak1854, I think Plankton would support Paul, then Johnson, as they're the only ones, especially Paul, that wouldn't shut the Chum Bucket down.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Pingvin on August 25, 2012, 09:18:58 am
Something says me that Dale from the KOTH would vote for Goode or some other minor right-winger in the general election.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: NHI on August 25, 2012, 09:46:43 am
The Big Bang Theory:

Sheldon: Obama or write-in himself
Leonard: Obama
Howard: Obama
Raj: Obama or Gary Johnson
Penny: Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on August 25, 2012, 12:14:02 pm
Something says me that Dale from the KOTH would vote for Goode or some other minor right-winger in the general election.

Spot on, whether he would vote for Goode or Johnson is the question though. As I pointed out earlier though, Dale drives down to Mexico on election day.

I'd also like to add the voting habits of another couple of TV shows:

It Ain't Half Hot Mum (UK show)

Bearer Rangi Ram: Labour
Sgt. Major Tudor Brynne "Shut Up" Williams: BNP or Plaid Cymru
Bombardier Solomons: Labour Conservative (given their stronger support for Israel)
Gunner/Bombardier "Gloria" Beaumont: Labour
Gunner Harold "Lofty" Sugden: Labour
Colonel Charles Reynolds: Conservative or UKIP
Captain Jonathan Ashwood: Conservative
Gunner Nigel "Parky" Parkins: Conservative
Gunner Jonathan "La-di-da" Graham: Liberal Democrat
Gunner "Atlas" Mackintosh: SNP
Char Wallah Mohammed: Labour
Punkah Wallah Rumzan: Labour
Gunner "Nosher" Evans: Conservative
Gunner "Nobby" Clark: Whoever he could relate to the most.

Night Court

Harry: Obama
Lana: Obama
Billie: Obama
Christine: Obama
Dan: Johnson
Liz: Obama? She wasn't on the show long enough to tell.
Mack: Cain in the primary, Romney in the election.
Bull: Whoever he could relate to the most.
Selma: Johnson or Goode
Flo: Romney
Roz: Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: 20PETE20 on August 31, 2012, 11:31:14 am
KOTH for the GOP Primary (with the original candidates):

Hank - Rick Perry
Peggy - Rick Perry
Dale - Ron Paul
Boomhauer - Michele Bachmann
Bill - Newt Gingrich
Bobby - Rick Perry
Luanne - Mitt Romney
Buck - Mitt Romney
Cotton - Newt Gingrich


Title: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: A-Bob on September 20, 2012, 08:28:11 pm
Homer Simpson
Marge Simpson
Bart Simpson
Lisa Simpson
Maggie Simpson
Grandpa Simpson
Nelson
Comic book guy
Ned Flanders
Todd Flanders
Rod Flanders
Chief Wiggum
Ralph Wiggum
Monty Burns
Mr. Smithers
Fat Tony
Snake
Hans Moleman
Duffman
Dr. Nick Riveria
Edna Krabappel
Lionel Hutz
Professor Frink
Mayor Joe Quimby
Captain Horatio McCallister
Patty
Selma
Otto Mann
Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel
Lenny
Carl
Barney
Moe
Willie
Superintendent Chalmers
Principle Skinner
Apu
Milhouse
Krusty the Clown


Title: Re: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: A-Bob on September 20, 2012, 08:32:21 pm
Homer Simpson- Romney
Marge Simpson- Obama
Bart Simpson- Obama
Lisa Simpson- Stein
Maggie Simpson- Romney
Grandpa Simpson- Romney
Nelson- Obama
Comic book guy- Obama
Ned Flanders- Romney
Todd Flanders- Romney
Rod Flanders- Romney
Chief Wiggum- Romney
Ralph Wiggum- Obama
Monty Burns- Romney
Mr. Smithers- Romney
Fat Tony- Romney
Snake- Obama
Hans Moleman- Romney
Duffman- Romney
Dr. Nick Riveria- Johnson
Edna Krabappel- Obama
Lionel Hutz- Obama
Professor Frink- Romney
Mayor Joe Quimby- Obama
Captain Horatio McCallister- Obama
Patty- Johnson
Selma- Obama
Otto Mann- Johnson
Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel- Paul
Lenny- Romney
Carl- Obama
Barney- Obama
Moe- Romney
Willie- Obama
Superintendent Chalmers- Romney
Principle Skinner- Obama
Apu- Romney
Milhouse- Obama
Krusty the Clown- Johnson


Title: Re: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: 20PETE20 on September 20, 2012, 08:35:01 pm
they're cartoon characters


Title: Re: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: Thomas D on September 20, 2012, 08:36:49 pm
We have a thread for these things:

https://uselectionatlas.org/FORUM/index.php?topic=142908.0


Title: Re: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: Phony Moderate on September 20, 2012, 08:42:48 pm
Homer Simpson - Wait, so there's another Homer Simpson on the show? :P Romney, as the clip showed.
Marge Simpson - She's stated that she voted for Carter twice, and is a big supporter of the Democratic Governor of the state that Springfield is in. So Obama.
Bart Simpson - Rebellious and sometimes a conspiracy theorist. Either Gary Johnson or Jeff Boss.
Lisa Simpson - Staunch environmentalist, gay rights activist and pacifistic. Probably Jill Stein.
Maggie Simpson - Very fond of guns, it seems. Virgil Goode?
Grandpa Simpson - Has bashed the Democrats numerous times on the show. Romney.
Nelson - Johnson
Comic book guy - Johnson
Ned Flanders - Write-in: Bachmann
Todd Flanders - Him and his brother are strongly implied to be gay in a futuristic episode. Probably Obama.
Rod Flanders - See above.
Chief Wiggum - Romney
Ralph Wiggum - Boss
Monty Burns - Romney (most obvious one yet!).
Mr. Smithers - Would tell Mr. Burns that he's a Romney supporter, but would in fact vote for Obama.
Fat Tony - Romney
Snake - Johnson
Hans Moleman - Always needs healthcare. Obama.
Duffman - Romney
Dr. Nick Riveria - Johnson
Edna Krabappel - Obama
Lionel Hutz - Romney
Professor Frink - Obama
Mayor Joe Quimby - Obama (he's a Democrat).
Captain Horatio McCallister - Romney
Patty - Obama (she's a lesbian).
Selma - Romney (because he's the best looking candidate).
Otto Mann  - Johnson
Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel - Romney
Lenny - Obama
Carl - Obama
Barney - Obama
Moe - Obama
Willie - Obama (he's Scottish).
Superintendent Chalmers - Romney
Principle Skinner - Romney
Apu - Obama
Milhouse - Johnson
Krusty the Clown - Romney


Title: Re: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on September 22, 2012, 02:07:51 am
Homer Simpson - Wait, so there's another Homer Simpson on the show? :P Romney, as the clip showed.
Marge Simpson - She's stated that she voted for Carter twice, and is a big supporter of the Democratic Governor of the state that Springfield is in. So Obama.
Bart Simpson - Rebellious and sometimes a conspiracy theorist. Either Gary Johnson or Jeff Boss.
Lisa Simpson - Staunch environmentalist, gay rights activist and pacifistic. Probably Jill Stein.
Maggie Simpson - Very fond of guns, it seems. Virgil Goode?
Grandpa Simpson - Has bashed the Democrats numerous times on the show. Romney.
Nelson - Johnson
Comic book guy - Johnson
Ned Flanders - Write-in: Bachmann
Todd Flanders - Him and his brother are strongly implied to be gay in a futuristic episode. Probably Obama.
Rod Flanders - See above.
Chief Wiggum - Romney
Ralph Wiggum - Boss
Monty Burns - Romney (most obvious one yet!).
Mr. Smithers - Would tell Mr. Burns that he's a Romney supporter, but would in fact vote for Obama.
Fat Tony - Romney
Snake - Johnson
Hans Moleman - Always needs healthcare. Obama.
Duffman - Romney
Dr. Nick Riveria - Johnson
Edna Krabappel - Obama
Lionel Hutz - Romney
Professor Frink - Obama
Mayor Joe Quimby - Obama (he's a Democrat).
Captain Horatio McCallister - Romney
Patty - Obama (she's a lesbian).
Selma - Romney (because he's the best looking candidate).
Otto Mann  - Johnson
Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel - Romney
Lenny - Obama
Carl - Obama
Barney - Obama
Moe - Obama
Willie - Obama (he's Scottish).
Superintendent Chalmers - Romney
Principle Skinner - Romney
Apu - Obama
Milhouse - Johnson
Krusty the Clown - Romney


Good analysis of The Simpsons characters, Mitt Montgomery Burns!


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: renegadedemocrat on September 29, 2012, 11:42:42 pm
King of Queens:

Doug: Obama (union at IPS)
Carrie: Swing voter, leans Obama because of social issues
Arthur: Write-in for Ron Paul
Deacon: Obama
Spence: Obama
Danny: Obama
Richie: Romney
Holly: Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Buh her emails! on October 05, 2012, 11:36:32 pm
Mortal Kombat

Liu-Kang- Obama
Johnny Cage-Def Obama(Douche moviestar)
Sonia Blade-Romney
Jax-Obama
Shang Tsung-Paul
Shao Kahn-Write In Himself


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Spanish Moss on October 17, 2012, 05:54:25 am
The Joker: Write-in of himself

Something tells me he'd write in Vermin Supreme.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Phony Moderate on November 09, 2012, 12:14:13 am
Breaking Bad:

Walt - Johnson
Skyler - Obama
Jesse - Johnson
Walt Jr. - Obama
Hank - Romney
Marie - Obama
Gus - Romney
Mike - Romney
Saul - Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Right to Life on November 18, 2012, 05:32:03 am
American Dad

Stan Smith-Mitt Romney
Francine Smith-None
Steve Smith-Mitt Romney
Toshi-Obama
Barry-Santorum
Snot-Johnson
Haley-Stein
Roger-Johnson(Primaries Ron Paul)


Title: Re: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: Right to Life on November 18, 2012, 05:43:20 am
Homer Simpson-Romney
Marge Simpson-Obama
Bart Simpson-Obama
Lisa Simpson-Obama or Stein
Maggie Simpson-Obama
Grandpa Simpson-Write In Eisenhower
Nelson-Johnson
Comic book guy-Johnson
Ned Flanders-Romney
Todd Flanders-Romney
Rod Flanders-Romney
Chief Wiggum-Romney(swing voter)
Ralph Wiggum-Andre Barnett
Monty Burns-Mitt Romney
Mr. Smithers-Johnson
Fat Tony-Mitt Romney
Snake-Johnson
Hans Moleman-Romney
Duffman-Romney
Dr. Nick Riveria-Obama
Edna Krabappel-Obama
Lionel Hutz
Professor Frink-Obama
Mayor Joe Quimby-Obama
Captain Horatio McCallister-Obama
Patty-Obama
Selma-Obama
Otto Mann-Johnson
Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel-Goode
Lenny-Obama
Carl-Obama
Barney-Johnson
Moe-Johnson
Superintendent Chalmers-Obama
Principle Skinner-Obama
Apu-Obama
Milhouse-Obama
Krusty the Clown-Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Right to Life on November 18, 2012, 05:46:48 am
Ed Edd N Eddy

Eddy-Johnson/Paul(government of his back for his scams would vote Johnson but be a Extreme Paul supporter)
Ed-Johnson/Paul
Edd-Johnson/Paul
Kevin-Romney
Jonny2x4-Obama
Nazz-Obama
Jimmy-Obama
Rolf-Obama
Sarah-Romney
The Kankers-Goode

South Park

Kenny McCormick-Obama
Kyle-Obama or Paul
Stan-Obama or Paul
Wendy-Stein
Craig Tucker-Paul/Johnson
Clyde Donavan-Romney
Eric Cartman-Merlin Miller(hes a far right racist neo nazi idiot)
Randy Marsh-Obama
Gerald Broflovski-Obama
Shelia Broflovski-Obama
Butters Stoch-Romney
Tweek Tweek-Paul/Johnson
Jimmy Valmer-Obama
Timmy-Paul/Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: politicus on November 22, 2012, 05:30:23 pm
King of Queens:

Doug: Obama (union at IPS)
Carrie: Swing voter, leans Obama because of social issues
Arthur: Write-in for Ron Paul
Deacon: Obama
Spence: Obama
Danny: Obama
Richie: Romney
Holly: Obama
Arthur is a socialist and very pro-union. He would never vote Ron Paul. I would say he is a Rocky Anderson supporter or he would write in some obscure Socialist candidate.

Friends

Rachel: Romney
Monica: Obama
Ross: Obama
Chandler: Obama
Phoebe: Jill Stein
Joey: Wouldnt vote


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: k-onmmunist on November 22, 2012, 05:53:58 pm
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


nah, i reckon the joker would be a paultard ;)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on December 10, 2012, 10:58:49 am
Oldiesfreak1854, I think Plankton would support Paul, then Johnson, as they're the only ones, especially Paul, that wouldn't shut the Chum Bucket down.
Wouldn't Obama try to shut the Chum Bucket down?  I have a feeling that Plankton would be a card-carrying member of the Communist Party USA.

Oh, and on MLAATR, as I think about it more, I could see Sheldon supporting Paul too.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: sentinel on December 12, 2012, 11:13:48 am
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


nah, i reckon the joker would be a paultard ;)

The Joker would write "Bye bye" as a write-in and as he walked away he would yell "bye bye" and the place would blow.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DreamTheater on December 20, 2012, 12:28:31 am
Seinfeld
Jerry: Obama
George: Swing voter
Elaine: Obama
Kramer: Paul/Johnson


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DreamTheater on December 20, 2012, 12:32:47 am
That 70s Show:
Eric: Swing voter
Donna: Obama
Fez: Obama
Jackie: Romney
Hyde: Paul/Johnson
Kelso: Wouldn't vote
Randy: Obama
Red: Romney
Kitty: Obama
Bob: Swing voter
Midge: Obama
Leo: Paul/Johnson


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on December 30, 2012, 03:05:03 pm
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
Dee: Obama, would've supported Hillary in 2008.
Dennis: Obama, or no vote, "Who do I want? The Republican that's blasting me in the ass or the Democrat that's blasting me in the ass?"
Mac: Romney
Charlie: We vote in this country?
Frank: Wouldn't vote, or maybe Johnson, given his love for money and his blatant hedonism. Would definitely never support Hillary, "she hates freedom!" but he did once get a bailout, so you never know.

Cricket: Not allowed to vote, no residence, etc.
Carmen: Obama, of course
The McPoyles: Whoever the pro-incest ticket is.
The Lawyer: Obama, methinks
The Waitress: Obama, methinks

Other recurring characters listed here: http://itsalwayssunny.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Recurring_characters Couldn't think of any others to give voting records to.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: dudeabides on December 30, 2012, 04:35:52 pm
Cheers
Sam - Obama
Woody - Obama
Norm - Romney
Cliff - Romney
Frasier - Obama
Rebecca - Romney
Diane - Obama
Carla - Romney
Lillith - Romney


Frasier
Frasier - Obama
Niles - Romney
Martin - Romney
Daphne - Obama
Roz - Romney
Bull Dog - Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Endy on December 31, 2012, 10:26:38 pm
what about Parks and Rec.?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on January 03, 2013, 06:13:47 pm
Cheers
Sam - Obama
Woody - Obama
Norm - Romney
Cliff - Romney
Frasier - Obama
Rebecca - Romney
Diane - Obama
Carla - Romney
Lillith - Romney


Frasier
Frasier - Obama
Niles - Romney
Martin - Romney
Daphne - Obama
Roz - Romney
Bull Dog - Romney

What makes you think Woody would vote Obama, and Niles and Roz vote Romney?


Title: Re: So Homer voted...who do you think the rest of the cast votes for?
Post by: Edgar Suit Larry on January 04, 2013, 02:43:08 pm
Homer Simpson - Wait, so there's another Homer Simpson on the show? :P Romney, as the clip showed.
Marge Simpson - She's stated that she voted for Carter twice, and is a big supporter of the Democratic Governor of the state that Springfield is in. So Obama.
Bart Simpson - Rebellious and sometimes a conspiracy theorist. Either Gary Johnson or Jeff Boss.
Lisa Simpson - Staunch environmentalist, gay rights activist and pacifistic. Probably Jill Stein.
Maggie Simpson - Very fond of guns, it seems. Virgil Goode?
Grandpa Simpson - Has bashed the Democrats numerous times on the show. Romney.
Nelson - Johnson
Comic book guy - Johnson
Ned Flanders - Write-in: Bachmann
Todd Flanders - Him and his brother are strongly implied to be gay in a futuristic episode. Probably Obama.
Rod Flanders - See above.
Chief Wiggum - Romney
Ralph Wiggum - Boss
Monty Burns - Romney (most obvious one yet!).
Mr. Smithers - Would tell Mr. Burns that he's a Romney supporter, but would in fact vote for Obama.
Fat Tony - Romney
Snake - Johnson
Hans Moleman - Always needs healthcare. Obama.
Duffman - Romney
Dr. Nick Riveria - Johnson
Edna Krabappel - Obama
Lionel Hutz - Romney
Professor Frink - Obama
Mayor Joe Quimby - Obama (he's a Democrat).
Captain Horatio McCallister - Romney
Patty - Obama (she's a lesbian).
Selma - Romney (because he's the best looking candidate).
Otto Mann  - Johnson
Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel - Romney
Lenny - Obama
Carl - Obama
Barney - Obama
Moe - Obama
Willie - Obama (he's Scottish).
Superintendent Chalmers - Romney
Principle Skinner - Romney
Apu - Obama
Milhouse - Johnson
Krusty the Clown - Romney


Good analysis of The Simpsons characters, Mitt Montgomery Burns!


So Springfield probably barely went for Obama but Romney probably did much better than McCain.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on January 04, 2013, 02:48:48 pm
what about Parks and Rec.?

Mostly Democrats but for Ron Swanson, who would either refuse to vote on principle, or otherwise likely support Johnson. However Pawnee as a whole would likely go Romney.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Endy on January 04, 2013, 02:54:41 pm
what about Parks and Rec.?

Mostly Democrats but for Ron Swanson, who would either refuse to vote on principle, or otherwise likely support Johnson. However Pawnee as a whole would likely go Romney.

It was obvious that Swanson would vote libertarian, I was wondering about people like Tom, Knope, and some of the other people. I would've never guessed that Pawnee would vote Romney! (I was actually didn't know how they would vote)

I wonder how Eureka and Warehouse 13 would have voted... hmn...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on January 31, 2013, 04:48:00 pm
ALF
Willie: He lives in suburban SoCal and works at social services.  Obama.
Kate: Seems like the classic suburban soccer mom, so Obama.
Raquel Ochmonek: Could see her voting either way, but my guess would be Obama.
Trevor Ochmonek: Romney (most likely--he's a Korean War veteran, and he strikes me as fitting the stereotype of a conservative more.)
Alf: Ineligibile to vote since he's an alien, but would probably write himself in.
Lynn: Not sure whether she was old enough to vote on the show, but she would be now.  If she stayed the same in that time, then probably Obama.  If she matured a bit, though, I could see her going for Romney.
Brian: Definitely not old enough to vote on the show, but also would be now.  Again, probably Obama.

A side note: Willie and Kate, by nature of being suburbanites in Southern California, probably would have voted mostly Republican until 1992, and Democrat from 1992 onward.  Of course, the show ended in 1990, so I guess they would've still been friendly to the GOP at that time.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Socialist Mod Stands with ProudWhatsHisName on January 31, 2013, 05:43:56 pm
MLAATR?
My Life as a Teenage Robot.  A short-lived cartoon of which I am a HUGE fan.  You might be familiar with it, no?

Ah, your creepy obsession.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: badgate on January 31, 2013, 05:49:03 pm
Breaking Bad:

Walt - Johnson
Skyler - Obama
Jesse - Johnson
Walt Jr. - Obama
Hank - Romney
Marie - Obama
Gus - Romney
Mike - Romney
Saul - Obama


I strongly disagree with Gus.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: MattVT on February 01, 2013, 08:16:06 pm
Seinfeld
Jerry:Obama
Elaine:Obama
George:Romney
Kramer:Paul
Newman:Obama (Mailman federally employed)

Frasier
Frasier:Obama
Niles:Obama
Roz:Romney
Daphney:Obama
Marty:Romney
Bull Dog:Romney
Eddie: Gary Johnson

Spongebob:
Spongebob:Write in for Patrick
Patrick:Write in for Goofey Goober
Squidward:Obama (Very cultural guy)
Mr.Krabs:Romney
Sandy: Would initially back Rick Perry, but would vote for Romney.
Plankton: Ron Paul write in

Psych
Shawn:Romney (He'd like his hair)
Gus:Obama
Juliet:Obama
Henry:Romney
Lassie:Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on February 01, 2013, 08:22:23 pm
Seinfeld
Jerry:Obama
Elaine:Obama
George:Romney
Kramer:Paul
Newman:Obama (Mailman federally employed)

I think you mean Bill Clinton. ;)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: MattVT on February 01, 2013, 08:38:00 pm
Seinfeld
Jerry:Obama
Elaine:Obama
George:Romney
Kramer:Paul
Newman:Obama (Mailman federally employed)

I think you mean Bill Clinton. ;)
Yeah but I meant now, well of course who knows if they ever got out of jail :)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on February 02, 2013, 10:11:14 am
Sanford & Son

Fred: Herman Cain in the primary, Romney in the election. Alternatively, write-in himself.
Lamont: Obama
Donna: Swing voter
Rollo: Obama
Grady: Romney
Bubba: Romney
Aunt Esther: Romney
Julio: Obama
Ah Chew: Obama
Officer Smitty: Obama
Officer Hoppy: Romney
Officer Swanny: Romney


Growing Pains

Jason: Obama, would have voted for Reagan in 1984 though and Republican in Congressional/Senatorial races until sometime in the 1990s.
Maggie: Obama, although a bit more liberal than Jason regarding her voting history.
Mike: Obama/write-in himself if he had the same mindset he had on the show, would lean Romney/Republican nowadays.
Carol: Obama, would find Republicans to be way too anti-intellectual nowadays.
Ben: Seems to be a bit of an outcast in the later years and in the reunion movies, most likely independent/third party, or write-in himself.
Chrissy: Hard to tell, considering she was only 7 when Growing Pains ended in 1992. Given what she was like in the reunion movies though, Obama.
Kate: Romney
Julie: Write in Mike or herself
Boner: Write-in Mike
Eddie: Write-in Mike
Stinky Sullivan: Write-in Ben
Dwight: Obama
Principal DeWitt: Romney
Coach Lubbock: Romney
Mr. Tedesco: Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sec. of State Superique on February 13, 2013, 09:47:51 pm
The Big Bang Theory

Sheldon: Romney or Johnson
Leonard: Obama
Koothrappali: Obama
Howard: swing (oh yeah!) voter
Penny: Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Edgar Suit Larry on February 17, 2013, 08:26:33 pm
what about Parks and Rec.?

Mostly Democrats but for Ron Swanson, who would either refuse to vote on principle, or otherwise likely support Johnson. However Pawnee as a whole would likely go Romney.

It was obvious that Swanson would vote libertarian, I was wondering about people like Tom, Knope, and some of the other people. I would've never guessed that Pawnee would vote Romney! (I was actually didn't know how they would vote)

I wonder how Eureka and Warehouse 13 would have voted... hmn...

Knope is definitely a Hillary fan and probably came warm and stayed warm to Obama but probably likes Diamond Joe better.

I think Girgich would vote Republican but I think everyone else would vote Democrat, except for Swanson who would vote for Johnson. ...though Andy and April would probably forget to vote.



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on March 03, 2013, 11:09:39 am
Huxtables

Cliff doctor romney
Clare lawyer obama
Sandra lawyer obama
Elvin doctor romney
Denise school teacher obama
Martin active duty personnel romney
Theo school teacher obama
Vanesa obama
Rudy obama
Olivia obama

But having said that all in real life except cosby voted for obama and maybe bonet.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Endy on March 03, 2013, 11:20:11 am
what about Parks and Rec.?

Mostly Democrats but for Ron Swanson, who would either refuse to vote on principle, or otherwise likely support Johnson. However Pawnee as a whole would likely go Romney.

It was obvious that Swanson would vote libertarian, I was wondering about people like Tom, Knope, and some of the other people. I would've never guessed that Pawnee would vote Romney! (I was actually didn't know how they would vote)

I wonder how Eureka and Warehouse 13 would have voted... hmn...

Knope is definitely a Hillary fan and probably came warm and stayed warm to Obama but probably likes Diamond Joe better.

I think Girgich would vote Republican but I think everyone else would vote Democrat, except for Swanson who would vote for Johnson. ...though Andy and April would probably forget to vote.



Yeah, but remember Girigch forgot to vote for Knope on election day? Yeah Andy might write in something like Mouse-Rat... XD and April would probably write in the Moon...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Undecided Voter in the Midwest on March 08, 2013, 07:35:18 pm
Mystery Science Theater 3000

Joel: Obama
Mike: Romney
Tom Servo: Obama
Crow T. Robot: Johnson
Dr. F: Romney
TV's Frank: Obama
Pearl: Stein
Brain Guy: himself, then uses his brain power to rig the machines and win


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on March 22, 2013, 08:16:44 am
Harry Potter (might update with more characters in the future)

Harry Potter: Labour
James & Lily Potter: Labour
Sirius Black: Labour-Tory swing voter, probably stayed Labour in 2010.
Ron Weasley: Labour
Hermione Granger: Liberal Democrat
Draco: BNP
Voldemort: BNP
Uncle Vernon: Conservative, maybe UKIP from 2010
Aunt Petunia: Conservative
Dudley Dursley: Conservative
Ginny Weasley: Labour
Neville Longbottom: Not sure
Crabbe & Goyle: A bit absent-minded, would probably follow Draco's lead and vote BNP.
Colin Creevey: Swing voter
Remainder of the Weasley family: Labour, with the exception of Percy and Bill, who would be Liberal Democrats, and Charlie, who I can see being a Labour/Liberal Democrat/Green swing voter.
Fleur Delacour: PS when in France, Labour/Liberal Democrat when in the UK.
Remainder of the Malfoy family: BNP

Hogwarts staff
Albus Dumbledore: Labour
Mr. Filch: Not sure, maybe a Labour-Tory swing voter?
Professor Flitwick: Not sure
Rubeus Hagrid: Labour
Professor McGonagall: Conservative
Professor Snape: Conservative
Professor Sprout: Lib Dem

Hogwarts House Founders
Godric Gryffindor: Labour
Helga Hufflepuff: Liberal Democrat
Rowena Ravenclaw: Conservative
Salazar Slytherin: BNP


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Stranger in a strange land on March 22, 2013, 08:34:57 am
The Big Bang Theory

Sheldon: Romney or Johnson
Leonard: Obama
Koothrappali: Obama
Howard: swing (oh yeah!) voter
Penny: Obama

Howard would vote Obama, and Sheldon would be a Paulite. That is if he believes in doing silly things like voting.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on April 04, 2013, 04:37:15 pm
Now loading

Kids Next Door Mission

Operation

V.O.T.I.N.G.

Victory
Of
The
Interesting
Nefarious
Guy

Yes, they're too young, but anyway.

1/Nigel: Libertarian (Conspiracist)
2/Hoagie: Democrat  (Fat slob, but still smart)
3/Kuki: Democrat (They both support rainbow things)
4/Wally: Republican (The team fighter)
5/Abby: Democrat (duh.)
Tommy: Libertarian (He wants to 'work alone')
Cree: Democrat (Duh.)
Chad: Swing voter (Hawkish, but crossdresses)
Mr. Boss: Whoever gets the most money for him, most likely Romney. (Corperate Executive)
Knightbrace: Democrat (Dentist that wants to give all kids healthy teeth)
Count Sparkulot: Libertarian (So he can spank kids freely)
Soccer Mom: Republican (Duh.)
86/Fanny: Democrat (Feminist)
362/Rachel: Write-in:Herself (Is the leader of the KND)
60/Patton: Swing voter (General)
The Hamsters: Democrats (Want to improve working conditions)
The Toiletnator: Whoever is willing to put up with him.
Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb: Democrats (probably gay)
The Delightful Children From Down The Lane: The first person to campaign in front of them. (Obediant Hive-Mind)
Father: Write-In: Himself (The Main Villain)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Hatman 🍁 on April 04, 2013, 04:55:36 pm
The Big Bang Theory

Sheldon: Romney or Johnson
Leonard: Obama
Koothrappali: Obama
Howard: swing (oh yeah!) voter
Penny: Obama

Howard would vote Obama, and Sheldon would be a Paulite. That is if he believes in doing silly things like voting.

Penny would most likely be a non-voter. Kootrappali may not be a citizen. Sheldon is an enigma for sure, but he would definitely be a Paulite.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DKrol on April 17, 2013, 09:29:15 pm
The Big Bang Theory

Sheldon: Romney or Johnson
Leonard: Obama
Koothrappali: Obama
Howard: swing (oh yeah!) voter
Penny: Obama

Howard would vote Obama, and Sheldon would be a Paulite. That is if he believes in doing silly things like voting.

Penny would most likely be a non-voter. Kootrappali may not be a citizen. Sheldon is an enigma for sure, but he would definitely be a Paulite.

I don't think Kootrappali can vote. I think I remember an episode based on his visa expiring. Sheldon wouldn't vote.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Harry Hayfield on April 18, 2013, 02:28:17 am
Main Characters from Jules Verne novels

United Kingdom
Phileas Fogg: Liberal Democrat (by virtue of his membership of the Reform Club)
Doctor Clawbonny: Liberal Democrat at Westminster, Scottish Nationalist at Holyrood
William Emery: Conservative
Colonel Everest: Liberal Democrat
Dr. Samuel Fergusson: Independent

United States
Captain Cyrus Smith: Republican
Impey Barbicane: Republican, then Independent


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on May 04, 2013, 10:48:42 am
I know South Park has been done numerous times before in this thread, but this is how South Park would have voted in the 2010 Colorado gubernatorial election:

The boys and their families:
Stan: Hickenlooper
Randy: Hickenlooper
Sharon: Hickenlooper
Shelley: Hickenlooper/Doesn't vote
Kyle: Hickenlooper
Gerald: Hickenlooper
Sheila: Hickenlooper
Ike: Maes
Cartman: Tancredo, might even campaign for him.
Liane: Brown (Libertarian candidate)
Kenny: Tancredo or Maes
Stuart: Tancredo
Carol: Tancredo
Kevin: Tancredo
Butters: Maes
Chris: Maes
Linda: Maes

Other kids:
Timmy: Hickenlooper
Jimmy: Hickenlooper or Brown
Wendy: Hickenlooper
Bebe: Hickenlooper
Token: Hickenlooper or Maes
Tweek: Whoever gave him coffee.
Craig: Tancredo
Clyde: Hickenlooper
Trent Boyett: Tancredo or Brown
Scott Malkinson: Hickenlooper
Pip: Hickenlooper

Other adults:
Jimbo: Tancredo
Ned: Tancredo
Mr. Garrison: Tancredo
Chef: Hickenlooper
Principal Victoria: Maes
Mr. Mackey: Hickenlooper
Mr. Slave: Hickenlooper or Brown
Nurse Gollum: Hickenlooper
Ms. Claridge: Hickenlooper
Ms. Choksondik: Hickenlooper
Ms. Crabtree: Whoever tolerated her screaming the most.
Big Gay Al: Hickenlooper
Mephisto: Brown
Father Maxi: Tancredo
God: Maes
Jesus: Maes
Mayor McDaniels: Tancredo
Mr. Hankey: Write-in himself
Officer Barbrady: Wouldn't vote, if he did, likely Maes.
Saddam Hussein: Write-in himself
Satan: Write-in himself
Sergeant Yates: Tancredo
Skeeter: Tancredo
Towelie: Brown


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dr. Cynic on May 06, 2013, 11:12:35 pm
The Big Bang Theory

Sheldon: Romney or Johnson
Leonard: Obama
Koothrappali: Obama
Howard: swing (oh yeah!) voter
Penny: Obama

Howard would vote Obama, and Sheldon would be a Paulite. That is if he believes in doing silly things like voting.

Penny would most likely be a non-voter. Kootrappali may not be a citizen. Sheldon is an enigma for sure, but he would definitely be a Paulite.

In one episode, Penny was wearing a Hillary '08 shirt, so that is worth noting.

I'm betting as academics, the entire cast, with the exception of Sheldon's strongly religious Texas mother, would be Obama voters.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: tallguy23 on May 07, 2013, 06:46:13 pm
Parks & Recreation, 2012

Leslie: Obama (but would pretty much support any woman candidate)
Ann: Obama
Tom: Obama (only because he has "swag")
Ron: Johnson
April: Wrote in a made up name
Andy: Accidentally voted for every candidate
Ben: Obama
Chris: Obama
Donna: Obama (but loves low taxes)
Jerry: Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on May 07, 2013, 10:31:02 pm
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Kids Next Door Mission

Operation

V.O.T.I.N.G.

Victory
Of
The
Interesting
Nefarious
Guy

Yes, they're too young, but anyway.

1/Nigel: Libertarian (Conspiracist)
2/Hoagie: Democrat  (Fat slob, but still smart)
3/Kuki: Whoever the Rainbow Monkeys endorse
4/Wally: Republican (The team fighter)
5/Abby: Democrat (duh.)
Tommy: Libertarian (He wants to 'work alone)
Cree: Democrat (Duh.)
Chad: Swing voter (Hawkish, but crossdresses)
Mr. Boss: Whoever gets the most money for him (Corperate Executive)
Knightbrace: Democrat (Dentist)
Count Sparkulot: Libertarian (So he can spank kids freely)
Soccer Mom: Republican (Duh.)
86/Fanny: Democrat (Feminist)
362/Rachel: Write-in:Herself (Is the leader of the KND)
60/Patton: No Affiliation (General)
The Hamsters: Democrats (Want to improve working conditions)
The Toiletnator: Whoever is willing to put up with him.
Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb: Democrats (probably gay)
The Delightful Children From Down The Lane-Write-In: Father (Obediant Hive-Mind)
Father: Write-In: Himself (The Main Villain)

And one more:

Grandfather: Turns both candidates into zombies and forces them to work for him.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Goldwater on May 14, 2013, 06:32:53 pm
Friends

Rachel: Democrat
Monica: Republican
Phoebe: Green
Joey: Democrat
Chandler: Swing voter
Ross: Democrat


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on June 03, 2013, 01:08:38 pm
"Breaking Bad"

Walt - Hmmm... His current position would make one think libertarian. Previous to that however, he may have been a Democrat due to his position as a public school teacher. However, he also would've been not necessarily socially liberal. As well it's worth nothing he tries to be self reliant to a fault. Gonna go out on a limb and say Johnson for the time being.
Jesse - Not a voter, didn't know that his pseudonym of "Jesse Jackson" was vaguely associated with anything else. A capitalist of course, but with nonetheless instincts to be dependent on others. If he had to choose anything it might be Johnson.
Skyler - A not necessarily political person. I have a feeling she'd prioritize family and disability issues if she were a voter. Maybe since she represents the "soccer mom" demographic, we can say Obama.
Hank - DEA agent with some prejudices. Easiest one so far, definitely Romney.
Marie - A kleptomaniac who's been described as "spoiled". Could be anyone. Maybe she follows her husband's lead and votes Romney, though for all we know she would just take as many ballots as possible and head home with them.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: NHI on June 03, 2013, 10:21:58 pm
Batman (1966 Series) for the '68 Election

Batman/Bruce Wayne: Nixon
Robin/Dick Grayson: Not old enough to vote but would vote Humphrey
Alfred Pennyworth: Nixon
Aunt Cooper: Humphrey
Commissioner Gordon: Nixon
Chief O'Hara: Humphrey
The Joker: Himself
The Penguin: Nixon
The Riddler: N/A
Catwoman: Humphrey


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on June 16, 2013, 07:54:06 am
Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley vote in the Wisconsin 2012 recall election:

Happy Days
Howard - Walker
Marion - Walker
Richie - Walker
Fonzie - Barrett
Potsie - Walker
Ralph - Walker
Arnold - Barrett
Al - Barrett

Laverne & Shirley
Laverne - Barrett
Shirley - Walker
Frank - Walker
Edna - Barrett
Lenny - Writes in Squiggy
Squiggy - Writes in Lenny
Carmine - Barrett


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: tpfkaw on June 16, 2013, 02:29:10 pm
"Breaking Bad"

I don't think there are any third-party voters on that show.

Democrats:

Walter
Skyler
Jesse
Jesse's friends
Saul
Saul's employees
Steve Gomez
Don and Jane Margolis

Republicans:

Hank
Marie
Hank's boss
Gus
Ted
Eyebrow guy
Gale (the only possible LP voter in this group, I'd say)
Lydia

Non-voters:

Mike
Todd
Hector and Tuco Salamanca (possibly non-citizens)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Hiwazzup on June 16, 2013, 09:45:45 pm
Futurama

Fry-Paul

Bender-Paul (Bender would probably like him for small government causes)

Leela-Obama (feminist)

Professor Farnsworth-Romney

Amy-Obama



I will probably have to think of more later.





Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: sentinel on July 15, 2013, 08:18:30 pm
The Wild Thornberrys

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wild_Thornberrys

Nigel - Gravel because they're both crazy
Darwin (the Monkey) - Huntsman
Eliza (the redhead) - Obama (later regrets not listening to Darwin)
Debbie (the emo blonde) - Obama omg so cool
Marianne (the mom) - Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: auburntiger on July 21, 2013, 02:24:48 am
Walt Disney Company (my employer)
classical Disney characters:

Mickey Mouse - Obama
Minnie Mouse - Romney
Pluto - Obama (the dog vote)
Donald Duck - Romney
Daisy Duck - Romney

Goof Troop: (clearly a generational difference)
Goofy Goof- Romney
Max Goof - Obama
Roxanne - Obama
Pete Pete - Romney
Meg Pete - Romney
PJ Pete - Obama
Pistol Pete - Obama

Winnie the Pooh:
Christopher Robin - Romney
Pooh - Romney
Piglet - Romney
Tigger - Ron Paul?
Gopher - Romney
Owl - Obama
Eeyore - Obama
Roo - Obama
Kanga - Obama
Rabbit - Romney

disney princesses:
Jasmine - Obama
Belle - Obama
Cinderella - Romney
Aurora - Romney
Snow White - Romney
Mulan - Obama

Villains:
Jafar - Obama
Malificent - Obama
Cruella DeVil - Romney
Gaston - Romney
Evil Queen - Obama

The Lion King:
Mufasa - Romney
Scar - Obama
hyenas - Obama
Simba - probably Ron Paul
Timon/Pumbaa - Ron Paul
Nala - Obama




Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: TX Conservative Dem on July 23, 2013, 04:06:21 pm
Fictional characters I would vote for would be:
1. David Palmer: has class, integrity, moral sense and character unlike his successors after he left the White House

2. John Keeler: snake oil charm, ambitious, fiscal conservative and determined to stamp out the terrorists.



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Phony Moderate on July 31, 2013, 05:09:13 pm
Let's try something a tad different here - how fictional characters would have voted historically:

The Simpsons

Homer:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - Nixon (wouldn't vote for the candidate-of-the-hippies)
1976 - Ford (they once became good friends, after all)
1980 - Reagan (he'd become a Reagan Democrat at this point)
1984 - Reagan
1988 - Dukakis (based on his personal dislike of Bush)
1992 - Perot
1996 - Perot (Clinton and Dole were evuuul space aliens)
2000 - Bush (can relate to him more)
2004 - Bush
2008 - Obama (but it counted as several votes for McCain)
2012 - Romney (but he regretted it within literally five seconds)

Marge:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter (it was explicitly stated that she voted for him twice)
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Bush (she was friendly with the Bushes IIRC)
1992 - Bush ("That's Slick Willie for ya. Always with the smooth talk)
1996 - Dole (for the same reason as above)
2000 - Gore
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama

Lisa:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Write-in: Eugene McCarthy
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton (not a fan of his more conservative policies but he's still a fellow saxophone player)
2000 - Nader
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama
2012 - Stein

Family Guy

Peter:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - Nixon
1976 - Ford
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Perot
1996 - Clinton
2000 - Bush (for similar reasons to Homer)
2004 - Bush
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama

Lois:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter
1980 - Anderson
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton
2000 - Gore
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama

Stewie:

1960 - Nixon
1964 - Goldwater (enthusiastically)
1968 - Nixon
1972 - Nixon
1976 - Ford
1980 - Anderson
1984 - Reagan
1988 - Bush
1992 - Perot
1996 - Perot
2000 - Bush
2004 - Bush
2008 - McCain
2012 - Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on July 31, 2013, 05:28:45 pm
Mad Men

There are few characters that have displayed overt political philosophies, and a number of them which I assume may be a political. Given their residence in New York, their vote narrows it down. Went with '64, and pointless not to include primaries--though that does mean there'd be an NY primary, and I don't believe there was. :P 1960 would be interesting as well.
Don Draper: Didn't vote. Seems to be a political.
Bertram Cooper: Goldwater - Ayn Rand fan!
Roger Sterling: Rockefeller - When he hears about Rocky's divorce, he's pretty upset that all they have left is Goldwater.
Peter Campbell: Rockefeller - Comes from money. Only clue.
Peggy Olson: Goldwater - Only one clue with this one, where she says in Season 4 that she'd like to have worked for the Goldwater campaign.
Paul Kinsey: Johnson - Got all "New Left" on us in Season 2 and went to register African-American voters in Mississippi with his African-American girlfriend.
Betty Draper/Francis: Rockefeller - Indicated a preference for Nixon in 1960, plus by Season 4 she's seeing someone working for Rockefeller. Best guess here.
Henry Francis: Rockefeller - Duh! Works for Governor Rockefeller and later "the Congressman", John Lindsay running for Mayor.
Stan Rizzo: Johnson - He worked for the Johnson campaign, of course.

I should do 1960... Also, apparently the most recent season goes up to '68, so maybe we'll see that.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: 2,868,691 on August 27, 2013, 10:21:21 pm
Picard - Rocky Anderson
Riker - Rocky Anderson
Deanna - Rocky Anderson
Geordi - Rocky Anderson
Data - Rocky Anderson
Worf - Barack Obama
Dr. Crusher - Rocky Anderson
Wesley - Rocky Anderson


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on September 03, 2013, 03:09:31 pm
Obama
Fred
Bob Cratchet
Tiny Tim
Fanny
Fred
Ghost of Xmas present

Romney
Ebenezer Scrooge
Grim Reeper

Johnson or Trump
Jacob Marley
Ghost of past

Romney
Lady Macbeth
King Macbeth
Your highness Duncan
Witches

Obama
Banquo
Prince Malcolm


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on September 08, 2013, 11:02:21 am
Don Knotts/Ralph Furley Democratic
The Roepers GOPers
Jack, Janet, Chrissy, Cindy, and terry Democratic
Mr. Angelino and School teacher GOPers


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Maxwell on September 23, 2013, 09:48:17 pm
Phillip J. Fry - Wouldn't vote
Bender Rodriguez - Can't vote (convict)
Taranga Leela - Obama
Amy Wong - Obama
Hubert Farnsworth - Romney
Dr. John Zoidberg - is a space alien
Scruffy the Janitor - Johnson
Hermes Conrad - Obama
Zapp Brannigan - Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Governor Zeeland on September 24, 2013, 04:56:45 am
Mad Men

There are few characters that have displayed overt political philosophies, and a number of them which I assume may be a political. Given their residence in New York, their vote narrows it down. Went with '64, and pointless not to include primaries--though that does mean there'd be an NY primary, and I don't believe there was. :P 1960 would be interesting as well.
Don Draper: Didn't vote. Seems to be a political.
Bertram Cooper: Goldwater - Ayn Rand fan!
Roger Sterling: Rockefeller - When he hears about Rocky's divorce, he's pretty upset that all they have left is Goldwater.
Peter Campbell: Rockefeller - Comes from money. Only clue.
Peggy Olson: Goldwater - Only one clue with this one, where she says in Season 4 that she'd like to have worked for the Goldwater campaign.
Paul Kinsey: Johnson - Got all "New Left" on us in Season 2 and went to register African-American voters in Mississippi with his African-American girlfriend.
Betty Draper/Francis: Rockefeller - Indicated a preference for Nixon in 1960, plus by Season 4 she's seeing someone working for Rockefeller. Best guess here.
Henry Francis: Rockefeller - Duh! Works for Governor Rockefeller and later "the Congressman", John Lindsay running for Mayor.
Stan Rizzo: Johnson - He worked for the Johnson campaign, of course.

I should do 1960... Also, apparently the most recent season goes up to '68, so maybe we'll see that.


In season one, don praises nixon as someone who "became vp 6 years after leaving the marine, so propably GOP'er. With Pete, he seems to support the civil rights movement, so thats another reason why rocky..


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on November 03, 2013, 07:04:52 pm
It's A Wonderful Life:
Peter Bailey-Democrat, definitely a New Deal Democrat
Mary Bailey-Democrat
Clarence Odbody-Apolitical considering he's an angel, probably would favour anti-Communist Democrats like Truman overall
Mr. Potter-Republican, probably would enthusiastically support Robert Taft
Bill Bailey-Republican out of tradition, probably would have voted for FDR
Ma Bailey-Republican, same as above
Harry Bailey-Democrat
Ernie-Democrat
Bert-Republican
Sam Wainwright-Republican


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on November 03, 2013, 07:09:44 pm
1984 (for the 1983 UK General Elections):
Winston Smith-SDP-Liberal Alliance
Julia-SDP-Liberal Alliance
O'Brian-Labour, probably would be an enthusiastic supporter of the Militant tendency
Parsons-Conservative, definitely would be just as much of a Thatcherite in our world as he is an Ingsoc devotee in 1984
Syme-SDP-Liberal Alliance


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on November 03, 2013, 07:27:47 pm
It's A Wonderful Life:
Mr. Potter-Republican, probably would enthusiastically support Robert Taft

I always thought that he looked like John Quincy Adams (or the reverse, rather), so it seems like he'd be a Republican in that (and all) era(s). I can just imagine Mr. Potter sitting in JQA's chair in that one photograph (yeah, I know it's not the right word) and instead speaking about thrift in government or something like that.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on November 07, 2013, 04:05:56 am
Attack on Titan using Weimar-era parties considering its basically an allegory of the Ostfront in World War 2:

Eren-NSDAP
Mikasa-NSDAP
Armin-SDP for tactical reasons, probably would prefer DDP
Reiner-SDP
Jean-SDP
Sasha-KPD
Krista-DDP
Connie-NSDAP
Marco-Centre
Annie-NSDAP
Ymir-KPD
Hannes-Centre
Dr. Yeager-DVP
Commander Erwin-DVP
Captain Levi-NSDAP, might actully resemble Hans Rothfels
Commander Pixis-DNVP


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on November 07, 2013, 04:11:52 am
A brief one for Hellsing:

Alucard-No idea, probably Conservative
Integra-Conservative, obviously a One Nation Tory, might support UKIP due to her Europhobia and in seeing the EU has some sort of a Popish or Nazi plot to undermine British sovereignty
Walter-Conservative
Seras-Liberal Democrat


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on November 07, 2013, 04:19:18 am
Arthur (unless otherwise noted, I'm assuming their families vote the same way also).:

Arthur-Democrat
Buster-Libertarian, considering his fondness for UFOs would be an enthusiastic conspiracy theorist and Paulite. His mother would be a definite Democrat however.
Brain-Democrat, possibly Green
Francine-Democrat
Muffy-Republican
Binky-Republican
George-Democrat
Fern-Democrat
Prunella-Democrat
Sue Ellen (probably Canadian)-Liberal
Adil-CHP
Alberto-CREO


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Hugo Award nominee on November 13, 2013, 03:58:13 pm
Attack on Titan using Weimar-era parties considering its basically an allegory of the Ostfront in World War 2:

Eren-NSDAP
Mikasa-NSDAP
Armin-SDP for tactical reasons, probably would prefer DDP
Reiner-SDP
Jean-SDP
Sasha-KPD
Krista-DDP
Connie-NSDAP
Marco-Centre
Annie-NSDAP
Ymir-KPD
Hannes-Centre
Dr. Yeager-DVP
Commander Erwin-DVP
Captain Levi-NSDAP, might actully resemble Hans Rothfels
Commander Pixis-DNVP

1. Mikasa is a racial minority. (Granted, not one with which the actual Nazis had problems, obviously, but in the context of the story...) I would picture her and Eren as more staid, Hindenburg-style military conservatives, likelier than not to be independent voters biddable by a variety of rightist or nationalist factions, who would be in significant danger of being co-opted either soon before or soon after 1933. DVFP for example I can sort of see.
2. Connie strikes me as a Zentrum type, honestly.
3. If it's an Ostfront allegory I think it's more likely that every character would be CPSU, Germanic names notwithstanding. But that's boring.
4. KPD Sasha and Ymir YES.
5. Of course Christa would be bourgeois left-liberal.

I might do this with current Japanese political parties later.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on November 13, 2013, 07:40:57 pm


1. Mikasa is a racial minority. (Granted, not one with which the actual Nazis had problems, obviously, but in the context of the story...) I can see her and Eren as more staid, Hindenburg-style military conservatives, likelier than not to be independent voters biddable by a variety of rightist or nationalist factions, who might be in danger of being co-opted after 1933, though. DVFP for example I can sort of see.

Hmm that is true for Mikasa (who discounting her race, would actually be quite similar to the conservative Prussian officers of the Wehrmacht) but considering Eren's enthusiasm for slaughtering Titans, I think he'd be easily swept by the NSDAP's tide.

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3. If it's an Ostfront allegory I think it's more likely that every character would be CPSU, Germanic names notwithstanding. But that's boring.

Should have added Ostfront "as portrayed by German propaganda".

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I might do this with current Japanese political parties later.

Would be interesting to see considering the rumours that AoT the  is designed to promote Shinzo Abe's foreign policy.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on December 15, 2013, 12:46:46 pm
The Fudge series by Judy Blume - I'll do the elections closest to the four Fudge books (1972, 1980, 1988 and 2000):

Hatcher Family
Warren - Advertising executive, likely conservative. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Anne - A fairly traditional housewife, who later becomes a dental assistant. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Peter - While he's only 9-12 years old in the series, he supports more public transportation in NYC, and is also concerned about air pollution. Doesn't seem to be anti-establishment or rebellious though. McGovern/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Fudge - Loves money, and although he tampers with private property, significantly Peter's, in the earlier books, this is because of his youth. Purely going from his love of money: Hospers/Reagan/Paul/Bush
Tootsie - Only two years old in the final book, it's very hard to tell (and I haven't read the books with Tootsie in them in years), so I won't analyze Tootsie.
Grandma Muriel - Seems like a moderate to me, so Nixon/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Cousin Howie - Hawaii park ranger, who's not a fan of TV, junk food, school and pop music to name a few things. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Cousin Eudora - Voice of reason of the "Howie Hatchers", and a bit more conservative than her husband. McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Flora and Fauna - Spolied tween girls, possibly apolitical.
Mini-Farley - Probably apolitical, and not enough is mentioned to give him a leaning.

Other characters
Jimmy Fargo - Son of an actor-turned-artist, most likely left-leaning.McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Sheila Tubman - Would probably go against Peter just to spite him. Nixon/Reagan/Dukakis/Gore
Libby Tubman - Prides herself as being sophisticated, so perhaps a conservative for the most part, with the exception of 1964-style elections. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Mr. and Mrs. Tubman - Seem like stereotypical American parents to me. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Frank Fargo - Actor turned artist who lives in SoHo? Definitely a progressive. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Henry Bevelheimer - Intelligent man, would be put off by anti-intellectualism. Hospers/Anderson/Bush/Gore

Might update this later with some of the other characters, namely the Princeton characters in Superfudge.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on December 15, 2013, 07:07:53 pm
The Fudge series by Judy Blume - I'll do the elections closest to the four Fudge books (1972, 1980, 1988 and 2000):

Hatcher Family
Warren - Advertising executive, likely conservative. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Anne - A fairly traditional housewife, who later becomes a dental assistant. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Peter - While he's only 9-12 years old in the series, he supports more public transportation in NYC, and is also concerned about air pollution. Doesn't seem to be anti-establishment or rebellious though. McGovern/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Fudge - Loves money, and although he tampers with private property, significantly Peter's, in the earlier books, this is because of his youth. Purely going from his love of money: Hospers/Reagan/Paul/Bush
Tootsie - Only two years old in the final book, it's very hard to tell (and I haven't read the books with Tootsie in them in years), so I won't analyze Tootsie.
Grandma Muriel - Seems like a moderate to me, so Nixon/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Cousin Howie - Hawaii park ranger, who's not a fan of TV, junk food, school and pop music to name a few things. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Cousin Eudora - Voice of reason of the "Howie Hatchers", and a bit more conservative than her husband. McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Flora and Fauna - Spolied tween girls, possibly apolitical.
Mini-Farley - Probably apolitical, and not enough is mentioned to give him a leaning.

Other characters
Jimmy Fargo - Son of an actor-turned-artist, most likely left-leaning.McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Sheila Tubman - Would probably go against Peter just to spite him. Nixon/Reagan/Dukakis/Gore
Libby Tubman - Prides herself as being sophisticated, so perhaps a conservative for the most part, with the exception of 1964-style elections. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Mr. and Mrs. Tubman - Seem like stereotypical American parents to me. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Frank Fargo - Actor turned artist who lives in SoHo? Definitely a progressive. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Henry Bevelheimer - Intelligent man, would be put off by anti-intellectualism. Hospers/Anderson/Bush/Gore

Might update this later with some of the other characters, namely the Princeton characters in Superfudge.

This is pretty awesome and brings back a lot of memories. :)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: GOP_flow_rida on December 24, 2013, 11:51:43 am
Bruce Wayne: Romney (Part of the 1%)
Peter Parker: Obama (Low class American)
Clark Kent: Ron Paul (Patriot)
Jesus (even though hes real):Rick Santourm
Wonder Woman: Joe Biden (Talks about stuff that mean nothing)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on February 16, 2014, 12:41:44 pm
Jetson Bill Clinton
Jane Hilary
Judy Hilary

Spacely Spochets Mitt Romney
Robot Maid Hilary

Charmed

Piper Holly Marie Colmes Dem
Page Dem
Phoebe Dem
Prue Shannon Daughtery Mitt Romny

Brian Krause Dem


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: badgate on April 02, 2014, 01:49:46 am
Mad Men

There are few characters that have displayed overt political philosophies, and a number of them which I assume may be a political. Given their residence in New York, their vote narrows it down. Went with '64, and pointless not to include primaries--though that does mean there'd be an NY primary, and I don't believe there was. :P 1960 would be interesting as well.
Don Draper: Didn't vote. Seems to be a political.
Bertram Cooper: Goldwater - Ayn Rand fan!
Roger Sterling: Rockefeller - When he hears about Rocky's divorce, he's pretty upset that all they have left is Goldwater.
Peter Campbell: Rockefeller - Comes from money. Only clue.
Peggy Olson: Goldwater - Only one clue with this one, where she says in Season 4 that she'd like to have worked for the Goldwater campaign.
Paul Kinsey: Johnson - Got all "New Left" on us in Season 2 and went to register African-American voters in Mississippi with his African-American girlfriend.
Betty Draper/Francis: Rockefeller - Indicated a preference for Nixon in 1960, plus by Season 4 she's seeing someone working for Rockefeller. Best guess here.
Henry Francis: Rockefeller - Duh! Works for Governor Rockefeller and later "the Congressman", John Lindsay running for Mayor.
Stan Rizzo: Johnson - He worked for the Johnson campaign, of course.

I should do 1960... Also, apparently the most recent season goes up to '68, so maybe we'll see that.


RE: Peggy: In that exact same season 4 scene where she says she would have loved to do ad work for Goldwater, she says she voted for Johnson. And we know in season 1 that she likes Kennedy as he is Catholic. In season 6, she says to her boyfriend Abe (a Eugene McCarthy-ite) "I like Bobby Kennedy..." an episode or two before he is shot. That last one is one of my favorite Peggy line reads. Also, Peggy has a portrait of JFK in her apartment for most of the series. If Mad Men were running for another season, I wouldn't be surprised to see a storyline where Peggy gets involved with Shirley Chisholms campaign as many women in NYC did.

As for Pete, he definitely voted for Nixon in 1960 but in a season 6 scene he says with disdain about his neighbor "He voted for Goldwater" so we can assume Pete voted for Johnson in '64.

I suspect Betty voted for JFK in season 1, but kept it hidden from Don which is the context where she says something about Nixon.

I agree with you about Don, I doubt he voted in 1960. If he did vote in 1964 (which he might have, he was pretty happy that year), he voted Johnson. In the end of season 6, he complains at a bar that Nixon is President, suggesting he doesn't support him. As a veteran Don vehemently opposes the war. I don't think he voted in 1968 either. If he did it was reluctantly for Humphrey.

Roger Sterling definitely voted Nixon in '60 and '68. Not sure what he did in '64.

Bert Cooper has an adorable line read in season 6 where he mischievously says "Nixon's lying in wait," so he definitely supported him in '68.

There's a pretty funny scene in season 6 where Ted Chaugh gets drunk and instigates a conversation about who everybody supports.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Potatoe on April 02, 2014, 01:39:24 pm
Decided to do the 2012 Primary for Republicans with Family Guy, I'll also do 2008.

Peter- Write in: A Cheeseburger
Lois- George Pataki (The most Moderate Republican)
Meg- Buddy Roemer (For the Environment)
Brian- Would not vote/Rick Santorum (Either as a joke or a rubbing off from Rush Limbaugh)
Stewie- Rick Santorum (Obviously)
Chris- See Peter
Quagmire- Newt Gingrich (Bangs a lot of chicks too)
Cleveland- Would Not Vote
Joe- Mitt Romney (Establishment Republican)

And the General:

Peter- Tried to vote but ended up voting for a chair with a turd stuck to it
Lois- Barack Obama (A fairly Liberal member of the family)
Meg- Jill Stein (The Environment)
Brian- Barack Obama (Lied to a girl about meeting him)
Stewie- Virgil Goode (Who else?)
Chris- Did the same as Peter but voted for a Write in of his hat.
Quagmire- Gary Johnson (Porn)
Cleveland- Barack Obama
Joe- Mitt Romney (Again, he's an establishment Republican)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on April 15, 2014, 09:19:13 pm

Lois- George Pataki (The most Moderate Republican)

Did Pataki even run? Anyways Lois might vote Romney considering her family's a wealthy WASP/Boston Brahmin family or Huntsman.

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Stewie- Rick Santorum (Obviously)

Stewie strikes me as a neocon/pro-business Republican, not a hardcore socon (especially considering his possible orientation).

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Cleveland- Would Not Vote
Joe- Mitt Romney (Establishment Republican)

Joe could very well be Democratic even if he's a cop considering he lives in Rhode Island.

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And the General:

Peter- Tried to vote but ended up voting for a chair with a turd stuck to it
Lois- Barack Obama (A fairly Liberal member of the family)
Meg- Jill Stein (The Environment)
Brian- Barack Obama (Lied to a girl about meeting him)
Stewie- Virgil Goode (Who else?)
Chris- Did the same as Peter but voted for a Write in of his hat.
Quagmire- Gary Johnson (Porn)
Cleveland- Barack Obama
Joe- Mitt Romney (Again, he's an establishment Republican)

See above for most of what I said.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Potatoe on April 16, 2014, 06:31:26 am

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Did Pataki even run? Anyways Lois might vote Romney considering her family's a wealthy WASP/Boston Brahmin family or Huntsman.
It'd probably be a write in of George Pataki, and Huntsman's probably better considering he was mostly Pro SSM, I only put Pataki in because there was no Candidate who was Pro Choice. (Though if we're dealing with Write Ins then we'd be here all day)

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Stewie strikes me as a neocon/pro-business Republican, not a hardcore socon (especially considering his possible orientation).
Well, yeah, Stewie is a very hardcore hawk, and Pro Business is true, but putting him with Santorum fits quite well, even if he is gay, though if not, I don't know who else he'd support.

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Joe could very well be Democratic even if he's a cop considering he lives in Rhode Island.
Well, he is a blue collar cop with a Pregnant Wife and a son who served in Iraq, he sounds like he'd support someone like Romney, regardless of state.



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on April 22, 2014, 11:56:01 pm
Brian said that he voted for McCain in one episode.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Mordecai on May 18, 2014, 09:49:58 am
Lisa:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Write-in: Eugene McCarthy
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton (not a fan of his more conservative policies but he's still a fellow saxophone player)
2000 - Nader
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama
2012 - Stein

She bought one of Al Gore's books (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzURH-yOtKs) so I think it's likely she would have voted for him.

You got it right though on Mondale, Dukakis and Kerry (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57ivW8koQKI).


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on July 15, 2014, 10:38:20 pm
For Archie Comics

Archie-Independent; if he can't choose between Betty and Veronica I don't see him being able to choose in politics either
Veronica-Republican, in the original comics her father's name was Burton K. Lodge in reference to the Republican Senators of those names and was a Massachusetts senator. Definitely would be an Establishment/country-club Republican now.
Betty-Democratic, probably would be a progressive and a feminist.
Reggie-Republican
Jughead-Libertarian, in RL I can easily see him being a pothead, video game addict, and a MRA (considering his dislike of women)
Dilton-Democratic
Moose-Republican
Midge-Independent
Chuck/Nancy-Democratic
Cheryl-Republican
Mr. Weatherbee-Republican
Ms. Grundy-Democratic


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Bird on August 24, 2014, 12:28:25 pm
House, anyone?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Phony Moderate on September 04, 2014, 08:16:31 am
Prison Break:

Lincoln: Democrat
Michael: Democrat or Libertarian
Sara: Democrat
T-Bag: Non-voter
Sucre: Democrat
C-Note: Democrat
Bellick: Republican
Abruzzi: Non-voter
Mahone: Republican or Libertarian
Self: Democrat
Kellerman: Republican
Veronica: Democrat
Whistler: Liberal Party of Australia
Pope: Republican
Gretchen: Republican



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Phony Moderate on September 04, 2014, 08:20:06 am
I guess there's little point in doing The West Wing or House of Cards. :P


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Illuminati Blood Drinker on September 15, 2014, 11:02:22 pm
Harry Potter:

(Note: For the sake of simplicity, the parties referred to are the Muggle parties' wizarding equivalents).

Harry: Liberal Democrat
Weasleys: Blue-collar Labourites
Hermione: Labour
Malfoys: Upper-class Tories
Voldemort: BNP
Dumbledore: Liberal when they were still strong, eventually switched to Labour
Luna Lovegood: Monster Raving Loony
Blacks (excluding Sirius): Thatcherite Tories, think Enoch Powell was pretty cool

Will add more as I think of them...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Bigby on September 16, 2014, 04:36:24 pm
TF2 Characters:

The American classes:

Scout - Assuming he isn't apolitical, I can see him as being a Rockefeller Republican. His mother is a rather conservative-looking housewife, and knowing how big of a Momma's boy Scout is, he most likely lets his mother influence his political views. He MIGHT have voted for Humphrey in 1968, but chances are he voted for Nixon instead. If he bothered to vote in a primary, it would be for Rockefeller. Unless he becomes more liberal or less dependent on his mother by the time of Mann vs Machine, he most likely voted for Nixon again in 1972.

Engineer - The Engineer is your average blue collar southern man. Well, apart from having 11 PhDs. He is very likely to be a conservative Blue Dog Democrat. Since he appears to be rather racially tolerant, it is unlikely would support Wallace in 1968. As such, I think he would vote for Humphrey in 1968 but definitely would vote for Nixon rather than McGovern in 1972.

Soldier - I am not even sure he can read. If he can, he probably doesn't leave his apartment to vote. He is too stupid and insane to participate in regular politics.

The European Classes:

The Heavy: The Heavy is far more intelligent than he appears in the game, but remember that the Soviet Union is a one-party dictatorship, so no meaningful elections take place there. The Heavy's father was a counter-revolutionary, so it is likely Heavy and the surviving members of his family are the same. That could mean they are Tzarists, Mensheviks, Liberals, or even the wrong kind of Marxist, but he is definitely not in favor of the current Soviet regime.

The Medic:  Valve has confirmed he is not a Nazi, so that possibility is threatened out. I'd say Medic's political views depend on his religious views. He hails from a small rural Bavarian town named Rottenburg, so it is very likely he might be a conservative Catholic. If that is the case, he might be one of the remnants of the Zentrum Partei or part of the CDU. If he is Jewish or Atheist, he is more likely to be a member of the SPD. Again, I believe the Medic's religious views would be largely determined by his religion.

The Demoman: Demoman is always drunk in-game, but he is sometimes sober in the comics, but even then it's rare. I am not sure that he really cares about politics. In one of his Domination lines, he does insult the Heavy by calling him a "bloody Bolshevik," so there is that.

The Spy: I think the Spy - *backstabbed*

Unknown:

The Pyro: We'll never know. He/she/it would probably burn the ballot booth.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on September 23, 2014, 02:16:07 pm
This is so embarassing to say, but since I've been playing the Hamtaro games...

Title Character: Non-voter, he doesn't like to make enemies.
Boss: Democratic, he's a field hamster; therefore homeless.
Snoozer: Slept through the election.
Bijou: Can't vote due to being French.
Oxnard: Food-loving dumb fat guy. Republican
Pepper (Not a main cast member, but she marries Oxnard at the end of the series): She's a farmer, and either one of the last Dixiecrats or just recently switiched parties.
Howdy: If you thought Republicans were messed up now, wait until this guy's bad jokes join the party.
Dexter: Since he likes to compete with Howdy, and is more of an intelectuall, he's a Democrat.
Pashmina: Dexter and Howdy are rivals for her affection, but she has no strong feelings for either of the two. Once debate season starts she'll make up her mind.
Penelope: Can't vote due to being a baby.
Maxwell: The resident know-it-all will vote for the person, not the platform. He would care about politics the most out of all the Ham-Hams.
Panda: He likes to fix and build things. Both parties would desire his skills at construction, and whichever one approaches him first would get his vote.
Cappy: His owners spoil him, so he probably votes for whoever they endorse. He probably had an Obama sticker lining his giant cage.
Sandy: She's in love with Maxwell, so she votes with him.
Stan: Stan would say he votes against Maxwell, but his sister Sandy would "correct" him
Jingle: He has no residence, so he probably can't vote. He would vote Libertarian since he likes to travel the world writing poetry, and would support free boarders. He would probably write the wrong name down given how bad he is with names.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ¢®🅰ß 🦀 ©@k€ 🎂 on September 25, 2014, 04:19:05 pm
Tinky-Winky - Homosexual, probably Labour; but  tempted by Cameron's modernisation of the Tories.

Dipsy - Labour (ethnic minority)

La-La - Lib Dems turned Greens (likes animals)

Po - Red Tory

The Hoover - Conservative, cleans up everyone's mess


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Phony Moderate on November 03, 2014, 08:50:40 am
Following on from the previous post, let's try another beloved British show - Coronation Street. I haven't watched it regularly in years, so some of these characters may no longer be in it.

Ken Barlow - Labour. Probably voted Lib Dem in 2005 and 2010. Often tempted by the Greens.
Deirdre - Labour
Blanche - UKIP
Peter - Labour
Tracy - Conservative or non-voter
Gail - Swing voter. Labour 1997-2005, Tory in 2010.
David - Non-voter (likely sympathetic to Russell Brand's ideas)
Nick - Conservative
Sarah - Labour
Martin - Labour
Audrey - Was once a Conservative councillor
Jack and Vera - Labour
Mike Baldwin - True Blue Conservative
Rita - Labour
Norris - Conservative
Emily - Lib Dem
Betty - Labour
Roy and Hayley - Green
Steve McDonald - Conservative
Liz - Labour
Jim - DUP
Sally Webster - Conservative
Kevin Webster - Labour
Dev - Conservative
Eileen - Labour
Jason - Labour
Todd - Labour
Sean - Lib Dem
Curly - Lib Dem
Fred - Conservative
Ashley - Swing voter
Les Battersby - UKIP; previously Labour
Fiz - Labour
Kirk - Labour
Maria - Lib Dem

That's as many as I can name. :P


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on November 11, 2014, 08:44:45 am
Tinky-Winky - Homosexual, probably Labour; but  tempted by Cameron's modernisation of the Tories.

Dipsy - Labour (ethnic minority)

La-La - Lib Dems turned Greens (likes animals)

Po - Red Tory

The Hoover - Conservative, cleans up everyone's mess

That made me crack up!

Harry Potter:

(Note: For the sake of simplicity, the parties referred to are the Muggle parties' wizarding equivalents).

Harry: Liberal Democrat
Weasleys: Blue-collar Labourites
Hermione: Labour
Malfoys: Upper-class Tories
Voldemort: BNP
Dumbledore: Liberal when they were still strong, eventually switched to Labour
Luna Lovegood: Monster Raving Loony
Blacks (excluding Sirius): Thatcherite Tories, think Enoch Powell was pretty cool

Will add more as I think of them...

Do you think the Dursleys would still be Tories, or do you think they would have joined the UKIP bandwagon?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: BaconBacon96 on November 15, 2014, 02:17:04 am
Seinfeld

Jerry: Democrat, although I doubt he was too interested in politics
Elaine: Democrat, is probably quite liberal and is confirmed to be strongly pro-choice
George: Swing voter, has no particular consistent logic to his decisions
Kramer: Libertarian or Reform or any other random third party, is quite anti-establishment
Newman: I'd say he's kinda conservative but he's also a pubic employee who's probably a union member, so Democrat
Frank Costanza: Republican, fought in Korea and generally appears to be conservative
Estelle Costanza: Republican
Helen Seinfeld: Democrat, typical New Yorker who retires to Florida
Morty Seinfeld: Democrat, see above
Susan Ross: Republican, has a wealthy background and a seemingly successful business career
J. Peterman: Democrat, probably a bleeding heart liberal
George Steinbrenner: Republican
Uncle Leo: Democrat
Mr. Wilhelm: Republican
David Puddy: A socially conservative Christian Republican
Jackie Chiles: Democrat, black lawyer who works for Kramer against corporations and the government.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on November 30, 2014, 04:16:49 pm
Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Uncle Phil       Judge    G O P
Vivan Banks    Professor Dem
Hillary Banks   Stero Typed know it all G O P
Ashley Banks   Hip Hop Dance Dem
Carlton Banks  Princeton   G O P
Jeffery             Jamaican English Cook Dem
Fresh Prince    Hip Hop DJ Dem
Jazz                Hip Hop DJ Dem


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: SPC on November 30, 2014, 04:23:10 pm
Sterling Archer - Republican
Lana Kane - Democrat
Cyril Figgus - Democrat
Mallory Archer - Republican
Cheryl/Carol Tunt - Republican
Pam Poovey - Democrat
Ray Gillette - Democrat
Doctor Krieger - American Third Position


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Wolverines34 on December 04, 2014, 03:58:52 pm
The Walking Dead

Rick Grimes-Independent
Shane Walsh-Republican
The Governor-Republican (McCain fan)
Lori Grimes-Democrat
Dale-Democrat (maybe Green)
Tyreese-Democrat
Abraham-Independent
Hershical-Independent (probably a soft conservative)
Private Martinez-Republican
Maggie-Democrat
T-Dog-Democrat
Glenn-Democrat
Merle Dixon-American Nazi
Daryl Dixon-Independent
Rosita-Democrat
Andrea-Democrat
Milton-Democrat
Father Gabriel-Independent


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on December 07, 2014, 12:01:34 pm
Ebenezer Scrooge Conservative
Grim Reeper Conservative

Jacob Marley Reform/Trump Conservative
Ghost of Past Reform

Ghost of Present Secular
Tiny TimSecular
Fred Secular
Bob C'ratchet Secular

Charles Dickens Secular


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on December 10, 2014, 01:34:52 am
Ebenezer Scrooge Conservative
Grim Reeper Conservative

Jacob Marley Reform/Trump Conservative
Ghost of Past Reform

Ghost of Present Secular
Tiny TimSecular
Fred Secular
Bob C'ratchet Secular

Charles Dickens Secular

What the hell is Secular?
 


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on December 10, 2014, 01:48:16 am
Monthly Girls' Nozaki Kun:

Nozaki-DPJ (He might be LDP but manga artists tend to vote for DPJ)
Chiyo Sakura-DPJ (Probably would follow her idol in politics)
Mikoto Mikoshiba-DPJ
Yuzuki Seo-LDP (Could be crazy enough to vote for JRP honestly)
Yu Kashima-LDP
Masayuki Hori-DPJ
Hirotaka Wakamatsu-DPJ
Ken Miyame-DPJ
Mitsuya Maeno-DPJ
Yukari Miyako-DPJ


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Bigby on December 10, 2014, 03:09:00 pm
The Walking Dead, Season 1 (video game):

I'll just stick to the main characters.

Lee Everett: Democrat or Independent. (Even that would probably be up to the player's choice.)
Clementine: Too young to vote/care
Duck: Also too young to vote/care.
Larry: Republican, probably of a neocon flavoring.
Lily: Most likely Republican, likely has similar views to her father.
Kenny: Independent or Republican, seems like he would be either in the Tea Party or the social conservative camp.
Katjaa: Might be apolitical about her politics due to her Belgian nationaly; I don't think the game lets us know if she is a naturalized US citizen or not. Assuming she is and is political, she might be a liberal due to her European roots and uncomfortable attitude regarding guns.
Carley: Maybe a Democrat, but I only guess that since she's a journalist. However, she might be very moderate or might even be Independent or Republican since she very willingly carries a gun around.
Doug: Most likely Libertarian due to his IT background.
Omid: Democrat. (I'd heavily bet on it since he's from San Fransisco.)
Christa: Democrat. (Same reason as Omid.)
Herschel: I'll go with Wolverines34's judgement.
Ben: Unless he's 18, he is too young to vote. He is most likely a Democrat or Libertarian due to his age, but since he is from Stone Mountain, he might be an Atlanta Metro Republican.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Bird on December 10, 2014, 05:06:10 pm
House: Libertarian
Cuddy: Democrat
Wilson: Independent
Foreman: Democrat
Chase: Republican
Cameron: Green
Kutner: Libertarian
Taub: Democrat
Thirteen: Independent


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Wolverines34 on December 11, 2014, 02:43:59 am
The Walking Dead, Season 1 (video game):

I'll just stick to the main characters.

Lee Everett: Democrat or Independent. (Even that would probably be up to the player's choice.)
Clementine: Too young to vote/care
Duck: Also too young to vote/care.
Larry: Republican, probably of a neocon flavoring.
Lily: Most likely Republican, likely has similar views to her father.
Kenny: Independent or Republican, seems like he would be either in the Tea Party or the social conservative camp.
Katjaa: Might be apolitical about her politics due to her Belgian nationaly; I don't think the game lets us know if she is a naturalized US citizen or not. Assuming she is and is political, she might be a liberal due to her European roots and uncomfortable attitude regarding guns.
Carley: Maybe a Democrat, but I only guess that since she's a journalist. However, she might be very moderate or might even be Independent or Republican since she very willingly carries a gun around.
Doug: Most likely Libertarian due to his IT background.
Omid: Democrat. (I'd heavily bet on it since he's from San Fransisco.)
Christa: Democrat. (Same reason as Omid.)
Herschel: I'll go with Wolverines34's judgement.
Ben: Unless he's 18, he is too young to vote. He is most likely a Democrat or Libertarian due to his age, but since he is from Stone Mountain, he might be an Atlanta Metro Republican.

Yeah idk I feel like Herschel is a light conservative.


Title: Who would breaking bad characters vote for in 2012
Post by: Wolverines34 on December 11, 2014, 03:43:18 am
Walter White-Ron Paul
Jesse Pinkmen-Ron Paul/Gary Johnson
Tuco Salamanca-Ron Paul/Gary Johnson
Gustavo Fring-Romney
Hank Schrader-Romney
Skyler White-Obama
Carmen Molina-Obama
Steve Gomez-Obama
Walter White Jr-Newt Gingrich
Bogdan-Herman Cain
Skinny Pete-Ron Paul/Gary Johnson
Badger-Ron Paul/Gary Johnson
Jack Welker-Nazi fringe candidate
Todd-Nazi fringe candidate
Marie-Romney


Title: Re: Who would breaking bad characters vote for in 2012
Post by: Sprouts Farmers Market ✘ on December 11, 2014, 10:15:28 am
Why would WW vote libertarian? His empire would be hurt by legalization. Unless he really is that cocky about his product which I suppose he could be.


Title: Re: Who would breaking bad characters vote for in 2012
Post by: Representative Carpetbagger on December 11, 2014, 10:37:13 am
IIRC the meth cook who gets killed is a Ron Paul supporter, I cannot remember his name.


Title: Re: Who would breaking bad characters vote for in 2012
Post by: badgate on December 11, 2014, 08:04:45 pm
IIRC the meth cook who gets killed is a Ron Paul supporter, I cannot remember his name.

Gale is the cook Jesse kills, or perhaps you mean Walter White, the main character...


Title: Re: Who would breaking bad characters vote for in 2012
Post by: Representative Carpetbagger on December 11, 2014, 09:10:50 pm
IIRC the meth cook who gets killed is a Ron Paul supporter, I cannot remember his name.

Gale is the cook Jesse kills, or perhaps you mean Walter White, the main character...

Gale is the name.  When he is first introduced he mentions that he is a libertarian and after he is dead his cookbook is searched and there is a Ron Paul '08 sticker on one of the pages.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Libertarian Socialist Dem on December 20, 2014, 07:17:04 pm
What about Back To The Future? Biff Tannan definitely strikes me as a Republican.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Libertarian Socialist Dem on December 20, 2014, 07:34:25 pm
Mad Men

There are few characters that have displayed overt political philosophies, and a number of them which I assume may be a political. Given their residence in New York, their vote narrows it down. Went with '64, and pointless not to include primaries--though that does mean there'd be an NY primary, and I don't believe there was. :P 1960 would be interesting as well.
Don Draper: Didn't vote. Seems to be a political.
Bertram Cooper: Goldwater - Ayn Rand fan!
Roger Sterling: Rockefeller - When he hears about Rocky's divorce, he's pretty upset that all they have left is Goldwater.
Peter Campbell: Rockefeller - Comes from money. Only clue.
Peggy Olson: Goldwater - Only one clue with this one, where she says in Season 4 that she'd like to have worked for the Goldwater campaign.
Paul Kinsey: Johnson - Got all "New Left" on us in Season 2 and went to register African-American voters in Mississippi with his African-American girlfriend.
Betty Draper/Francis: Rockefeller - Indicated a preference for Nixon in 1960, plus by Season 4 she's seeing someone working for Rockefeller. Best guess here.
Henry Francis: Rockefeller - Duh! Works for Governor Rockefeller and later "the Congressman", John Lindsay running for Mayor.
Stan Rizzo: Johnson - He worked for the Johnson campaign, of course.

I should do 1960... Also, apparently the most recent season goes up to '68, so maybe we'll see that.


Peggy had a JFK picture in her apartment. Pretty sure she was a Democrat, she just said that in regard to business.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Libertarian Socialist Dem on December 20, 2014, 07:38:49 pm
Curb Your Enthusiasm: Pretty much everyone for Obama except for Marty Funkhauser who would be a pro-Israel neocon and vote for Romney.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Libertarian Socialist Dem on December 20, 2014, 08:08:13 pm
Chasing Amy:

Holden: Obama
Bankey: Paul/Johnson (Would be an MRA Libertarian)
Amy: Obama
Hooper X: Charles Barron
Jay: Johnson
Silent Bob: Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Libertarian Socialist Dem on January 14, 2015, 03:23:32 pm
Office Space

Peter Gibbons-Jill Stein
Joanna-Obama
Bill Lumbergh-Romney
Michael Bolton-Gary Johnson
Samir Nagheenanajar-Gary Johnson
Lawrence-Romney
Bob Slydel-Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on January 15, 2015, 07:15:53 pm
Frm Founding fathers

Lincoln-Obama
Jackson-Hilary

GWashinton and Ben Franklin Romney
Jefferson/Hamilton/Madison Jeb Bush


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Goldwater on January 16, 2015, 12:42:49 am
Frm Founding fathers

Lincoln-Obama
Jackson-Hilary

GWashinton and Ben Franklin Romney
Jefferson/Hamilton/Madison Jeb Bush


What election is this? Bush didn't run in 2008, and Obama can't run in 2016...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: MATTROSE94 on January 16, 2015, 09:44:40 am
Frm Founding fathers

Lincoln-Obama
Jackson-Hilary

GWashinton and Ben Franklin Romney
Jefferson/Hamilton/Madison Jeb Bush

I don't see Andrew Jackson supporting Hillary Clinton. I feel that he would probably support either Ron Paul or Rick Perry in the 2012 Republican primaries and maybe Virgil Goode in the general election.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on January 16, 2015, 11:20:13 am
In the run up to Australia Day, here's Kingswood Country (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingswood_Country), originally on Australian TV from 1980-84:

Ted Bullpitt - A working class employee at a putty factory, generally Liberal, although would have supported One Nation in 1998 (this being said, Ted was more the type to dislike anyone and anything, rather than an Archie Bunker or Alf Garnett type).  I think Ted would have voted for Katter's Australian Party in 2013, to "bring back the Kingswood".
Thelma Bullpitt - Ted's wife, I'd say a swing voter, probably sneakily (as in not telling Ted) supported Labor in 1972, when Whitlam came into power.
Greta Bertolucci (nee Bullpitt) - Ted & Thelma's daughter, most likely Labor, both at the time and now, given her progressivism.
Craig Bullpitt - Ted & Thelma's son, a medical student, probably Labor at the time, and the Democrats in the Senate. May be a Greens voter now.
Bruno Bertolucci - Greta's husband, Labor , for similar reasons to his wife, and also because of his ethnicity (Italian) and religion (Catholicism).
Bob Bullpitt - Ted's brother, a used car salesman from Brisbane, most likely voted Liberal, This being said, Bob probably voted for the Nationals at the state level in the 1980s, and was probably tempted by Palmer United in 2013.
Merle Bullpitt - Bob's upwardly mobile wife, I'd think she'd be straight-ticket Liberal at both federal and state levels.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: morgieb on February 24, 2015, 06:20:03 am
The Office:

Michael - not sure. Swing voter perhaps.
Dwight - far-right Republican
Jim - probably a Democrat
Pam - ditto
Ryan - get a Republican vibe from him
Jan - Republican
Roy - warehouse worker, so probably a Democrat.
Angela - Republican
Oscar - Democrat (gay Hispanic)
Phyllis - not sure, probably a Democrat.
Stanley - Democrat

Probably way off though, most of these hints are from Season 2.

Community:

Jeff: Probably apolitical, wouldn't care enough
Annie: Democrat
Britta: Green (known radical in the past, definitely has hippie leanings)
Abed: Libertarian?
Troy: N/A (Jehovah's Witness)
Shirley: Democrat (wore an Obama 08 shirt)
Pierce: Republican (despite his cultish leans he's from big business)
Chang: Writes in himself or something crazy
Pelton: Democrat


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on February 25, 2015, 06:01:10 am
WEB Dubois Dem
Harriet Tubman Dem
MLK Jr Dem
Al Sharpton Dem
Jesse Jackson Dem

Booker T Washington G O P
Frederick Douglas GOP



Peppermint Patty GOP
Lucy GOP

Charlie Brown Dem
Linus Dem
Sally Dem


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on February 25, 2015, 02:32:09 pm
Spongebob Squarepants

Spongebob: Probably a Democrat
Patrick: Republican
Sandy Cheeks: Could be either, she's from Texas but doesn't live there currently so could be a liberal Texan
Mr Krabs: Republican
Plankton: Ayn Rand reading objectivist
Squidward: elitist liberal


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: VPH on February 25, 2015, 03:08:02 pm
Trailer Park Boys
Ricky: Probably not Liberal because they are pro-legalization, therefore likely Conservative
Bubbles: NDP
Julian: Conservative possibly
Ray: Conservative or Christian Heritage
Lahey: Conservative
Randy: Liberal
Sam Losco: Conservative
Trevor: Probably not a voter
Cory: Probably not a voter either
Barb: Liberal
J-Roc: Liberal or NDP


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: MyRescueKittehRocks on February 25, 2015, 03:58:23 pm
Power Rangers (original six)

Jason- Moderate Republican
Billy- Adali Stevenson Democrat
Zach- unsure
Trini- see Jason (you would assume Dem because her and Billy were close if not dated at some point but given the way she carried herself strikes me as somewhere between Jason and Tommy)
Kimberly-apolitical
Tommy- Tea Party Republican


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Southern Speaker Punxsutawney Phil on March 03, 2015, 04:12:35 am
I could imagine Scrooge McDuck being a moderate swing voter.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on March 29, 2015, 06:07:13 pm
Trailer Park Boys
Ricky: Probably not Liberal because they are pro-legalization, therefore likely Conservative
Bubbles: NDP
Julian: Conservative possibly
Ray: Conservative or Christian Heritage
Lahey: Conservative
Randy: Liberal
Sam Losco: Conservative
Trevor: Probably not a voter
Cory: Probably not a voter either
Barb: Liberal
J-Roc: Liberal or NDP

I highly doubt any of them are voters.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: National Progressive on April 07, 2015, 08:15:02 pm
WEB Dubois Dem
Harriet Tubman Dem
MLK Jr Dem
Al Sharpton Dem
Jesse Jackson Dem

Booker T Washington G O P
Frederick Douglas GOP

TIL MLK, Frederick Douglas, and etc. were all fictional characters.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 07, 2015, 08:18:57 pm
Friends:

Chandler: Johnson
Ross: Obama
Monica: Obama
Joey: Romney
Phoebe: Stein


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DKrol on April 07, 2015, 08:21:36 pm
Friends:

Chandler: Johnson
Ross: Obama
Monica: Obama
Joey: Romney
Phoebe: Stein

I could see Chandler voting Romney because of his upper-middle management job. 


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Goldwater on April 07, 2015, 11:13:04 pm
Friends:

Chandler: Johnson
Ross: Obama
Monica: Obama
Joey: Romney
Phoebe: Stein

Why would a possibly bisexual struggling actor who lives in NYC vote for Romney?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on April 08, 2015, 09:41:51 am
Merlin Democrat

King Arthur Celt Knight Warrior Democrat
Queen Guinevere  Democrat
Sir Lancelot Celt Knight Warrior Democrat


Saxons GOP
King Arthur's father GOP


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 08, 2015, 05:44:24 pm
Friends:

Chandler: Johnson
Ross: Obama
Monica: Obama
Joey: Romney
Phoebe: Stein

I could see Chandler voting Romney because of his upper-middle management job. 

Good point


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 08, 2015, 05:45:31 pm
Friends:

Chandler: Johnson
Ross: Obama
Monica: Obama
Joey: Romney
Phoebe: Stein

Why would a possibly bisexual struggling actor who lives in NYC vote for Romney?

Touché


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ChainsawJedis on April 09, 2015, 08:02:53 pm
Mystery, Inc.

Fred: GOP establishment, probably a Jeb Bush voter.
Velma: Liberal Democrat, Elizabeth Warren voter.
Daphne: Probably not as interested in women rights as Velma, moderate GOP voter.
Shaggy: Far left Democrat/Green Party Voter.
Scooby: Ineligible to vote because he is in fact, a dog.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: NeverAgain on April 09, 2015, 10:42:36 pm
Mystery, Inc.

Fred: GOP establishment, probably a Jeb Bush voter.
Velma: Liberal Democrat, Elizabeth Warren voter.
Daphne: Probably not as interested in women rights as Velma, moderate GOP voter.
Shaggy: Far left Democrat/Green Party Voter.
Scooby: Ineligible to vote because he is in fact, a dog.

Scooby - Barney Frank, lisp. Had to say it.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 12, 2015, 12:29:29 am
The Big Chill

Harold-Fiscally Conservative/Socially Liberal Reagenite
Sarah-Same as above
Sam-Hollywood Liberal
Michael-unrepentant 60s leftist
Meg-Liberal (former leftist now making money, probably voted for Gary Hart in 84 primary)
Nick-Cynical Libertarian
Karen-also a Fiscally Conservative/Socially Liberal Reagenite


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 12, 2015, 03:01:42 am
Ash Ketchum-New Deal Democrat
Misty-Feminist riot grrrl
Brock-Liberal hipster

Team Rocket-Objectivists


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 19, 2015, 04:54:14 pm
Walt Kowalsky, Gran Tarino

1952: In Korea, didn't vote
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Wallace
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Perot (protest vote over NAFTA)
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: / on April 19, 2015, 05:57:31 pm
Family Guy...
Peter--Vernon Supreme
Lois--Jill Stein
Chris--Herman Cain
Meg--Barack Obama
Stewie--Rick Perry
Brian--Jill Stein or Stewart Alexander
Quaqmire--Rick Santorum
Joe-Rick Perry
Cleveland--Barack Obama


LOL


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Emperor Charles V on April 23, 2015, 03:42:05 pm
I don't think anyone did Mean Girls yet. :p

Cady - Obama
Regina - Romney
Janis - Obama
Gretchen - Romney
Karen - too stupid to know what voting is :p
Aaron - Romney
Damian - Gary Johnson
Ms. Norbury - Obama
Principal Duvall - Obama
Ms. George - Romney
Kevin - Obama
Mr. Heron - Obama
Mrs. Heron - Obama
Shane Oman - Gary Johnson
Coach Carr - Romney or Gary Johnson


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 23, 2015, 03:52:29 pm
The Graduate

Benjamin Braddock-Eugene McCarthy
Mrs Robinson-RFK
Elaine Robinson-Eugene McCarthy
Mr Robinson-Nixon
Mr Braddock-Rockefeller Republican
Mrs Braddock-Rockefeller Republican


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Southern Speaker Punxsutawney Phil on April 23, 2015, 09:20:18 pm
Fairly Odd Parents

Timmy Turner - Obama
Cosmo - some joke candidate
Wanda - Obama
Crocker - Romney
Dad - could go either way
Mom - Obama
The Dinklebergs - Romney
Foop - Romney
Chip Skylark - Obama
Dark Laser - Romney
:P :P :P


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 30, 2015, 06:34:08 pm
Beavis&Butthead-Gary Johnson?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on May 02, 2015, 01:30:01 pm
Harry Potter:
(assuming they voted in muggle elections)
Harry Potter: Labour
Ron Weasley: Labour
Hermoine: Green
Luna Lovegood: Green
Neville Longbottom: Liberal Democrats
Draco Malfoy: British National Party
Snape: Conservative
Hagrid: Green
Uncle Vernon: Conservative
Aunt Petuna: Conservative
Dudley: UKIP


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on May 02, 2015, 01:48:46 pm
Harry Potter (might update with more characters in the future)

Harry Potter: Labour
James & Lily Potter: Labour
Sirius Black: Labour-Tory swing voter, probably stayed Labour in 2010.
Ron Weasley: Labour
Hermione Granger: Liberal Democrat
Draco: BNP
Voldemort: BNP
Uncle Vernon: Conservative, maybe UKIP from 2010
Aunt Petunia: Conservative
Dudley Dursley: Conservative
Ginny Weasley: Labour
Neville Longbottom: Not sure
Crabbe & Goyle: A bit absent-minded, would probably follow Draco's lead and vote BNP.
Colin Creevey: Swing voter
Remainder of the Weasley family: Labour, with the exception of Percy and Bill, who would be Liberal Democrats, and Charlie, who I can see being a Labour/Liberal Democrat/Green swing voter.
Fleur Delacour: PS when in France, Labour/Liberal Democrat when in the UK.
Remainder of the Malfoy family: BNP

Hogwarts staff
Albus Dumbledore: Labour
Mr. Filch: Not sure, maybe a Labour-Tory swing voter?
Professor Flitwick: Not sure
Rubeus Hagrid: Labour
Professor McGonagall: Conservative
Professor Snape: Conservative
Professor Sprout: Lib Dem

Hogwarts House Founders
Godric Gryffindor: Labour
Helga Hufflepuff: Liberal Democrat
Rowena Ravenclaw: Conservative
Salazar Slytherin: BNP

Damn missed this


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Truth Hurts on May 02, 2015, 02:17:05 pm
Harry Potter:
(assuming they voted in muggle elections)
Harry Potter: Labour
Ron Weasley: Labour
Hermoine: Green
Luna Lovegood: Green
Neville Longbottom: Liberal Democrats
Draco Malfoy: British National Party
Snape: Conservative
Hagrid: Green
Uncle Vernon: Conservative
Aunt Petuna: Conservative
Dudley: UKIP

Perhaps it's just me, but I've always viewed Snape as a Labour 1983/Conservative 1997 voter.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on May 02, 2015, 02:27:25 pm
Harry Potter:
(assuming they voted in muggle elections)
Harry Potter: Labour
Ron Weasley: Labour
Hermoine: Green
Luna Lovegood: Green
Neville Longbottom: Liberal Democrats
Draco Malfoy: British National Party
Snape: Conservative
Hagrid: Green
Uncle Vernon: Conservative
Aunt Petuna: Conservative
Dudley: UKIP

Perhaps it's just me, but I've always viewed Snape as a Labour 1983/Conservative 1997 voter.

Now why didn't I think of that!?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Snowstalker's Last Stand on May 02, 2015, 08:39:57 pm
Beavis&Butthead-Gary Johnson?

The spinoff was way better


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on May 03, 2015, 06:16:31 pm
Jesus Christ Labour
Pilate Torie
Judias Torie
11 Disciples Labour
Mary Labour
Moses Labour
Pharoah Torie
Joseph Labour
Wise Men Labour


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on May 03, 2015, 09:47:06 pm
Jesus Christ Labour
Pilate Torie
Judias Torie
11 Disciples Labour
Mary Labour
Moses Labour
Pharoah Torie
Joseph Labour
Wise Men Labour

Blatant cockhackery on your end; attempting to state that the "good guys" would vote as you would. The wisemen, for one, would likely be devout monarchists and this would never side with the rabble. And that's just concerning surface issues--and avoiding the deeper-lying issues with your hacked-in-the-head analysis.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on May 04, 2015, 03:51:52 pm
Jesus Christ Labour
Pilate Torie
Judias Torie
11 Disciples Labour
Mary Labour
Moses Labour
Pharoah Torie
Joseph Labour
Wise Men Labour





Blatant cockhackery on your end; attempting to state that the "good guys" would vote as you would. The wisemen, for one, would likely be devout monarchists and this would never side with the rabble. And that's just concerning surface issues--and avoiding the deeper-lying issues with your hacked-in-the-head analysis.


Dianne Feinstein stated that Jews when it comes to tax cuts are on the conservative side but agree with everything else the Liberals do.

Moses; like Abraham Lincoln identify with the secular side, back then was the GOP, but now the Democrats, because he lead the Jews out of slavery.

i know for certain Moses would be a Democrat.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on May 05, 2015, 06:55:49 pm
Titanic 1912 election:
Jack Dawson: (had he survived)  Debs
Rose: (Progressive Republican) TR
Cal: (WASP blue blood Republican) Taft
Ruth: Taft
Fabrizio: Some type of working class Italian socialist
Tommy Ryan: Sean Finn


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on May 24, 2015, 02:18:46 pm
Historic figures
Julias Caesar Secular 100 BC

Mark Anthony Secular 100 AD

Cleopatra Secular 100 AD

Augustus Caesar Tradtl 100 AD

King Arthur and Celtic Knights Secular 500
Saxons Tradtl 500

Genghis Khan Tradtl 1200

Martin Luther Secular 1200

William Shakespeare 1500 Secular Satire made fun of King

Napolean Secular 1800 freed slaves

Abraham Lincoln Secular GOP

Karl Marx Socialist

Bryan Jenning Populist

Hitler Tradtl.





Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on May 24, 2015, 08:40:40 pm
I really only watch sports, shows like Survivor, and sitcoms, so here are some sitcom guesses (for 2012):

Two and a Half Men:
Charlie: Romney
Walden: Johnson
Alan: Obama
Jake: Too dumb to vote
Berta: Too high to vote

How I Met Your Mother:
Ted: Obama
Barney: Romney
Lily: Obama
Robin: Romney
Marshall: Obama

Last Man Standing:
Mike: Romney (there was a whole episode about this)
Vanessa: Swing voter, but, ultimately, Romney
Kristen: Obama
Mandy: Had no idea in 2012
Eve: Romney (if she were 18)
Ed: Romney
Kyle: Obama
Ryan: Obama
Chuck: Obama in '12, but probably GOP in '16

Big Bang Theory:
Sheldon: Himself
Leonard: Obama
Raj: Obama
Penny: Obama
Howard: Obama

Rules of Engagement:
Russell: Romney/Johnson
Audrey: Obama
Jeff: Romney
Adam: Probably wouldn't vote
Jennifer: No idea

My Name is Earl:
Earl: Non-voter
Randy: Non-voter
Joy: Non-voter
Catalina: Non-citizen
Darnell: Obama
Earl's Parents: Romney
Joy's Parents: Romney
Kenny: Obama
Everyone else: Non-voter

The Odd Couple:
Felix: Obama
Oscar: Romney
Teddy: Romney
Dani: Obama
Emily: Obama

Last Man on Earth:
Phil (Tandy): Himself in new world, no idea in old world
Carol: Phil/Romney
Melissa: Other Phil/No idea
Todd: Swing voter all around
Erica: Other Phil/Obama if she were an American
Gail: Other Phil/Romney
Other Phil: Himself/No idea

Brooklyn Nine-Nine:
Jake: Obama or Johnson
Amy: Romney
Rosa: Obama
Terry: Probably Obama, but not liberal per se
Gina: Obama
Boyle: Obama
Hitchcock: Romney
Scully: Romney
Holt: Romney (even though probably almost no gay black people voted for Romney)

Curb Your Enthusiasm:
Larry: Obama
Cheryl: Romney
Jeff: Obama
Susie: Obama
Funkhouser: Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on May 26, 2015, 05:13:56 am
Cheryl definitely wouldn't vote for Romney, she's an environmental activist.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on June 15, 2015, 12:54:05 am
Orange is The New Black:

(Obviously the convicts couldn't vote but if they could)
Healy: Romney
Caputo: Strikes me as a moderate hero, probably Obama
Piper: Obama
Alex: Obama
Lorna: Obama
Red: Romney (possibly conservative former Soviet)
Pennsyltucky: I'd say Santorum but she increasingly doesn't seem to buy into the religious sh**t.
Daya: Obama
Mendoza: Obama
Soso: Probably Jill Stein if she isn't just an apolitical Anarchist


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dancing with Myself on June 15, 2015, 02:03:41 am
I'll do the major Roseanne Characters (at least from Dan/Roseanne's formative years to the second to last season which was 1996:)


Roseanne Conner:

1968-Not able to vote due to not being 21. See her supporting McCarthy and later HHH.
1972- McGovern
1976-Carter
1980-Carter
1984-Mondale
1988-Dukakis (She had an epic jab at Bush during Season 1 more or less mocking his attitude/persona.)
1992-Clinton or Perot
1996-Clinton

Rosie was always a hippie and leftist. Seeing her being big for McCarthy or RFK then supporting HHH in 68, diehard for McGovern and Carter in 76 and 80.  See her voting Mondale because of Regan-omics plus Ferraro.  1988 on she would be a solid dem minus 1992. But def seeing her staying Dem since 2000.


Dan Conner:

1968-Same as Rosie. HHH?
1972-Nixon?
1976-Carter
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush
1992-Clinton or Perot
1996-Clinton

Dan "died" in 1996 but if want to BS it with the final season I could see him voting for Bill.  1992 he def wouldn't vote for Bush due to the recession killing his shop. Before then I see him being a Reagan Democrat. If he lived he would have voted for Dubya in 2000, 04 prob Libertarian or Kerry, 08/12 def Obama.
'

Jackie Healey:

1968-Nixon
1972-Nixon
1976-Carter
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush
1992-Clinton
1996-Clinton


See Jackie being 2 versions. The early less idiotic one which won Laurie Metcalf the emmy one year and the goofy Don Knotts style Jackie.  I see her voting Republican in her less silly days except in 76. When she gets goofy and becomes gay in Roseanne's alternate reality I see her heading left from 1992 on.



Becky Conner Healey:

1988-Bush
1992-Perot?
1996-Clinton

Becky's tough because of how dramatic of changes her character went through.  The early serious Becky I see being very tight and conservative but by 1992 I see her loosening up and changing dramatically as a person. More liberal and less tight, plus they got a hotter actress too so that didn't hurt ;)

1992's iffy because the first Becky is there but by 1996 I see Becky 2 going with Clinton. 2000's tough because her character wasn't ever set in stone but I see her going for Dubya as well as 04 before going for Obama in '08 and '12.


Darlene Conner Healey:

1988-Bush
1992-Perot or didn't give a care.
1996-Nader

Darlene's the most dramatic due to how much Sarah Gilbert changed as a person and her influences on the chather. She started as a tomboy who was very much like Dan so I see her supporting Bush Sr at least in 1988. By 1992 she was heading into that goth phase and shut out the rest of the world. See her maybe support Ross due to his outsider status but I can easily see her not giving a crap either. By 1996 she was out of the silly phase and was herself again albeit a major liberal. Don't see her going for Clinton due to his center based polices so I see her as a Green for Nader.

See her voting for him at least through 2004, and in 08/12 see her voting Obama.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dancing with Myself on June 15, 2015, 02:20:53 am
King of the Hill:



Hank Hill:


1976-Ford
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush Sr
1992-Bush Sr
1996-Dole
2000-Bush? or Buchanan
2004-Bush?
2008-McCain
2012-Romney


See Hank being a solid Rep voter besides 2000 where that whole episode was about his disappointment in meeting Dubya. I see him staying Rep or voting Reform. No Democratic votes.



Peggy Hill

1976-Carter
1980-Carter
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush Sr
1992-Bush Sr or Perot
1996-Dole
2000-Bush
2004-Bush
2008-McCain
2012-Romney




Luanne Platter:

2000-James Harris (Supported the communist candidate but there wasn't one in 2000, Harris was a socialist candidate though.)
2004-Badnarick
2008-Obama (Due to history factor)
2012-Johnson



Dale Griible:

1976-Ford
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-
1992-
1996-
2000-
2004-
2008-
2012-


See him voting for a little then when he goes paranoid he doesn't. He goes to Mexico and other places and shops on election days. See him being a libertarian and Paul supporter though.


Boomhauer:

1976-Carter
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush Sr
1992-Perot
1996-Dole
2000-Dubya
2004-Dubya
2008-McCain
2012-Romney

Solid Rep besides 1976 and 92 with Perot.


Bill:

1976-Carter
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush
1992-Bush
1996-Clinton
2000-Bush
2004-Bush
2008-Obama (See him supporting McCain until near the end when he changes his mind.)
2012-Romney

More twords the Center but prefers Republicans due to their Military policies.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DS0816 on June 15, 2015, 08:27:50 pm
Okay! It's time to consider the ones from the daytime soaps.


General Hospital's Luke Spencer
1968: Too stoned
1972: Still stoned
1976: He realized he wasn't registered to vote
1980: Didn't have the time as he was focused on Laura Webber
1984: Deliberately skips it
1988: Jesse Jackson in the primary; with Jackson not his party's nominee, Luke skips the general
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Ralph Nader
2000: Ralph Nader
2004: Ralph Nader
2008: Barack Obama; he had enough of Nader being unviable
2012: Didn't vote; Luke had a bad year with alcohol and just wasn't in the mood to participate


The Young and the Restless' Victor Newman
1960: Richard Nixon
1964: Lyndon Johnson; figuring that Barry Goldwater is a complete disaster
1968: Richard Nixon
1972: Richard Nixon
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Regan
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: George W. Bush
2004: George W. Bush
2008: Barack Obama; figuring that John McCain's selection of Sarah Palin is utter madness and would not reflect well on his family and Newman Enterprises
2012: Mitt Romney; figuring that Romney is better but, after the "47 percent" speech he realizes his preferred party will lose once again


Days of Our Lives' Marlena Evans
1968: Hubert Humphrey
1972: Richard Nixon; due to his impending 49-state re-election
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: Ronald Reagan; figuring that the country wants to fire Jimmy Carter and this may be for the best
1984: Ronald Reagan; figuring that he done okay, the country seemed encouraged, and figured that Reagan should have a second term
1988: Michael Dukakis; she's turned off by how George Bush's campaign was managed by Lee Atwater and wonders if he's in league with Stefano DiMera
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton; and her possession by Satan thankfully ended it time for Marlena to be able to participate
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama


The Bold and the Beautiful's late Stephanie Forrester
1960: John Kennedy; the only candidate who doesn't carry her home state California during Stephanie's lifetime
1964: Lyndon Johnson; figuring that, although she generally prefer Republicans, agrees with Johnson that "in [her] guts, she knows that [Goldwater's] nuts"
1968: Richard Nixon
1972: Richard Nixon
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: Bill Clinton; normally a Republican, she doesn't find the Arkansas governor too intimidating
1996: Bill Clinton; feels that Clinton did okay
2000: Al Gore; is now comfortable with Democrats
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama; she dies in late-November 2012


* AND HERE IS ONE MORE FROM A SOAP NO LONGER ON THE AIR *

All My Children's Erica Kane
1968: Vietman is too troubling; Erica is too busy trying to launch her modeling career; and the polls in Pine Valley, Pennsylvania were awfully busy
1972: Well, neither President Richard Nixon or U.S. Sen. George McGovern were the type of men Erica Kane finds attractive…so there really wasn't any use
1976: She can't remember. (Or…she claims not to remember.) Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter were unusually attractive men in their own right. She recalls thinking Ford was more physically attractive, but Carter did have his charms. So, it's difficult for Erica Kane to remember who she voted for in 1976
1980: Ronald Reagan. Well, Reagan wasn't conventionally attractive in the eyes of Erica Kane. But he was very confident, had some wit, and Erica found that to be an attractive quality in the former actor and governor of California; and, besides, her late father Eric was a movie director and almost worked with Reagan…and that's good enough for her
1984: Ronald Reagan. She was never into Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis. George Bush wasn't her ideal of an attractive man. And he was married to that woman, Barbara, who kind of reminds Erica of her late mother Mona. And there were too many women who were like that that she encountered pretty regularly in Pine Valley, Pennsylvania. Michael Dukakis reminded Erica of some of the attractive men (nowhere near as attractive as she) who were gentlemanly and would be gentlemanly throughout their dates. So, it was the Massachusetts governor who won her vote in 1988
1992: Bill Clinton. Oh, Erica Kane is doing a spit-take over anyone feeling the need to ask that question. She meets Bill Clinton during his campaign and openly flirts with him in spite of the discomfort felt by Arkansas First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton.
1996: Bill Clinton. Of course!
2000: George W. Bush. Al Gore was nice. Pleasant looking. A gentleman. But there was something to W. that Erica Kane appreciative.
2004: George W. Bush. John Kerry reminded of her of the type of men from her past. And she didn't need to go back to remembering the men from her past.
2008: Barack Obama. John McCain was a senior citizen already. And had her mother, Mona Tyler, not died in 1994…Erica would have liked to have arranged a date between the two. Barack Obama was instant recognition by Erica as a winner. His looks. His charms. His personality. And Erica's daughter Bianca, already out and supported, sensed that Barack Obama would be an inclusive president of the United States…and told her mother that she was endorsing Obama for the nomination and, should he win the nomination, the general election. Bianca's endorsement was reinforcement for Erica
2012: Barack Obama. Compared to 2008, it was a tougher choice. Mitt Romney reminded Erica Kane of the men she used to find attractive. But, a lot has changed throughout the years for Erica, personally, and Mitt Romney was too much in the past. Erica wants to always be in the present. And daughter Bianca was so thrilled that President Obama endorsed marriage equality…it didn't take too longer for Erica to figure out that Obama had earned a second term


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dancing with Myself on June 15, 2015, 10:03:45 pm
North and South (1985,1986,1994,) Characthers:

Figured my favorite mini-series deserved some time here.



Orry Main (Patrick Swayze's Charcther. The South in the title:)


1844-James K Polk
1848-Zachary Tayor
1852-Winfield Scott
1856-James Buchanan
1860-John C Breckinridge
1864- CSA Office/No Vote
1868-Dead (Murdered in 1865)



George Hazard (James Read's Charcther, The North in the title:)


1844-Polk
1848-Taylor
1852-Franklin Pierce
1856-John C Freemont
1860-Stephen Douglas
1864- MIA (Captured in Libby Prison)
1868- US Grant
1872-Grant
1876-Tilden

See him going Republican in 1880,88,96, and the rest of his years. Only see him voting for Cleveland twice.



Virgillia Hazzard Grady (Kristie Alley's charcther)

1844-James Burney (Liberty Party)
1848-Van Buren
1852-John Hale
1856-John C Freemont
1860-Lincoln (The mini series had her supporting a  fringe candidate who didn't exist.)
1864-On the lam for murder but I see her supporting Lincoln
1868-Hanged in 1865



Charles Main (Lewis Smith/Kyle Chandler:)

1852-Franklin Pierce
1856-James Buchanan
1860-John C Breckinridge
1864-CSA Solider (No Vote)
1868-Grant




Elkanah Bent (Main Villain):

1844-Polk
1848-Taylor
1852-Pierce
1856-Buchanan
1860-Breckinridge
1864-CSA Sympathezer/Guns Trader/Revolutionary
1868-Died in 1866 (Lost sanity and was hanged)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on June 19, 2015, 02:51:24 pm
Generation War (post war era)

Wilhelm: CDU
Charolette: CDU
Viktor: SDP (presuming he stays in Germany)
Greta: SDP (had she lived)
Friedhelm: SDP (had he lived)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on June 22, 2015, 07:54:59 pm
Cecil Gains (The Butler)
1940: Willkie
1944: Dewey
1948: Dewey
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukukis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on June 26, 2015, 12:13:12 am
Orange is The New Black:

(Obviously the convicts couldn't vote but if they could)
Healy: Romney
Caputo: Strikes me as a moderate hero, probably Obama
Piper: Obama
Alex: Obama
Lorna: Obama
Red: Romney (possibly conservative former Soviet)
Pennsyltucky: I'd say Santorum but she increasingly doesn't seem to buy into the religious sh**t.
Daya: Obama
Mendoza: Obama
Soso: Probably Jill Stein if she isn't just an apolitical Anarchist

I just saw Red earlier today claim that being nice was for cowards and Democrats, so yeah, probably something Republican.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on June 26, 2015, 03:09:01 pm
Orange is The New Black:

(Obviously the convicts couldn't vote but if they could)
Healy: Romney
Caputo: Strikes me as a moderate hero, probably Obama
Piper: Obama
Alex: Obama
Lorna: Obama
Red: Romney (possibly conservative former Soviet)
Pennsyltucky: I'd say Santorum but she increasingly doesn't seem to buy into the religious sh**t.
Daya: Obama
Mendoza: Obama
Soso: Probably Jill Stein if she isn't just an apolitical Anarchist

I just saw Red earlier today claim that being nice was for cowards and Democrats, so yeah, probably something Republican.

heh, missed that one


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DS0816 on June 29, 2015, 06:14:02 am
Orange is The New Black:

(Obviously the convicts couldn't vote but if they could)
Healy: Romney
Caputo: Strikes me as a moderate hero, probably Obama
Piper: Obama
Alex: Obama
Lorna: Obama
Red: Romney (possibly conservative former Soviet)
Pennsyltucky: I'd say Santorum but she increasingly doesn't seem to buy into the religious sh**t.
Daya: Obama
Mendoza: Obama
Soso: Probably Jill Stein if she isn't just an apolitical Anarchist

I just saw Red earlier today claim that being nice was for cowards and Democrats, so yeah, probably something Republican.

Red would vote for Obama.



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Higgs on June 29, 2015, 09:22:05 pm
Orange is The New Black:

(Obviously the convicts couldn't vote but if they could)
Healy: Romney
Caputo: Strikes me as a moderate hero, probably Obama
Piper: Obama
Alex: Obama
Lorna: Obama
Red: Romney (possibly conservative former Soviet)
Pennsyltucky: I'd say Santorum but she increasingly doesn't seem to buy into the religious sh**t.
Daya: Obama
Mendoza: Obama
Soso: Probably Jill Stein if she isn't just an apolitical Anarchist

I just saw Red earlier today claim that being nice was for cowards and Democrats, so yeah, probably something Republican.

Red would vote for Obama.



All the evidence points toward her voting Republican


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Proudconnh on July 04, 2015, 01:04:08 am
Another Harry Potter list
General Election 2015 (Some dead characters included)
Harry:Labour
Hermione:Animal Welfare
Ron:Labour

Arthur W:Labour
Molly W:Labour
Ginny:Green
Percy:Labour
Bill:Labour
Charlie:Labour
Fred:Labour
George:Labour

Dumbledore:Green
Flich(Caretaker):UKIP
McGonagall:Conservative
Snape: No vote
Professor Sprout:Green
Hagrid:Labour
Professor Binns:Conservative
Slughorn:UKIP
Flitwick:Labour

Neville:Labour
Seamus:Sinn Fein (Northern Irish)
Dean Thomas:Labour
Cho Chang:Green
Lavender Brown:Labour
Oliver Wood:Labour
Cedric Diggory:Labour
Amos Diggory:Conservative

Draco Malfoy:BNP
Lucius Malfoy:Conservative
Bellatrix Lestrange:BNP
Crabbe:BNP
Goyle:BNP
Pansy Parkinson:BNP

Sirius Black:Labour
Lupin:Labour
Tonks:Green
Dobby:TUSC
Kingsley Shaklebolt:Lib Dems
Mad Eye Moody:Conservative

Vernon Dursley:UKIP
Dudley:UKIP
Petunia:Conservative



 






Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on July 04, 2015, 01:55:27 am
Travis Bickle (Taxi Driver) Hawkish "tough on crime" Republican
 
1968: Wallace
1972: Nixon (Wallace in primary)
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Perot
1996: Dole (Buchanan in primary)
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain (Giuliani in primary)
2012: Romney (Gingrich in primary)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on July 05, 2015, 09:27:56 am
Nascar racers GOP
Baseball players GOP
Basketball fansDem


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Clark Kent on July 07, 2015, 02:21:27 pm
DC Comics characters:

Superman (New Deal Democrat-turned-moderate Republican):

1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1940: SWING - Lean Roosevelt
1944: Thomas Dewey
1948: Thomas Dewey
1952: Dwight Eisenhower
1956: Dwight Eisenhower
1960: Richard Nixon
1964: SWING - Lean Johnson
1968: SWING - Lean Nixon
1972: SWING - Lean Nixon
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George H.W. Bush
1992: George H.W. Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: George W. Bush
2004: SWING - Lean Bush
2008: Barack Obama
2012: SWING - Lean Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Leinad on July 12, 2015, 12:28:50 am
Has anyone done Community? Even if so, I'd like to take a shot at it:

-Jeff: probably doesn't vote
-Britta: Jill Stein (if she's wanting a moderate compromise)
-Annie: Hillary
-Abed: Write-in: Abed-Troy (Inspector Spacetime Party)
-Troy: Write-in: Abed-Troy (Inspector Spacetime Party)
-Shirley: Ben Carson (she's very socially conservative--she wore an Obama shirt once, but that was the season without Harmon, and an episode that completely disregarded canon in most every other case)
-Pierce: Trump is probably most like him, but no character played by Chevy Chase would vote Republican
-The Dean: he seemed to like Biden
-Chang: unpredictable (probably himself as dictator)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Crumpets on July 16, 2015, 12:56:09 am
Some British characters re: 2016 American politics

IT Crowd:
Roy: Bernie Sanders
Moss: Ben Carson (both good at only science and nothing else)
Jen: Carly Fiorina
Denholm: Chris Christie
Douglas: Donald Trump
Richmond: Rand Paul

Inbetweeners
Will: Scott Walker
Simon: Bernie Sanders
Neil: Lincoln Chafee (wants math to be easier, and thinks metric does that)
Jay: Donald Trump
Will's mum: Hillary Clinton
Neil's dad: Lindsey Graham (easy)

Sherlock
Sherlock: Pays no attention to politics
Watson: Hillary Clinton
Lestrade: John Kasich
Molly: Bernie Sanders
Moriarty: Donald Trump - just wants to revel in the chaos

Harry Potter (main characters)
Harry: Jim Webb
Ron: Bernie Sanders
Hermione: Bernie Sanders
Dumbledore: Not even going to try to guess
Ginny: Hillary Clinton
Luna: Lincoln Chafee
McGonagall: Hillary Clinton
Snape: Tells people he votes for Cruz, but actually votes for Webb
Hagrid: Joe Biden
Voldemort: Some KKK or Neo-Nazi candidate
Vernon: Mike Huckabee
Petunia: Rick Santorum
Dudley: Rick Perry or Chris Christie
Draco: Donald Trump


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: SWE on July 17, 2015, 12:58:49 pm
SpongeBob Squarepants
While he did show radical leftist tendencies in one episode, that seemed more out of a respect for Squidward than his actual position. Most of the time he just seems like a liberal weenie.
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama

Patrick Star
He's practically the conservative stereotype of a welfare queen. Obvious straight ticket Democratic voter is obvious.
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama

Squidward Tentacles
Clearly a radical Marxist. (http://i.imgur.com/uoNsZl0.jpg)
1980: Gus Hall
1984: Gus Hall
1988: Lenora Fulani
1992: Lenora Fulani
1996: James Harris
2000: James Harris
2004: Roger Calero
2008: Roger Calero
2012: Peta Lindsay

Mr. Krabs
Business owner who votes in his own self-interest. This is an easy one.
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: George W. Bush
2004: George W. Bush
2008. John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney

Sandy Cheeks
As an intellectual, she's probably a Democrat who will occasionally vote third party
1980: John Anderson
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Ralph Nader
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama   

Plankton
Probably a fascist
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Howard Phillips
2000: Pat Buchanan
2004: George W. Bush
2008: John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Higgs on July 17, 2015, 03:25:59 pm
SpongeBob Squarepants
While he did show radical leftist tendencies in one episode, that seemed more out of a respect for Squidward than his actual position. Most of the time he just seems like a liberal weenie.
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama

Patrick Star
He's practically the conservative stereotype of a welfare queen. Obvious straight ticket Democratic voter is obvious.
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama

Squidward Tentacles
Clearly a radical Marxist. (http://i.imgur.com/uoNsZl0.jpg)
1980: Gus Hall
1984: Gus Hall
1988: Lenora Fulani
1992: Lenora Fulani
1996: James Harris
2000: James Harris
2004: Roger Calero
2008: Roger Calero
2012: Peta Lindsay

Mr. Krabs
Business owner who votes in his own self-interest. This is an easy one.
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: George W. Bush
2004: George W. Bush
2008. John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney

Sandy Cheeks
As an intellectual, she's probably a Democrat who will occasionally vote third party
1980: John Anderson
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Ralph Nader
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama   

Plankton
Probably a fascist
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Howard Phillips
2000: Pat Buchanan
2004: George W. Bush
2008: John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney

Idk about spongebob voting liberal, he was pretty anti welfare in that episode where he wanted squidward to get a job (can't remember the title).

I think Sandy would vote Republican, she is from Texas after all.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DKrol on July 17, 2015, 04:00:53 pm
SpongeBob Squarepants
While he did show radical leftist tendencies in one episode, that seemed more out of a respect for Squidward than his actual position. Most of the time he just seems like a liberal weenie.
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama

Patrick Star
He's practically the conservative stereotype of a welfare queen. Obvious straight ticket Democratic voter is obvious.
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama

Squidward Tentacles
Clearly a radical Marxist. (http://i.imgur.com/uoNsZl0.jpg)
1980: Gus Hall
1984: Gus Hall
1988: Lenora Fulani
1992: Lenora Fulani
1996: James Harris
2000: James Harris
2004: Roger Calero
2008: Roger Calero
2012: Peta Lindsay

Mr. Krabs
Business owner who votes in his own self-interest. This is an easy one.
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: George W. Bush
2004: George W. Bush
2008. John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney

Sandy Cheeks
As an intellectual, she's probably a Democrat who will occasionally vote third party
1980: John Anderson
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Ralph Nader
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama   

Plankton
Probably a fascist
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Howard Phillips
2000: Pat Buchanan
2004: George W. Bush
2008: John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney

Idk about spongebob voting liberal, he was pretty anti welfare in that episode where he wanted squidward to get a job (can't remember the title).

I think Sandy would vote Republican, she is from Texas after all.

Spongebob strikes me as a Indy who usually breaks Dem, but could vote GOP in a blowout (1984, 1972).

Sandy seems like a Wendy Davis Texan, not a Ted Cruz Texan.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: YaBoyNY on July 17, 2015, 04:10:48 pm
DC Comics characters:

Superman (New Deal Democrat-turned-moderate Republican):

1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1940: SWING - Lean Roosevelt
1944: Thomas Dewey
1948: Thomas Dewey
1952: Dwight Eisenhower
1956: Dwight Eisenhower
1960: Richard Nixon
1964: Barry Goldwater
1968: SWING - Lean Nixon
1972: SWING - Lean Nixon
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George H.W. Bush
1992: George H.W. Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: George W. Bush
2004: SWING - Lean Bush
2008: Barack Obama
2012: SWING - Lean Romney

Lmao, I'm dying.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: TheElectoralBoobyPrize on July 21, 2015, 10:18:12 pm
I'll do two Netflix sitcoms...

Bojack Horseman: I think everyone except Todd is a Democrat. He's probably just apolitical or would support Ron Paul/Rand Paul/Gary Johnson. Mr. Peanut Butter may also be apolitical. Bojack's Dad was a Republican and his Mom probably was too, but they're pretty minor characters.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt:

Kimmy: Republican
Titus:  Democrat
Jacqueline: Republican (basically stated)
Lillian: Democrat (basically stated)
Xanthippe: hard to say, but a minor in any case
Logan: Republican/Conservative
Dong: Democrat
Cyndee: Republican
Gretchen: Republican
Donna: Democrat
Charles: Democrat
Rev.Wayne: Republican


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on July 25, 2015, 03:37:39 pm
I'll do two Netflix sitcoms...

Bojack Horseman: I think everyone except Todd is a Democrat. He's probably just apolitical or would support Ron Paul/Rand Paul/Gary Johnson. Mr. Peanut Butter may also be apolitical. Bojack's Dad was a Republican and his Mom probably was too, but they're pretty minor characters.

()
Love the quote about going around the horn instead of through the canal. In any case, Bojack clearly hates all sides due to the assumption by most ideologies of some redeeming quality of human nature. Maybe left-leaning, but hardly some hunky-dory little liberal. Great show. Diane seems like the only vocally political one, and she's obviously a left-winger of some stripe.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Swing State Ohio on August 27, 2015, 04:18:24 am
Simpsons:

Homer:

'80 and '84: Reagen
'88: Bush
'92: Perot
'96: Clinton
'00 See entry for Marge. Homer might vote for Bush anyway because of Gore's lack of charisma
'08 Primaries: R. Wiggum (ineligible)
'08: Obama
'12 GOP Primary: Ted Nugent
'12: Romney
'16 GOP Primary: Trump

Homer is a blue collar low-info swing voter.

Marge:

'68 and '72: Nixon (may not be voting age in '68, is a baby boomer)
'76 and '80: Carter
'84: Reagen
'88: Bush (note; Marge was quite conservative in the early years of The Simpsons, being very passionate about going to church)
'92 and '96: Clinton (no new taxes anyone?)
'00 Tossup depending on if the episode Two Bad Neighbors is factored in. She would vote Bush as having more character if not. If it does, the name "Bush" would be stained in the household.
'04 Kerry
'08 Primary: Clinton (Marge would see her as the more moderate and grounded choice)
'08 and '12: Obama
'16 Primary (DEM): Clinton (at least initially)

Marge is a housewife

Joe Quimby

Democrat in all elections, is a member of the party. Votes for himself several times per election. The show occasionally parodies Bill Clinton with him.

Slideshow Bob

Republican in all elections, is a member of the party as a fairly intelligent conservative, but becomes incarcerated and unable to vote.

Lisa:

(Lisa is 8 years old in the show. The show's first episode was in late 1989, so Lisa was born in 1981. She becomes voting age in 1999)

'88: Dukakis (in hindsight, no vote)
'00: Nader
'04: Kerry
'08 (DEM Primary): Clinton
'08 and '12: Obama
'16 (DEM Primary) Initial Clinton, less enthusiastic after poll numbers start to drop. Would support Warren if running or Stien if she has a chance.

Lisa is a strong progressive liberal intellectual.

Bart

Eligible voter after 1997

'08: McCain
'12: Romney
'16 (GOP Primary): Trump

Monty Burns

Since 1928, he's been voting mostly GOP, with exceptions for '68 (possible Wallace) and voting for Perot twice during the '90s.

Smithers would vote for whoever Burns told him to until he votes for Obama, delighted to finally see a gay rights candidate run.

I have no idea who Maggie would vote for when she becomes voting age, which would be in time for the '04 election at the earliest.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on September 06, 2015, 10:11:21 pm
American Dreams: (If any of you remember it)

Meg Pryor: (leftish Kennedyesque Catholic liberal)

1968: RFK (Primary) Humphrey (General)
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Kennedy (Primary) Carter (General)
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukukis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Jack Pryor: (Reagan Democrat)
1948: Truman
1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: RFK (Primary) Humphrey (General)
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Dukukis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney

JJ Pryor (Vietnam Vet, probably hawkish conservative)

1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Perot
1996: Dole
2000: (Primary) McCain (General) Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney

Patty Pryor: (Leftish counter-cultural hippie)
1972: McGovern
1976: Camejo
1980: Commoner
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukukis
1992: Abstain
1996: Nader
2000: Nader
2004: Kerry (holds nose)
2008: Obama
2012: Stein

Will Pryor (Not sure, on one hand he might take after his father and older brother though having had polio in his youth might make him slightly more liberally inclined.)

Helen Pryor (Slightly more liberal then her husband)

1948: Truman
1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: RFK (Primary) Humphrey (General)
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukukis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Hillary (Primary) Obama (General)
2012: Obama

Pete Pryor: (Younger brother of Jack "Law and order" cop, mentioned he might vote for Goldwater)

1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Goldwater
1968: Wallace
1972: Wallace (Primary) Nixon (General)
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Clinton (For increasing federal funding to police)
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney (Gingrich in primary)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: libertpaulian on September 22, 2015, 09:08:13 pm
Let's do classic 80s sitcoms.  Here's how I think each of these main characters would have voted historically, starting at the year they're eligible to vote in their TV universe.

The Golden Girls:

Dorothy: Born into a working class family in NYC during the Depression?  Schoolteacher?  Perfect recipe for a Democrat.

1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern, MAYBE Nixon if he got to her on the issues
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale (Sophia mentions it in one episode)
1988: Dukakis (Sophia mentions this in the above episode in the same scene)
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama (her last election, as Bea Arthur died in 2009)

Rose: She comes off as the swing voter type.  I could see her voting for the right candidate at the right time.  Definitely a moderate.

1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Could go either way
1980: Reagan (She comes off as the Reagan Democrat type)
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Bush (His folksiness convinces her)
2004: Bush (see 2000)
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Blanche: I see her as an old-fashioned Southern Democrat who could go for the right type of Republican.

1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon (Would NOT vote for a McGovern type)
1976: Carter (He's from Georgia just like her)
1980: Carter
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: Obama (her last election, as Rue McClanahan died in 2010)

Sophia: Immigrant, working class New Yorker, lived through the Depression...yeah, the elephant certainly isn't her animal.

1928: Smith
1932: FDR
1936: FDR
1940: FDR
1944: FDR
1948: Truman
1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: Maybe McGovern.  I don't think Sophia's tough old bird personality would vote for a hippie type though.  She just may break her "No Republicans Rule" this once.
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry (Her last election.  Estelle Getty was starting to become ill in the early 2000s, so I think she wouldn't be well enough to vote in 2008, and then Estelle Getty died in 2009).

Who's the Boss?:

Tony: Working-class Italian New Yorker=Democrat.  May occasionally vote Republican if he's convinced.

1972: Nixon (He was moderate plus Tony wouldn't vote for McGovern's hippie views)
1976: Carter (the lingering 70s recession)
1980: Carter
1984: Reagan (Tony was convinced by Reagan's "Are you better off?" zinger)
1988: Maybe Bush
1992: Clinton (definitely...Tony was already a teacher by then)
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry (fellow Northeasterner)
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Angela: Republicans used to dominate Connecticut back in the day.  Angela is a successful businesswoman, is active in her community, has an uptight personality...she's definitely a New England Republican.  I'd say she's definitely more to the right than a Rockefeller Republican, but at the same time, she's definitely NOT a Tea Party Republican.  

1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton (It's mentioned in an episode that the recession affected her advertising agency.  So, she presumably blamed Bush for it.  Plus, she was probably turned off by Pat Buchanan's "Culture Wars" speech.)
1996: Clinton (The economy is doing great, plus Clinton's policies were pretty conservative.  By this time, she's mostly voting Democrat for federal offices and a swing voter for state and local offices, although she may still be registered Republican.)
2000: Bush (He was moderate enough for her to vote red again)
2004: Kerry (The economy was slowly recovering from the 2001-2002 recession at this time, plus she probably hated the Iraq War.)
2008: Obama
2012: Could go for either Obama or Romney since Romney is a New England Republican like her

Sam: DEFINITELY a Democrat.

1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Jonathan: Seems like a Democrat to me.  Maybe he turns out to be gay just like the actor who plays him, which solidifies his blueness.

1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Mona: The quintessential Rockefeller Republican.  Switched to Democrat when the party started going more to the right, plus she was also starting to get up there in years.  In her mind, she wasn't going to vote for the party that planned to take away her Social Security and Medicare!  (Yes, I also take into consideration she shared in the wealth of Angela's agency and that she was basically living at the Bower residence for free.)

1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

The Cosby Show:

Cliff: Doctor, conservative, etc.  Republican.

1956: Eisenhower
1960: Nixon
1964: Johnson (only due to Goldwater's stance on the CRA)
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: Obama (he comes off as centrist enough for him, plus hey, first black Prez)
2012: Obama

Claire: Trial lawyer?  Career woman with spunk?  Democrat.  Occasionally voted Republican, either when the Democrat was an embarrassment of a nominee or during peaceful economic good times.

1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Nixon (Humphrey's too liberal for her)
1972: Nixon (again, McGovern's too liberal for her)
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Reagan (She pondered Reagan's "Are you better off?" question.)
1988: Bush (Dukakis was too much of an embarrassment for anyone to support)
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Denise: Nuff said.

1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Theo: He studied psychology.  Most social workers are liberal, so...

1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Vanessa: Yeah...

1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama

Rudy: Same

2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: / on September 24, 2015, 11:12:49 pm
Family Guy:

Peter - Donald Trump
Lori - Hillary Clinton
Brian - Bernie Sanders
Quagmire - Rand Paul
Cleveland - Joe Biden
Joe - Marco Rubio
Meg - Hillary Clinton
Chris - Donald Trump


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on September 25, 2015, 02:02:41 am
Grace and Frankie

Grace (Strikes me as a moderate pro-business Republican type who may occasionally vote Democratic also)

1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton (Turned off by Buchanan speech)
1996: Clinton (Moderate enough for her)
2000: Gore (McCain in Primary)
2004: Bush
2008: Obama (didn't like Palin
2012: Obama

Robert (Martin Sheen may be pretty solidly liberal but his character strikes me as having been a closeted gay Republican who may at one time have been more liberal.)

1968: (Doesn't vote, anti-war law student)
1972: McGovern
1976: Ford (dislikes Carter's bible thumping
1980: Anderson
1984: Reagan (Since he's starting to make good money and establish himself as a lawyer)
1988: Bush
1992: Perot
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Obama (for supporting gay marriage)

Frankie (obvious liberal Democrat who had a Gore bumpersticker in her garage)

1968: (Anti-War, didn't vote)
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Carter (Kennedy in primary)
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukukis
1992: Clinton (Brown in primary)
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore (Bradley in primary)
2004: Kerry (Dean in primary)
2008: Obama (Primary and general)
2012: Obama
2016: Sanders

Sol (Same as his wife)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: RogueBeaver on September 25, 2015, 07:59:05 am
Mad Men

Don (Nixon Republican) Straight-ticket GOP since 1960.

Pete (Moderate Dem). GOP in '72 and the '80s, Dem otherwise. Could see him moving to GOP later as Dems liberalize.

Burt Cooper: Generic GOP

Roger Sterling: Generic GOP

Peggy: Apolitical, possibly GOP-leaning (Goldwater ad)

Lee Garner Jr.: Jessecrat

Lane Pryce: One Nation Tory at home, Rocky-to-Nixon GOP in US

Bob: Generic Republican

Jane: Generic Dem

Betty Draper: Rocky GOP till 70s, then Dem.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Enduro on September 25, 2015, 06:42:05 pm
The Dark Knight (Republican party only)
Bruce Wayne: Carly Fiorina.
Joker: Donald Trump.
Harvey Dent: Chris Christie.
Two-Face: that's a hard one, it really depends on a COIN TOSS! Get it?
Lucius Fox: Maybe Marco Rubio, or any one left.
Commissioner Gordon: Rand Paul, or any one still left.
Batman: no one, because he is the voter candidates deserve but not the one they need.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: libertpaulian on September 25, 2015, 07:32:16 pm
Boy Meets World:

The Kids-

Cory: Swing voter, later votes Dem.  He's a teacher after all.

Topanga: Attorney at a large law firm.  She's Dem.  Biglaw attorneys are mostly Democrats.

Shawn: Author and hipster?  Dem.

Eric: Considering his large emphasis on children's issues, he's definitely Democrat.

Jack: Corporate bigshot.  Centrist country club Republican.  Probably votes for people like Boehner, McConnell, Romney, Jeb!, and Rubio.  Repulsed by Ted Cruz, Louie Gohmert, and Paul Broun types.

Angela:  Uh...Dem.

Rachel: Swing voter.

Minkus: See Jack.

Morgan: Unknown.  I'd have to see what became of her when she guest stars in GMW to make an educated guess.

The Adults-

Alan: Swing voter.  Reagan Democrat in the 80s, voted Clinton in the 90s, went to Bush in the 00s, went for Obama twice.  Probably will vote Republican in '16 due to the Democrats' rapid liberalizing.

Amy: Dem.

Mr. Feeny: New England intellectual and schoolteacher?  DEM.

Mr. Turner: Teacher.  Dem.


Looks like our friends from Philadelphia are overwhelmingly blue.



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Crumpets on September 25, 2015, 11:13:36 pm
Boston Legal

Alan: Bernie Sanders - avid Obama supporter in '08, doesn't like Hillary Clinton, lives in Boston
Denny: Donald Trump - similar personalities, Sarah Palin fan, may be looking for cabinet spot.
Shirley: Hillary Clinton - strong supporter of hers in '08
Paul: Jeb Bush - Stuffy, wants someone who's mature in the White House
Brad: Graham (formerly Perry) - big on veterans issues, hawkish
Denise: Hillary Clinton - feminist, lawyer
Jerry: Lincoln Chafee - wants a policy wonk, likes politicians who are kind of awkward
Clarence: Bernie Sanders - I imagine Sanders does well with the part-time drag queen demographic
Katie: Ineligible to vote, but supports Hillary Clinton
Carl: Joe Biden - Kind-hearted, moderate Democrat, old, white man


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on October 03, 2015, 01:44:38 pm
American Pie
Jim: (Jewish liberal, Straight Democrat 2000-2016)

Chris: (moderate hero independent)
2000: Didn't vote
2004: Bush
2008: Obama
2012: Romney

Kevin: (Nerdy Liberal)

Michelle: (Band geek liberal)

Stifler: (MRA Libertarian)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on October 25, 2015, 12:02:57 am
The Big Lebowski

The Dude: Jill Stein though could be persuaded to vote for Bernie Sanders in the primary also.
Walter Sobachek: Neocon, probably Rubio
Donny: Deceased but if he was still living he strikes me as being pretty impressionable and just going along with whatever Walter tells him.
Mr Lebowski: Blue blooded Republican, Jeb Bush
Brandt: Whoever Mr Lebowski tells him to so Jeb Bush
Maude: Hillary Clinton
The Nihlists: German, obviously nobody though if they did have an ideology it would be misanthropic libertarianism so FDP.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Maxwell on October 25, 2015, 01:17:28 am
Fry: Donald Trump
Bender: Donald Trump
Zapp Brannigan: Donald Trump
Kif Kroker: Bernie Sanders
Leela: Hillary Clinton
Amy: Bernie Sanders
Professor Farnsworth: Bernie Sanders
Zoidberg: Lincoln Chafee
Hermes: Hillary Clinton
Mom: Scott Walker or Jeb Bush donor turned Marco Rubio donor


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Higgs on November 01, 2015, 09:08:51 pm
I'm sure somebody has done this already but whatever.

The Walking Dead:

Rick: Ted Cruz
Maggie: Jeb Bush
Glenn: Rand Paul
Daryl: Donald Trump
Morgan: Lincoln Chafee
Carl: Marco Rubio
Carol: Lindsey Graham



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on November 02, 2015, 01:59:30 am
Fever Pitch

Ben: Massachussetts school teacher, obvious liberal
Lindsey: Clintonian


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Extrabase500 on November 08, 2015, 02:41:36 pm
Walking Dead

Rick = Jeb Bush
Hershical = John Kasich
Shane = Ted Cruz
Dale = Bernie Sanders
Lori = Hillary Clinton
Tyreese = Hillary Clinton
Merle Dixon = Donald Trump
Daryl = Rand Paul
Carl = Jeb Bush
Glenn = Hillary Clinton
Maggie = Hillary Clinton
Dr. Porter = Hillary Clinton
Negan = Donald Trump
The Governor = Marco Rubio

Family Guy

Peter = Donald Trump
Brian = Bernie Sanders
Lois = George Pataki
Chris = Hillary Clinton
Joe = Marco Rubio
Meg = Hillary Clinton
Bruce = Hillary Clinton
Cleveland = Ben Carson
Quaigmire = Rand Paul


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: SUSAN CRUSHBONE on November 08, 2015, 03:36:21 pm
garnet: is the personification of a lesbian relationship. sanders.
amethyst: i'd guess a radical anarchist. tiny fringe left party or doesn't vote.
pearl: probably a bloomberg type. clinton or potentially one of the Very Serious candidates.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on November 10, 2015, 01:05:38 am
Rescue Me:
Tommy Gavin: Hawkish swing voter, probably a registered Democrat but voted for Bush and McCain, possibly Obama in 2012.
Lou Shea: Democrat (though not particularly liberal)
Franco Rivera: Ron Paul Libertarian (9-11 truther)
Sean Garrity: Democrat
Mike: doesn't vote
Janet Gavin: Democrat
Colleen Gavin: Democrat
Black Sean: Democrat



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: RINO Tom on November 10, 2015, 02:18:37 pm
Walking Dead

Rick = Jeb Bush
Hershical = John Kasich
Shane = Ted Cruz
Dale = Bernie Sanders
Lori = Hillary Clinton
Tyreese = Hillary Clinton
Merle Dixon = Donald Trump
Daryl = Rand Paul
Carl = Jeb Bush
Glenn = Hillary Clinton
Maggie = Hillary Clinton
Dr. Porter = Hillary Clinton
Negan = Donald Trump
The Governor = Marco Rubio

Family Guy

Peter = Donald Trump
Brian = Bernie Sanders
Lois = George Pataki
Chris = Hillary Clinton
Joe = Marco Rubio
Meg = Hillary Clinton
Bruce = Hillary Clinton
Cleveland = Ben Carson
Quaigmire = Rand Paul

I don't know if she strictly votes on this, but Maggie revealed in season 2 that she is adamantly pro-life.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Eomer on November 10, 2015, 03:33:06 pm
Family Guy:

Peter - Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton
Lori - Hillary Clinton
Brian - Bernie Sanders Hillary Clinton
Stewie - Donald Trump or write-in: himself
Quagmire - Rand Paul Donald Trump
Cleveland - Joe Biden Hillary Clinton
Joe - Marco Rubio John Kasich
Meg - Hillary Clinton
Chris - Donald Trump Bernie Sanders

Guys, the Griffins live in Rhode Island. That means, no one votes Republican or Sanders.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Green Line on November 10, 2015, 11:46:20 pm
Walking Dead

Rick = Jeb Bush
Hershical = John Kasich
Shane = Ted Cruz
Dale = Bernie Sanders
Lori = Hillary Clinton
Tyreese = Hillary Clinton
Merle Dixon = Donald Trump
Daryl = Rand Paul
Carl = Jeb Bush
Glenn = Hillary Clinton
Maggie = Hillary Clinton
Dr. Porter = Hillary Clinton
Negan = Donald Trump
The Governor = Marco Rubio


You forgot about Carol!  Carol - Florina.  They even look like each other


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Stan on November 22, 2015, 11:15:38 am
The Big Bang Theory? Is very hard to say who Sheldon votes...in one episode He said that he appreciate the Carter proposal to adopt in the US metric system.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Young Conservative on November 25, 2015, 11:57:15 pm
Parks and Recreation:
2016 Election:
Ron Swanson: Rand Paul
April: No One, Doesn't Vote
Andy: Tries to find ballot place, gets lost. IF he did end up finding it, would randomly select
Leslie: Hillary Clinton
Ben: Strikes me as a John Kasich
Tom: Won't Vote Until 2020 when Kanye runs
Donna: (She votes for whoever won't raise taxes we learn in the season) possibly Donald Trump for her, but Kanye 2020
Jerry: Jim Gilmore, they can relate
Ann: Hillary Clinton
Chris: martin o'malley


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: tschandler on December 01, 2015, 05:50:17 am
Walking Dead

Rick = Jeb Bush
Hershical = John Kasich
Shane = Ted Cruz
Dale = Bernie Sanders
Lori = Hillary Clinton
Tyreese = Hillary Clinton
Merle Dixon = Donald Trump
Daryl = Rand Paul
Carl = Jeb Bush
Glenn = Hillary Clinton
Maggie = Hillary Clinton
Dr. Porter = Hillary Clinton
Negan = Donald Trump
The Governor = Marco Rubio

Family Guy

Peter = Donald Trump
Brian = Bernie Sanders
Lois = George Pataki
Chris = Hillary Clinton
Joe = Marco Rubio
Meg = Hillary Clinton
Bruce = Hillary Clinton
Cleveland = Ben Carson
Quaigmire = Rand Paul

I don't know if she strictly votes on this, but Maggie revealed in season 2 that she is adamantly pro-life.

And she is a rural white Georgian under 50.  I live around rural white Georgians (and Alabamians).  If they are political they are Republicans or Libertarians depending on if they are churchy or like to smoke pot. 


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on December 04, 2015, 04:40:03 pm
Again around Xmas time, I emphasize Scrooge.

Ebenezer Scrooge
Grim Reaper: Conservative or Tea Party

Late-Jacorb Marley
Ghost of Xmas Past: Reform Conservative or Trump

Ghost of Xmas Present
Late-sister of Ebenezer
Fred
Bob Crachet
Tiny Tim
Scrooge Fiance SECULAR Dems


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on December 05, 2015, 06:56:54 pm
Planes, Trains and Automobiles:

Neal Page: Rockefeller Republican type, wealthy Advertising executive from the suburbs of Chicago
Del Griffith: lifelong Democrat




Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Slow Learner on December 18, 2015, 09:42:59 am
Red Dwarf:

Lister - Labour
Rimmer - Conservative
Kryten - Doesn't pay attention to politics as it gets in the way of cleaning
The Cat - See Kryten, but replace 'cleaning' with 'himself'.
EarlyKochanski - SNP (formerly Labour)
LaterKochanski - Not sure. Labour/Liberal Democrat swing voter
MaleHolly - Doesn't pay attention to politics
FemaleHolly - Liberal Democrat / see MaleHolly
Captain Hollister - Republican / Jeb Bush 2016


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on January 13, 2016, 06:48:41 pm
The League:

Kevin: Obama '08, Romney '12
Pete: Not particularly political
Ruxin: See Kevin
Taco: Libertarian or Green Party (but probably is too high to even know what those are)
Dre: Liberal Democrat
Jennie: Moderate Republican?
Sofia: Average Democrat
Rafi: Felon- probably can't vote and wouldn't anyway


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Adam the Gr8 on January 22, 2016, 12:43:03 am
King of the Hill:

Hank
1960- Nixon
1964- Johnson (He named his dog after his wife)
1968- Nixon
1972- Nixon
1976- Ford
1980- Reagan ("I miss voting for that man.")
1984- Reagan
1988- Bush
1992- Bush ("You've gotta be kidding me; who's gonna lick a stamp with Bill Clinton on it?")
1996- Dole
2000- Bush (Despite W lacking a firm handshake, I would assume he still voted for him)
2004- Bush
2008- McCain
2012- Romney
2016 Primary- Bush (Probably establishment but not Kasich or Christie)

Peggy
Seems to vote for whoever Hank does. Maybe Obama in 2008 and Bush in the 2016 primary because he speaks Spanish.

Bobby
2000- Bush
2004- Bush
2008- Obama
2012- Obama (tossup I guess)
2016- Trump (He loves celebrities)

Dale (Doesn't vote but if he did)
1960- No idea.
1964- Goldwater (UFOs!)
1968- No idea.
1972- Hospers
1976- MacBride
1980- Clark
1984- Bergland
1988- Paul
1992- Perot
1996- Perot (He know's Dole is fakin' that dead arm)
2000- Browne
2004- Badnarik
2008- Barr
2012- Johnson
2016- Paul in the primary possibly, if not Johnson

Bill
1960- Nixon
1964- Goldwater
1968- Nixon
1972- Nixon
1976- Ford
1980- Reagan
1984- Reagan
1988- Bush
1992- Bush
1996- Dole
2000- Bush
2004- Bush
2008- McCain
2012- Romney
2016- Cruz probably

Boomhauer
1960- Kennedy
1964- Johnson
1968- Nixon
1972- Nixon
1976- Ford
1980- Reagan
1984- Reagan
1988- Bush
1992- Bush
1996- Dole
2000- Bush
2004- Bush
2008- McCain
2012- Romney
2016- Kasich probably

Cotton
1932- Hoover (He went to a wax museum just to give FDR the finger)
1936- Landon
1940- Willkie
1944- Dewey
1948- Dewy
1952- Eisenhower
1956- Eisenhower
1960- Nixon
1964- Tossup
1968- Nixon
1972- Nixon
1976- Ford (Carter was a "one-termin' peanut farmer")
1980- Reagan
1984- Reagan
1988- Bush
1992- Bush even though he sounds just like Perot
1996- Dole
2000- Bush
2004- Bush
2008- McCain
2012- Romney
2016- Probably Cruz since he tried to kill Castro multiple times.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Illuminati Blood Drinker on February 12, 2016, 12:58:55 am
Which Hogwarts house would each candidate be sorted into?

Hillary: Gryffindor
Sanders: Gryffindor

TRUMP: Gryffindor
Jeb!: Ravenclaw
Rubio: Slytherin
Carson: Hufflepuff
Cruz: Slytherin
Gilmore: Gryffindor
Kasich: Hufflepuff


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Higgs on February 16, 2016, 08:35:30 pm
Which Hogwarts house would each candidate be sorted into?

Hillary: Gryffindor
Sanders: Gryffindor

TRUMP: Gryffindor
Jeb!: Ravenclaw
Rubio: Slytherin
Carson: Hufflepuff
Cruz: Slytherin
Gilmore: Gryffindor
Kasich: Hufflepuff

Nah you got it all wrong

Hillary: Slytherin
Bernie: Hufflepuff

Trump: Slytherin
Rubio: Gryffindor
Cruz: Ravenclaw
Jeb!: Gryffindor
Carson: Hufflepuff
Kasich: Gryffindor


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on February 16, 2016, 08:45:45 pm
Jeb is either a Slytherin who doesn't live up to the expectation of his father or a Hufflepuff of Slytherin blood. Prescott and H.W. were definitely Slytherins. After Dubya though, they might not give Jeb! a bid--even if he is a legacy!


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on February 16, 2016, 09:55:05 pm
Family Ties 2016:
Elyse Keaton: Hillary Clinton (old hippie but slightly jaded and just wants a women president)
Steven Keaton: Bernie Sanders
Alex P Keaton: Rubio or Kasich (Establishment Republican)
Mallory Keaton: Hillary Clinton (Yuppie Liberal)
Jennifer Keaton: Bernie Sanders
Andrew Keaton: Gary Johnson (Conservative, influenced by his older brother but a millennial so more libertarian leaning. Supported Ron Paul in 08 and 12.)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Intell on March 02, 2016, 09:04:18 am
For the 2016 Election: Boy/Girl Meets world (My Favorite show/s for lyfe.)

Cory: Clinton (Teacher, talks about the forgotten working class, union struggles, as well as being deeply patriotic, american and anti-communist, may vote Republican over Sanders.)
Shawn: Sanders (Writer, liberal leaning, latte-liberal idk, though was born working class so probably Sanders.)
George Feeny: Clinton (NE intellectual, fairly rich)
Topanga: Clinton (Big Lawyer, who helps people and has a hippie background)
Allan Matthews: Kasich (Seems like normal person, with a bit of a poor/ anti-hilllbily attitude.)
Amy Matthews:  Clinton (Seems like a Clinton supporter.)
Mr. Jonathan Turner: Sanders (Free Living, Liberal Teacher, now head of teaching)
Eli : Clinton (Black)
Jack Hunter: TRUMP (Seems like a typical working class republican, populist, probably anti-immigrant though not racist.)
Angela : Clinton (Black.)
Rachel: Clinton (Seems like it.)
Stuart Minkus: Kasich  (Becomes Rich, millionare, tradesmen and likes it, Moderate Rich Republican)

Riley: Clinton (Idealistic Person, who has implications of giving people shelter, peace, also seems feminist.)
Maya: Clinton (An Independent woman and artist.)
Lucas: Cruz (Texan background, idk seems like it)
Farkle Minkus: Intellectual Egotistical Lunatic, who starts to care for humanity, (Seems like Clinton.)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Intell on March 05, 2016, 12:45:54 am
All in the Family

Archie: TRUMP (Pretty Obvious)
Edith: Clinton (Seems like it, moderate, religious, liked Carter.)
Gloria: Clinton  (A Woman, feminist, liberal but not that much, seems like it.)
Micheal: Sanders (Male, Egotistical, hippie, has anti-woman prejudices, will make anti-Hillary slurs, vote for green and never for Hillary.)
Stephanie: Sanders (Jewish, as a child seemed to have liberal leanings.)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on April 04, 2016, 09:12:54 pm
All in the Family

Archie: TRUMP (Pretty Obvious)
Edith: Clinton (Seems like it, moderate, religious, liked Carter.)
Gloria: Clinton  (A Woman, feminist, liberal but not that much, seems like it.)
Micheal: Sanders (Male, Egotistical, hippie, has anti-woman prejudices, will make anti-Hillary slurs, vote for green and never for Hillary.)
Stephanie: Sanders (Jewish, as a child seemed to have liberal leanings.)

Expanding with more All In The Family characters:

George Jefferson - Trump (like Archie, favours keeping Latinos out)
Louise Jefferson - Probably Clinton.
Lionel Jefferson - Clinton or Sanders (more open to Clinton than the Meathead)
Frank Lorenzo - Clinton
Irene Lorenzo - Clinton
Barney Hefner - Trump (didn't seem to be as much of a bigot as Archie though, so maybe Cruz?)
Maude Findlay - Clinton (obviously)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 22, 2016, 12:20:35 am
Horace and Pete

Uncle Pete: Trump (extremely racist Reagan Democrat type, seems to have supported Carter in 76)
Horace: Sanders (blue collar liberal)
Pete: Sanders, though mostly apolitical
Sylvia: Hillary
Marsha: Sanders (Think she was quoted as saying "I'm a liberal but I think Hillary Clinton's a cunt!")
Leon: Either Sanders or Gary Johnson (seems to be kind of a misanthrope)
Kurt: Trump (seems to be an MRA/Alt-Right type)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Bird on April 24, 2016, 09:44:09 am
Here's an idea. Obviously all the West Wing main characters are partisan Democrats, but also ideologically pure saints, so which of the two would they support?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 24, 2016, 08:31:38 pm
Here's an idea. Obviously all the West Wing main characters are partisan Democrats, but also ideologically pure saints, so which of the two would they support?

Josiah Bartlett-Bernie Sanders (endorses fellow lefty New Englander over Hillary, as the Clintonians are too similar to Vice-President Hoynes)
Josh Lyman-Hillary (pure partisan hack, would support establishment candidate)
Donna Moss-Bernie (seems to be more of an independent thinker then Josh)
Toby Ziegler-Hillary (Pretty progressive but hawkish on foreign policy)
Sam Seaborne-Bernie (Somewhat of an idealist)
CJ Craig-Hillary
Charlie Young-Hillary
Matt Santos-Hillary
Arnold Vinick-Kasich
Ainsley Hayes-Kasich
Vice President Hoynes-Hillary


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: libertpaulian on April 27, 2016, 01:36:19 pm
The cast of FREAKS AND GEEKS (the show that was canceled TOO SOON!):

The Adults:

Harold Weir- TRUMP.  Harold was very blunt on the show, with all of his "You know what happened to my friend who smoked cigarettes?  HE DIED!" type of stories.  Trump would be a perfect fit for him.

Jean Weir- Clinton.  Jean seemed to be the typical docile housewife on the show who went along with whatever her husband said.  However, she has a few feminist tendencies of her own.  In one episode, she got into a fight with Harold because she felt he only appreciated her as a housewife and not as an individual.  In another episode, Lindsay and Harold were debating about the pros and cons of a woman President, and she took Lindsay's side.  Plus, in 2016, Jean would be REALLY REALLY REALLY old, and she'd like to see a woman President for her sake, as well as for her daughter's (Lindsay's) sake.

Mr. Rosso- Sanders.  Mr. Rosso's a dope-smoking hippie.  Sanders has promised on the campaign trail that he'd relax the marijuana laws, which would be right up Rosso's alley.

Mr. Kowchevski- Trump.  He was the asshole math teacher that always got on Daniel's case.  Very brash and abrasive.  It's revealed in one episode that he's in the closet, but because he's from a conservative area of Michigan, he's probably your typical closeted gay Republican.

Coach Fredricks- Clinton.  Teacher, so yeah.

Mr. and Mrs. Schweiber (Neal's parents)- Clinton.  Upper-middle class suburban Jews?  Definite Clinton voters.

Gloria Haverchuck (Bill's Mom)- Clinton.  Single mom who has to be a stripper in order to feed, clothe, and house her teenage son?  She'd definitely be included in Hillary's sob stories.

Cookie Kelly (Kim's Mom)- Trump.  Uneducated white trailer trash?  That's one of Trump's strongest demographics.

Mr. Andopolis (Nick's Dad whose name is never revealed): Either Trump or Cruz.  He's a tough military veteran and would prefer either candidate equally.

The Main Cast:

Lindsay Weir- Clinton.  Independent-minded and feminist.  Perfect mix for a Clinton voter.  Lindsay was a bit of a cynic on the show as well, which would normally make her an ideal Sanders voter, but she figures 2016 is the Year of the Woman, and America must elect a woman President.  Thus, Lindsay Weir (assuming she either keeps her nee or is still unmarried at this point) is #ReadyForHillary.

Sam Weir- Kasich.  The writers of the show said that Sam would experience a growth spurt and become more athletic if there was a season 2 (the actor himself grew about 10 inches in the year 2000).  However, we're going by what the characters were like for the 18 episodes we had with them.  Sam was scrawny, weak, an underdog, and constantly bullied.  Kasich is a total underdog in this race, and doesn't get a lot of respect.  Sam would naturally gravitate toward Kasich.

Neal Schweiber- Clinton.  Again, upper-middle class suburban Jew.

Bill Haverchuck- Trump.  Poor and white.  However, he was also kind of an oddball, which makes him seem like a Trump voter to me.

Daniel Desario- No one.  He was a bum who just liked to party and lay around on the show.  He'd probably be too lazy to register to vote, let alone go out and vote.

Nick Andopolis- Sanders.  Simple.  Sanders wants to end the War on Drugs, which means it's easier for Nick to get pot.  Nick was high practically every episode, so...

Ken Miller- Trump.  Comes from a wealthy family, which would ideally make him a moderate country club Republican.  However, he's very sarcastic and honest.  He wasn't afraid to insult Lindsay to her face, even when the Freaks were starting to welcome her into their circle.  So, I say Trump gains Seth Rogen's character as a voter.

Kim Kelly- Clinton.  Kim was shrill and a total bitch.  Need I say more?

Gordon Crisp- Trump.  He was the fat guy who had a BO problem, and tended to be blunt about inappropriate topics from time to time.

Harris Trinsky- Sanders.  Harris was that long-haired weirdo that got the Geeks into D&D.  I don't know.  He just comes off as a Sanders voter to me.

Alan White- Trump.  Alan was the school bully that picked on the geeks, but LOVED to pick on Sam for some reason.

Cindy Sanders- Kasich.  She was your typical Young Republican on the show.  She'd naturally gravitate toward Kasich after her preferred candidate Rubio dropped out of the race.  Cindy would think Cruz is too far right and that Trump doesn't belong in the GOP at all.

Millie Kentner- Cruz.  Millie was UBER religious.  Natural Cruz voter.

Tell me if I missed anyone from the show.  I don't think I did, as I am a MAJOR F&G fan...


Title: Who did Don Draper vote for?
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 29, 2016, 01:35:53 am
vote!


Title: Re: Who did Don Draper vote for?
Post by: Stm85 on April 29, 2016, 06:51:45 am
I'd guess Kasich. He strikes me as a guy with conservative values but not a guy who likes radical change.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on April 29, 2016, 12:59:39 pm
My latest obessesssion: Dangit Ron Paul Dangle Grandpa Dingle Rope Donkey Opra Dangan Ronpa!

Makoto Naegi: Clinton
Kyoko Kirigiri: Clinton
Byakuya Togami: Trump (Evil rich guys of a feather flap together)
Toko Fukawa/Genocider: Depends on which persona is active. Genocider is obviously a Trump voter, but Fukawa herself is too timid to vote.
Yashihiro Hagakure: Non-Voter. He uses his psychic powers to determine the winner. Unfortunately, he's only right 30% of the time.
Aoi Asahina: Sanders (He gives her free donuts!)
Sakura Oogami: Trump kidnapped her family so she voted for him.
Celestia Ludenberg: Clinton
Hifumi Yamada: Doesn't care about 3D elections
Kiyotaka Ishmaru: Kasich.
Mondo Oowada: Can't vote, he's a criminal.
Leon Kuwata: Same (I think)
Sayaka Maizono: Clinton
Mukuro Ikusaba: Trump or writes in her sister.
Junko Enoshima: Herself.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Goldwater on April 29, 2016, 03:48:10 pm
My latest obessesssion: Dangit Ron Paul Dangle Grandpa Dingle Rope Donkey Opra Dangan Ronpa!

Makoto Naegi: Clinton
Kyoko Kirigiri: Clinton
Byakuya Togami: Trump (Evil rich guys of a feather flap together)
Toko Fukawa/Genocider: Depends on which persona is active. Genocider is obviously a Trump voter, but Fukawa herself is too timid to vote.
Yashihiro Hagakure: Non-Voter. He uses his psychic powers to determine the winner. Unfortunately, he's only right 30% of the time.
Aoi Asahina: Sanders (He gives her free donuts!)
Sakura Oogami: Trump kidnapped her family so she voted for him.
Celestia Ludenberg: Clinton
Hifumi Yamada: Doesn't care about 3D elections
Kiyotaka Ishmaru: Kasich.
Mondo Oowada: Can't vote, he's a criminal.
Leon Kuwata: Same (I think)
Sayaka Maizono: Clinton
Mukuro Ikusaba: Trump or writes in her sister.
Junko Enoshima: Herself.


Eh, I wouldn't exactly call Togami evil. I'm also not sure about Ludenberg, considering she's kind of a social darwinist, which doesn't exactly strike me as very "liberal"...


Title: Re: Who did Don Draper vote for?
Post by: Cath on April 29, 2016, 08:58:47 pm
Someone on this forum likes to cast him as a "Nixon Republican"--possibly RogueBeaver. What that means in this context, who knows? I guess Kasich (not going to go into an effortpost re: Trump & Nixon).


Title: Re: Who did Don Draper vote for?
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on April 29, 2016, 09:05:10 pm
Someone on this forum likes to cast him as a "Nixon Republican"--possibly RogueBeaver. What that means in this context, who knows? I guess Kasich (not going to go into an effortpost re: Trump & Nixon).

Well I know Sterling-Cooper was supposed to do work for Nixon in 60 though I think Draper also mentioned that he didn't vote. I'm guessing he'd be mostly apolitical though of a slightly conservative mindset.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on April 29, 2016, 09:59:07 pm
Have you played the games, or just watched the anime? The anime toned down how evil Togami is.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Goldwater on April 29, 2016, 10:02:39 pm
Have you played the games, or just watched the anime? The anime toned down how evil Togami is.

Yeah, I just watched the anime, so that explains that.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on April 29, 2016, 10:08:03 pm
Have you played the games, or just watched the anime? The anime toned down how evil Togami is.

Yeah, I just watched the anime, so that explains that.

Play the game if you liked it-sure you already know all the answers, but the game lets you get to know the characters more. It's on the PSVita and Steam.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Boston Bread on April 29, 2016, 10:21:46 pm
Quote
Makoto Naegi: Clinton
Kyoko Kirigiri: Clinton
Byakuya Togami: Trump (Evil rich guys of a feather flap together)
Toko Fukawa/Genocider: Depends on which persona is active. Genocider is obviously a Trump voter, but Fukawa herself is too timid to vote.
Yashihiro Hagakure: Non-Voter. He uses his psychic powers to determine the winner. Unfortunately, he's only right 30% of the time.
Aoi Asahina: Sanders (He gives her free donuts!)
Sakura Oogami: Trump kidnapped her family so she voted for him.
Celestia Ludenberg: Clinton
Hifumi Yamada: Doesn't care about 3D elections
Kiyotaka Ishmaru: Kasich.
Mondo Oowada: Can't vote, he's a criminal.
Leon Kuwata: Same (I think)
Sayaka Maizono: Clinton
Mukuro Ikusaba: Trump or writes in her sister.
Junko Enoshima: Herself.
Among young university students I'd figure Sanders would be the default choice :P
Someone hopeful and idealistic like Naegi would have to support Sanders.
Rich students would support Cruz or Kasich. Byakuya in particular would support Cruz (who IMO is the most psychopathic)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on April 29, 2016, 11:30:26 pm
Now for the Sequel!

Hajime Hinata: As the most average guy ever, he votes for whoever he thinks will win.
Nagito Komeada: Knowing his luck and how it works, he probably switched between candidates of both sides. Currently he's a Sanders supporter, but in the general he's undecided.
Fat Byakuya Togami: Skipping him as to avoid spoilers.
Gundham Tanaka: His 8th Grader Syndrome makes him write himself in.
Kazuichi Souda: Cruz?
Teruteru Honamura: He tries to get laid from at least one worker for all candidates. Of cours, he fails and just votes for whoever his family votes for.
Nekomaru Nidai: Sanders, he wants everyone to be the best they can be (he is the Team Manager) and Sanders would provide everyone with good sleep, good food, and of course, a good $%#@.
Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu: He's a natural loner, so I doubt he bothers to vote.
Akane Owarri: Clinton. Would say Sanders but her being brown gives me the Clinton edge.
Chiaki Nanami: She spends election day playing "The Political Machine" all day as her title is the SDHS/SHSL/Ultimate Gamer.
Sonia Nevermind: She's a princess from a foreign country. I doubt they have elections in Novoselic anyway.
Hiyoko Saionji: Trump, she likes killing animals and being mean.
Mahiru Koizumi: Probably Sanders I guess. She takes pictures of happy people, not war.
Mikan Tsumiki: Sanders since she's a nurse and supports Universal healthcare.
Ibuki Mioda: Swing voter. Her taste in music varies so I bet her votes do too.
Peko Pekoyama: Doesn't vote, or votes with Kyuzuru if he ever voted.

Monomi: Sanders
Monokuma: Write-In: Junko Enoshima.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: This account no longer in use. on April 29, 2016, 11:31:52 pm
Also, for what it's worth, Yamada is a textbook Sanders voter. As for Celestia, she seems much more likely to support Cruz. Clinton isn't that good of a fit for her, honestly.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: heatcharger on May 21, 2016, 12:14:27 pm
The Office + Parks & Recreation:

Leslie Knope - Hillary Clinton (duh)
Michael Scott - Ben Carson
Ron Swanson - Ted Cruz
Dwight Schrute - Donald Trump
Andy Dwyer - Bernie Sanders
Jim Halpert - John Kasich
Tom Haverford - Bernie Sanders


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: RaphaelDLG on May 24, 2016, 01:59:01 am
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air:
Uncle Phil:  Bush/Kasich
Aunt Viv #1:  Clinton
Aunt Viv #2:   Bush/Kasich
Hillary:  Clinton
Carlton:  Rubio/Bush
Ashley:  Clinton
Will:  Sanders
Jazz:  Sanders

Geoffrey: Labour?!?



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Intell on July 13, 2016, 10:08:57 pm
My take on the fresh prince of bel-air

Will: Sanders
Phillip Banks: Clinton (Republican turned voting democrat after Obama.)
Viv Banks: Clinton
Carlton: Cruz
Hillary: Clinton
Ashley: Sanders
Jazz: Sanders
Vy Smith: Clinton

Geoffry: Labour (Considers himself to be of the working class.)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Intell on July 13, 2016, 10:18:14 pm
Love thy Neighour

Eddie: UKIP (Labour-turned BNP, around 05, turned UKIP), though wouldn't be surprised if he still votes labour due to legacy and his affiliation to unions.

Joan: Labour
Bill: Tory
Barbie: Lib Dems, though more of the tory kind
Jacko: Labour
Arthur: Labour
Nobby: Labour


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on July 15, 2016, 05:52:11 am
My take on the fresh prince of bel-air

Will: Sanders
Phillip Banks: Clinton (Republican turned voting democrat after Obama.)
Viv Banks: Clinton
Carlton: Cruz
Hillary: Clinton
Ashley: Sanders
Jazz: Sanders
Vy Smith: Clinton

Geoffry: Labour (Considers himself to be of the working class.)


Been a while since I was in a hotel and unable to find any other TV shows playing besides Fresh Prince at 11:30 AM on a Saturday morning, but... Wasn't Carlton some smarmy nerdy f#ck? Makes more sense to have him go Kasich or *shudder* Rubio. That said, this is the California primary, so one could see a scenario where he's part of some last ditch #NeverTrump bullsh#t and votes Cruz, but that seems like the only viable way of doing that.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: HisGrace on July 16, 2016, 08:59:53 am
The Graduate-
Mrs. Robinson- Clinton
Benjamin Braddock- Sanders in primary, torn between Clinton/Stein/not voting in general
Mr. Robinson- Trump
Elaine- Sanders in primary, torn between Clinton/Stein/not voting in general, maybe slightly more pro-Clinton than Benjamin
Mr. Braddock- Trump
Mrs. Braddock- Seemed disengaged, so possibly a non-voter, but if she did likely would have voted for whoever her husband was


Here's an idea. Obviously all the West Wing main characters are partisan Democrats, but also ideologically pure saints, so which of the two would they support?

Everyone on The West Wing would support Clinton. The lower level people who might not have in theory (Donna, Charlie) were way too ideologically moderate to vote Sanders.

Gloria: Clinton  (A Woman, feminist, liberal but not that much, seems like it.)
Micheal: Sanders (Male, Egotistical, hippie, has anti-woman prejudices, will make anti-Hillary slurs, vote for green and never for Hillary.)

 Michael would have hated Trump so much that he would vote for Clinton in the end just to stop him. It's not like Carter was a huge leftist and he voted for him.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on July 24, 2016, 09:52:05 am
I just started It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Mac: Trump (Cruz in primary?)
Dee: Clinton (Sanders in primary)
Frank: Trump (primary and general)
Charlie: Abstain (Sanders in primary because it seemed cool to him?)
Dennis: Probably has never voted in his life


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Phony Moderate on July 24, 2016, 11:01:30 am
Let's do The Simpsons again.

Homer - White working-class male with a populist streak, somewhat homophobic and known to be quite a militant unionist when he wants to be. But has also taken a liberal streak on illegal immigrants. On balance, Trump.
Marge - Mainstream female Democrat would vote for the mainstream female Democrat. Would have supported her in the primaries too.
Bart - Likes cool things, so Sanders in the primaries. Hates authority, so wouldn't vote for either main party candidate. Probably Johnson.
Lisa - Environmentalist, feminist and SJW long before the term was coined. Lean Sanders in the primaries, reluctant Hillary supporter in the general to keep out Trump.
Abe - Thought he got money for doing nothing at all because the Democrats were in power again. Also blamed them for not being able to see his grandson. War veteran with a nostalgic streak. Clearly Trump...as long as he promises to make Matlock run on every TV network 24/7.
Mr. Burns - Republican in the Romney mould. Probably not keen on Trump's immigration stance, as he employs Mexicans himself. Would probably follow the Bushes in voting for Johnson.
Mr. Smithers - Known to lie about his political stances to please Mr. Burns. Would do so again by voting for Hillary, despite telling Burns that he'd vote for Johnson.
Moe - Secretly an illegal immigrant and possibly transgender. He'd be very vocal to the regulars at the bar about the need for a Trump presidency, but in the privacy of the polling booth he'd vote for Hillary.



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Representative simossad on July 26, 2016, 03:19:19 am
The Office

Michael Scott: Consider him to be a moderate. He always acts quite clumsy when it comes to minorities or different sexual orientations, so he propably grew up in a conservative household, and he always tries to prove that he is not a racist. Backed Bush or Kasich in the republican primaries and votes for Johnson or Hillary in the general election.

Dwight Schrute: Classical country boy, stucked in the middle of the 19th century. Santorum/Cruz/Trump in the primaries, Trump in the general election.

Jim Helpert: Guess he'd back Bernie in the primaries and votes for Hillary in the general election.

Pam Helpert: Hillary supporter.

Stanley: Doesn't vote because he doesn't care.

Angela
: Either a strong Trump/Cruz supporter or she votes for a strange archconservative third-party.

Parks and Recreation

Leslie Knope: Considers herself as a feminist. Obviously an enthusiastic Hillary supporter.

Ron Swanson: Johnson.

Tom Haverford: Either he doesn't vote because he's to cool or he's #BernieOrBurst.

April Ludgate: Doesn't vote.

Jerry: He's a conservative. I guess he backed Bush in early 2015 and switches to Cruz since Jeb sunk into obscurity. He might have voted for Cruz in die Indiana primary, but supports Trump in the general election.

Ben Wyatt
: Kasich in the primaries, Hillary or Johnson in the general election.





Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AuH2O Republican on August 31, 2016, 09:28:47 am
Am currently re-watching How I Met Your Mother, which I know some people don't like for being a cheap knock-off of Friends. But I actually - wait for it - prefer it...

Anyway:

Ted Mosby - Probably the most moderate member of the group. Will put him down as voting for Hillary, but he would have gone for Kasich in the primary (a fellow Ohioan). Would have supported Jeb or Rubio in a general also.

Marshall Eriksen - Believer of environmental causes, despite working briefly in the corporate world. I imagine he supported Sanders in the primaries but will back Stein in the general.

Robin Scherbatsky - With dual citizenship, she can now vote. Hardest to pin down but probably a Republican based on her upbringing and interests. Will vote for Trump whilst holding her nose. Not sure who she would have backed in the primaries, but gotta lean toward Ted Cruz because of the Canadian thing...

Barney Stinson - In public, very much a corporate/white collar Republican. Would have gone for Jeb, Rubio or Kasich in the primary, but gets a kick out of telling friends he is all for Trump now. However, in the polling booth, with his history and current "assignment" (PLEASE), he would have backed Bernie in the primary. Probably leans Stein in the general but open to voting Hillary too.

Lily Aldrin - Democrat through and through. Admires the Bernie Sanders campaign but backs Hillary to the hilt.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on September 04, 2016, 03:35:58 pm
Am currently re-watching How I Met Your Mother, which I know some people don't like for being a cheap knock-off of Friends. But I actually - wait for it - prefer it...

Anyway:

Ted Mosby - Probably the most moderate member of the group. Will put him down as voting for Hillary, but he would have gone for Kasich in the primary (a fellow Ohioan). Would have supported Jeb or Rubio in a general also.

Marshall Eriksen - Believer of environmental causes, despite working briefly in the corporate world. I imagine he supported Sanders in the primaries but will back Stein in the general.

Robin Scherbatsky - With dual citizenship, she can now vote. Hardest to pin down but probably a Republican based on her upbringing and interests. Will vote for Trump whilst holding her nose. Not sure who she would have backed in the primaries, but gotta lean toward Ted Cruz because of the Canadian thing...

Barney Stinson - In public, very much a corporate/white collar Republican. Would have gone for Jeb, Rubio or Kasich in the primary, but gets a kick out of telling friends he is all for Trump now. However, in the polling booth, with his history and current "assignment" (PLEASE), he would have backed Bernie in the primary. Probably leans Stein in the general but open to voting Hillary too.

Lily Aldrin - Democrat through and through. Admires the Bernie Sanders campaign but backs Hillary to the hilt.

One of my all-time favorite shows.  I agree on Lily and Robin.  But, there are a few references to Ted being a Democrat (see: the hanging chad Halloween costume and Robin being concerned about Ted being anti-gun when they were dating).  Marshall is probably more moderate than you think, possibly a swing voter.  Barney is probably really a moderate right-leaning libertarian and would support Jeb or Kasich in the primary and Johnson in the general.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on September 07, 2016, 10:57:50 am
Married... with Children (2016 edition)

Al - Obviously not Clinton, wouldn't trust Trump, would see him as too elitist (plus Al was only xenophobic to the French), and doesn't really care for politics, aside from when his beer tax is raised, his favourite TV show is cancelled, or his supply of pornography and strippers is threatened. If he did vote, Gary Johnson.
Peggy - Clinton, in hope for more welfare money that she can spend on home shopping and bon-bons. This is, if she could be bothered to vote.
Kelly - Probably wouldn't vote.
Bud - Clinton (would be put off by Trump's insults/mannerisms)
Steve - Most likely Clinton (would be a swing voter in previous elections)
Marcy - Clinton (particularly for feminist reasons)
Jefferson - Clinton (at least he'd say that when Marcy's around...)
Griff - Johnson?
Peggy's relatives in Wanker County - Either Trump or Johnson
Rest of the NO MA'AM group (Ike, Officer Dan, and Bob Rooney) - Probably Johnson (if they voted), for similar reasons to Al (don't want a feminist woman as President, and they don't trust Trump)
Gary (Al's boss) - Possibly Trump (wealthy businesswoman just outside the Forbes 400)
Miranda (TV reporter) - Clinton


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on September 14, 2016, 12:31:05 am
Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Will Smith Rapper:CLINTON
Jazz DJ CLINTON
1st Vivian College Professor: CLINTON
Ashley Singer: CLINTON when she got of age
Jeffery Butler CLINTON

Uncle Phill Judge TRUMP
Judge Sherman Hemsley TRUMP
Carlton TRUMP supporter of course
2nd Vivian who was more elitist vote with Hubby TRUMP
Hilary Talk show Host TRUMP

Real life all a Dems


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: PikaTROD on October 01, 2016, 08:09:01 am
Out of all the fictional characters, the first ones that come up on this forum are Don Draper followed by My Little Ponies. XD


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on October 06, 2016, 01:53:20 am
Quantum Leap

Dr. Sam Beckett: Sanders (Scientist, dependent on government research grants. Probably a proponent of massive government projects in general and seems to otherwise be politically left-leaning. Would still vote Hillary in the general.)

Al Calavicci: Hillary (Seems fairly liberal, though probably not as much as Sam. Vietnam veteran. Also big on disability issues.)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on October 09, 2016, 04:32:48 pm
Out of all the fictional characters, the first ones that come up on this forum are Don Draper followed by My Little Ponies. XD

It's because this thread started out based on the latter and was merged with a thread for the former.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on October 14, 2016, 02:54:26 am
Out of all the fictional characters, the first ones that come up on this forum are Don Draper followed by My Little Ponies. XD

It's because this thread started out based on the latter and was merged with a thread for the former.

Weird that overwhelmingly people think that Draper would have voted for Jon Kasich of all people.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: AUDIT THE AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT! on October 14, 2016, 08:58:46 pm
In the run up to Australia Day, here's Kingswood Country (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingswood_Country), originally on Australian TV from 1980-84:

Ted Bullpitt - A working class employee at a putty factory, generally Liberal, although would have supported One Nation in 1998 (this being said, Ted was more the type to dislike anyone and anything, rather than an Archie Bunker or Alf Garnett type).  I think Ted would have voted for Katter's Australian Party in 2013, to "bring back the Kingswood".
Thelma Bullpitt - Ted's wife, I'd say a swing voter, probably sneakily (as in not telling Ted) supported Labor in 1972, when Whitlam came into power.
Greta Bertolucci (nee Bullpitt) - Ted & Thelma's daughter, most likely Labor, both at the time and now, given her progressivism.
Craig Bullpitt - Ted & Thelma's son, a medical student, probably Labor at the time, and the Democrats in the Senate. May be a Greens voter now.
Bruno Bertolucci - Greta's husband, Labor , for similar reasons to his wife, and also because of his ethnicity (Italian) and religion (Catholicism).
Bob Bullpitt - Ted's brother, a used car salesman from Brisbane, most likely voted Liberal, This being said, Bob probably voted for the Nationals at the state level in the 1980s, and was probably tempted by Palmer United in 2013.
Merle Bullpitt - Bob's upwardly mobile wife, I'd think she'd be straight-ticket Liberal at both federal and state levels.

To update this, in the wake of the passing of Ross Higgins (Ted Bullpitt), having re-watched a good number of episodes, while Ted was conservative, and had a profound dislike of Whitlam, Hawke, and Al Grassby, he was very anti-politician in general (he disses then-PM Fraser and then Treasurer John Howard in numerous episodes). In 2016, he'd probably vote One Nation again.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ReaganClinton on November 07, 2016, 06:43:41 pm
The Nutshack

Phil - Ron Paul (write-in)
Jack - can't vote, not from the U.S.
Tito Dick "Dickman" - Hillary Clinton
Cherry Pie - Rick Santorum (write-in)
Chita - Hillary Clinton
Dwayne - Donald Trump

yes, this is a joke. yes, my friends made me do this. no, i'm not proud of it.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Andy Hine on November 13, 2016, 07:07:19 pm
Aqua Teen Hunger Force:

Frylock: Gary Johnson
Meatwad: Clinton
Shake: Trump
Carl: Trump


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dancing with Myself on December 17, 2016, 10:23:39 pm
Batman Returns:

Bruce Wayne/Batman- Trump, but I could see him going for Johnson too.  He despised Schreck who was very Trump like. Wayne Enterprises was based of small business and seem very conservative. But the Keaton version of the character seems very much like a loaner and would love government to be far away so I also see him considering Johnson.


Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin- Trump.  Hard to say how he was politically due to being raised in the sewers his whole life but he did try to run for Mayor in a recall election under Schreck's wing. He ran a very Trump-esque campaign on Law and Order; so that looks Republican to me.


Selina Kyle/Catwoman- Clinton   Early Selina is very much a girly-girl and very for equality; seems like a total PC Democrat. Catwoman Selina was a BA and a very hardline feminist; very Clinton.


Max Schreck- Trump   No brainer here; he was based in style of Trump I'm sure.


Alfred- Trump Tough to pick but he seems like a Bush era compassionate Conservative. He did loathe Schreck and Oswald so who knows; maybe would vote for Johnson as well.

Com Gordon- Trump  The Law and Order theme would hook him in. All Gordon's would vote for him with some objections.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on January 15, 2017, 02:54:52 pm
I just watched Arrested Development on Netflix.  This one is actually pretty difficult to do, as individual characters have been all over the place

Michael: Possible example of a Orange County Bush/McCain/Romney/Clinton voter?
George Sr.: Obvious Republican with Trumpist sympathies
Lucille: BUILD THAT WALL!!!
GOB: Swing voter??
Lindsay: Bernie voter at heart, even if she is technically the GOP candidate for Congress at the end of Season 4
Tobias: Democrat through and through
Buster: Votes however Lucille tells him to, so Republican
George-Michael: Johnson voter?
Maeby: Obvious liberal
Ann: Christian conservative, probably held her nose for Trump
Lucille 2: Business-friendly Democrat, Democratic nominee for Congress in Season 4
Oscar: Pot smoking libertarian
Barry Zuckerkorn: Republican
Tony Wonder: Tells everyone he is a liberal, but may not be so liberal in real life

And, several of the characters have the wrong reasons for their political beliefs.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Bird on January 30, 2017, 02:20:16 pm
One Piece

Pirates:
Luffy: Johnson
Zoro: Trump
Nami: Trump
Usopp: Trump
Sanji: Clinton or Stein
Chopper: Stein
Robin: Probably Clinton
Franky: Trump or Johnson
Brook: Stassen
Whitebeard: Johnson
Shanks: Johnson
Blackbeard: Johnson
Big Mom: Clinton
Jinbei: Trump
Law: Johnson
Doflamingo: Johnson
Hancock: Clinton

Marines:
Sengoku: Clinton
Akainu: Trump
Aokiji: Stein or Johnson
Kizaru: Johnson
Garp: Trump
Fujitora: Stein


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: nevertrumperCA on February 07, 2017, 02:39:11 am
Three's Company

Jack - Sanders
Janet - Clinton
Chrissy - Clinton
Larry - Trump
Mr. Roper - Trump
Mrs. Roper - Clinton
Mr. Furley - Trump
Cindy - Stein
Terri - Clinton


Title: Who would the Spongebob characters have voted for last year and what parties
Post by: Medal506 on February 17, 2017, 02:08:13 pm
Who would all the characters in Spongebob vote for and what political parties are they apart of. Heres what I think



Spongebob: Is most likely a Republican and probably would have voted for Marco Rubio because he is young and charismatic


Patrick: Is probably unaffiliated and probably voted for Bernie Sanders because Bernie Sanders promises everything for free


Squidward: Is almost certainly a Democrat and would most likely voted for Bernie Sanders because he promised to raise the minimum wage


Mr Krabs: Is most likely a Republican and probably would vote for Donald Trump since Trump is a business man like himself and has a lot of money. Something Mr Krabs loves even more than his own daughter.


Plankton: Is probably a Democrat and would probably vote for Bernie Sanders just to destroy Mr Krabs business


Sandy: Is definitely a Republican and would vote for Ted Cruz since she's from Texas just like Ted Cruz


Karen (Plankton's wife): Is probably a Republican and would probably vote for any Republican


Larry the Lobster: Is probably an independent and probably would vote for Donald Trump since Donald Trump is an alpha male like him


Pearl (Mr Krab's Daughter): Is probably a Democrat and would vote for either Hillary Clinton or Jill Stein


Mrs. Puff: Is probably a liberal and is either a Democrat, Independent, or apart of the Green Party and would probably vote for Jill Stein




Title: Re: Who would the Spongebob characters have voted for last year and what parties
Post by: Spark on February 17, 2017, 02:49:45 pm
Who would all the characters in Spongebob vote for and what political parties are they apart of. Heres what I think



Spongebob: Is most likely a Republican and probably would have voted for Marco Rubio because he is young and charismatic


Patrick: Is probably unaffiliated and probably voted for Bernie Sanders because Bernie Sanders promises everything for free


Squidward: Is almost certainly a Democrat and would most likely voted for Bernie Sanders because he promised to raise the minimum wage


Mr Krabs: Is most likely a Republican and probably would vote for Donald Trump since Trump is a business man like himself and has a lot of money. Something Mr Krabs loves even more than his own daughter.


Plankton: Is probably a Democrat and would probably vote for Bernie Sanders just to destroy Mr Krabs business


Sandy: Is definitely a Republican and would vote for Ted Cruz since she's from Texas just like Ted Cruz


Karen (Plankton's wife): Is probably a Republican and would probably vote for any Republican


Larry the Lobster: Is probably an independent and probably would vote for Donald Trump since Donald Trump is an alpha male like him


Pearl (Mr Krab's Daughter): Is probably a Democrat and would vote for either Hillary Clinton or Jill Stein


Mrs. Puff: Is probably a liberal and is either a Democrat, Independent, or apart of the Green Party and would probably vote for Jill Stein




What about Gary?


Title: Re: Who would the Spongebob characters have voted for last year and what parties
Post by: Medal506 on February 17, 2017, 03:56:55 pm
Who would all the characters in Spongebob vote for and what political parties are they apart of. Heres what I think



Spongebob: Is most likely a Republican and probably would have voted for Marco Rubio because he is young and charismatic


Patrick: Is probably unaffiliated and probably voted for Bernie Sanders because Bernie Sanders promises everything for free


Squidward: Is almost certainly a Democrat and would most likely voted for Bernie Sanders because he promised to raise the minimum wage


Mr Krabs: Is most likely a Republican and probably would vote for Donald Trump since Trump is a business man like himself and has a lot of money. Something Mr Krabs loves even more than his own daughter.


Plankton: Is probably a Democrat and would probably vote for Bernie Sanders just to destroy Mr Krabs business


Sandy: Is definitely a Republican and would vote for Ted Cruz since she's from Texas just like Ted Cruz


Karen (Plankton's wife): Is probably a Republican and would probably vote for any Republican


Larry the Lobster: Is probably an independent and probably would vote for Donald Trump since Donald Trump is an alpha male like him


Pearl (Mr Krab's Daughter): Is probably a Democrat and would vote for either Hillary Clinton or Jill Stein


Mrs. Puff: Is probably a liberal and is either a Democrat, Independent, or apart of the Green Party and would probably vote for Jill Stein




What about Gary?


I intentially left some characters out like Gary, Mr Krab's mother, and Spongebob's parents because I don't think they would be political. I guess if Gary was political he would be a Republican and would probably vote for Donald Trump


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on February 21, 2017, 11:37:37 pm
Three's Company

Jack - Sanders
Janet - Clinton
Chrissy - Clinton
Larry - Trump
Mr. Roper - Trump
Mrs. Roper - Clinton
Mr. Furley - Trump
Cindy - Stein
Terri - Clinton

Don Knotts was actually a Democrat who played Mr Furley



Title: Re: Who would the Spongebob characters have voted for last year and what parties
Post by: Unapologetic Chinaperson on February 27, 2017, 12:54:38 am
SpongeBob: Normally apolitical, considering that his optimism hasn't been tainted by the horrors that modern politics brings, and that he doesn't mind being oppressed by his boss Mr. Krabs. But based on his age (depending on if we're going by when the show was created or the present day, he's either Gen X or Millennial) and the fact that he's pro-environment (he likes Jellyfish Fields and even had a special demolishing a highway), I'd say he voted Hillary. (Unlikely to have voted Stein, since he's not that hardcore or anything.)

Patrick: Even more apolitical than Spongebob, though someone on here said that he would be a perfect "straight-ticket-D living welfare queen." I'm not totally convinced by that, but given that he's friends with SpongeBob and Sandy he'd might've voted Hillary if he got out from under his rock.

Squidward: This gets interesting, since economically he's similar to a WWC Obama-Trump voter (low-wage service employee who has "economic anxiety"), but culturally he is an artist and would be part of the "cultural elite" who vote Dem. But since he's always miserable, I'd say the former trumps the latter and he voted Trump.

Mr. Krabs: Easy one, since he likes money and Mr. Trump has lots of it. Besides liking the usual pro-business GOP policies, Krabs would be enthralled by the monetary success Trump achieved. Plus he has a WWC upbringing that lends him to be culturally attracted to Trump anyways. (I guess he could go Johnson, but I doubt it.)

Sandy: Another easy one. She's a college-educated strong woman who would like the social messages the Dems have. As a scientist, she would hate the Republicans for their anti-science and climate-change-denialist stances. She doesn't like the Greens for their anti-science positions either, even if she likes their environmentalism. Ergo she almost certainly voted Hillary. (And before anyone asks, yes, GOP-hating Dems do exist in Texas.)

Plankton: Evil scheming capitalist with Steve Bannon-esque aspirations to destroy everything good and precious. Voted Trump to see the world burn. (And the whole "I went to college!" thing would make it ironic given demographics.)

Karen: Probably voted Hillary 1. to spite her husband and 2. because tech in general supports the Democrats.

Pearl: Young teenage girl; she would likely have supported Hillary or Stein (not voted for; remember that she's 16), especially if she wants to rebel against her father. (Doubly so if she's 16 in the present day.)

Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy: They were once great, and they want to be great again. They remember when America was once great, and they want it to be great again. Likely voted Trump. (Though if Mermaid Man is an ancestral FDR Democrat, he might've gone Hillary.)

Gary: Would support Gary Johnson. I'll let you think about that.

I find it ironic that Squidward, Krabs, and Plankton, who hate each other outside of politics, would put aside their differences to vote for Trump!


Title: Re: Who would the Spongebob characters have voted for last year and what parties
Post by: Devout Centrist on March 01, 2017, 08:03:32 pm
Unless Squidward is an underwater Santander, it's pretty clear he's left leaning. The man listens to public radio!


Title: Re: Who would the Spongebob characters have voted for last year and what parties
Post by: Dmitri Covasku on March 01, 2017, 08:07:50 pm
Unless Squidward is an underwater Santander, it's pretty clear he's left leaning. The man listens to public radio!

I don't see most of them voting for Trump. Maybe Squidward or Mr. Krabs but that's it.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Goldwater on March 09, 2017, 12:17:59 pm
Yeah, I can't see Squidward being a Trump supporter at all.


Title: Re: Who would the Spongebob characters have voted for last year and what parties
Post by: Medal506 on March 22, 2017, 09:21:29 pm
SpongeBob: Normally apolitical, considering that his optimism hasn't been tainted by the horrors that modern politics brings, and that he doesn't mind being oppressed by his boss Mr. Krabs. But based on his age (depending on if we're going by when the show was created or the present day, he's either Gen X or Millennial) and the fact that he's pro-environment (he likes Jellyfish Fields and even had a special demolishing a highway), I'd say he voted Hillary. (Unlikely to have voted Stein, since he's not that hardcore or anything.)

Patrick: Even more apolitical than Spongebob, though someone on here said that he would be a perfect "straight-ticket-D living welfare queen." I'm not totally convinced by that, but given that he's friends with SpongeBob and Sandy he'd might've voted Hillary if he got out from under his rock.

Squidward: This gets interesting, since economically he's similar to a WWC Obama-Trump voter (low-wage service employee who has "economic anxiety"), but culturally he is an artist and would be part of the "cultural elite" who vote Dem. But since he's always miserable, I'd say the former trumps the latter and he voted Trump.

Mr. Krabs: Easy one, since he likes money and Mr. Trump has lots of it. Besides liking the usual pro-business GOP policies, Krabs would be enthralled by the monetary success Trump achieved. Plus he has a WWC upbringing that lends him to be culturally attracted to Trump anyways. (I guess he could go Johnson, but I doubt it.)

Sandy: Another easy one. She's a college-educated strong woman who would like the social messages the Dems have. As a scientist, she would hate the Republicans for their anti-science and climate-change-denialist stances. She doesn't like the Greens for their anti-science positions either, even if she likes their environmentalism. Ergo she almost certainly voted Hillary. (And before anyone asks, yes, GOP-hating Dems do exist in Texas.)

Plankton: Evil scheming capitalist with Steve Bannon-esque aspirations to destroy everything good and precious. Voted Trump to see the world burn. (And the whole "I went to college!" thing would make it ironic given demographics.)

Karen: Probably voted Hillary 1. to spite her husband and 2. because tech in general supports the Democrats.

Pearl: Young teenage girl; she would likely have supported Hillary or Stein (not voted for; remember that she's 16), especially if she wants to rebel against her father. (Doubly so if she's 16 in the present day.)

Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy: They were once great, and they want to be great again. They remember when America was once great, and they want it to be great again. Likely voted Trump. (Though if Mermaid Man is an ancestral FDR Democrat, he might've gone Hillary.)

Gary: Would support Gary Johnson. I'll let you think about that.

I find it ironic that Squidward, Krabs, and Plankton, who hate each other outside of politics, would put aside their differences to vote for Trump!


Yeah first of all Squidward would definitely have been a bernie sanders supporter. As well plankton would have been a sanders voter since plankton knows it would destroy krabs business


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on April 30, 2017, 09:36:26 pm
Why has this thread kept moving?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Enduro on May 01, 2017, 10:46:39 am
Why has this thread kept moving?

And why is it sticky when the what movies have you seen last isn't?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Tetro Kornbluth on May 24, 2017, 08:27:31 am
The Donkey in Au Hasard Balthazar would 100% be a Clinton voter imo


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Badger on June 16, 2017, 02:59:09 am
Sneakers O'Toole, likely Obama-Trump voter.


What? BRTD is the only one allowed to pull this $hit?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on June 25, 2017, 02:12:14 am
Stephen Curry Hillary😁
Lebron James Hillary😁
John Cena Donald Trump
Tom Brady Donald Trump

Tom Brady and Steph are buds and do Under Armor



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Tekken_Guy on June 26, 2017, 06:43:51 pm
My take on Arrested Dev:

Michael - Probably a Never Trump republican. He'll be wanting someone who can regulate his parents' business interests. I'd say he goes with Johnson.
George - A big-business voter. Has strong anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiments. Maybe Jeb in the primaries, but definitely Trump overall.
Lucille - Hillary. She seems like a neoliberal Wall Street type to me who only cares about being rich.
Gob - Seems pretty apolitical to me. All he really does is bad magic tricks and trying to best his brother at something.
Buster - Probably a Hillary supporter to spite his mother.
Lindsay - Stein.
Tobias - Hillary voter. Only cares about gay issues.
Maeby - Typical Hollywood Hillary shill. Probably has the same political views as Alia Shawkat IRL.
GM - Votes Hillary in hopes of winning over Maeby.

I'll try Fairly OddParents next:

Timmy - Bernie supporter. Wants to bring justice for all the underprivileged kids in the world.
Cosmo - Trump, because he's so crazy.
Wanda - Hillary, because she's the "safe option" and feels Timmy's and Cosmo's picks will do more harm than good.
Timmy's parents - Probably wouldn't vote. They seem mostly apolitical.
Vicky - Hillary, I guess. She'd probably just want a repeal of child labor laws and use women's rights legislation like the VAWA to punish innocent boys.
Mr. Crocker - Trump, as he would be able to make anti-Fairy legislation.
Jorgen - Seems like a never-Trump Republican a la Arnold.
Chester - A typical Trump-voting "white trash".
AJ - Solid Democrat.
Pixies - Trump, as he would loosen regulations around big businesses.
Chloe - Very much a "Bernie-or-bust" person, even more so than Hillary.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on June 26, 2017, 07:04:24 pm
My take on Arrested Dev:

Michael - Probably a Never Trump republican. He'll be wanting someone who can regulate his parents' business interests. I'd say he goes with Johnson.
George - A big-business voter. Has strong anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiments. Maybe Jeb in the primaries, but definitely Trump overall.
Lucille - Hillary. She seems like a neoliberal Wall Street type to me who only cares about being rich.
Gob - Seems pretty apolitical to me. All he really does is bad magic tricks and trying to best his brother at something.
Buster - Probably a Hillary supporter to spite his mother.
Lindsay - Stein.
Tobias - Hillary voter. Only cares about gay issues.
Maeby - Typical Hollywood Hillary shill. Probably has the same political views as Alia Shawkat IRL.
GM - Votes Hillary in hopes of winning over Maeby.

Lucille (1) would have been a Trump voter for sure, considering how she pushed for a wall so strongly in Season 4 (which was before Trump's campaign).  Buster's vote would have also depended on his mood relative to Lucille 1 (Trump) and Lucille 2 (the Democratic nominee for what is probably CA-48).  Ironically, Lindsay winds up the Republican nominee (by accident), even though she is so liberal.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Skunk on June 26, 2017, 11:31:18 pm
Timmy's parents - Probably wouldn't vote. They seem mostly apolitical.

According to Wikipedia, they had a Clinton/Gore bumper sticker on their car at one point. Doesn't provide any source though, so take it with a grain of salt. :P

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_United_States_Democrats


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Southern Speaker Punxsutawney Phil on June 26, 2017, 11:40:02 pm
Timmy's parents - Probably wouldn't vote. They seem mostly apolitical.

According to Wikipedia, they had a Clinton/Gore bumper sticker on their car at one point. Doesn't provide any source though, so take it with a grain of salt. :P

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_United_States_Democrats
The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker.
http://fairlyoddparents.wikia.com/wiki/The_Secret_Origin_of_Denzel_Crocker!/References


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: FDB on August 29, 2017, 03:48:30 pm
Gene- Trump
Hi-5- Hillary
Jailbreak- Hillary
Poop- Trump


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on September 08, 2017, 02:43:45 am
Since I'm hyped for V3, I'll do this for Danganronpa again, but this time for the DR 3 characters:

Kazuo Tengan - Trump, evil old guys unite!
Kyosuke Munakata - Sanders or himself
Kouichi Kizakura - As the talent scout, he choses whoever he thinks will be best.
Seiko Kimura - Sanders/Clinton, as a pharmacist would support UHC.
Chisa Yukizome - Tells everyone she's voting for Sanders/Clinton but actually votes for Cruz/Trump.
Juzo Sakakura - A minority gay boxer? Clinton all the way.
Miaya Gekkougahara - is a robot being controlled by a child, can't vote.
Ruruka Andou - Actually gave out Mind Control Candy at Trump rallies.
Sounosuke Izayoi - As Ruruka's boyfriend, he's brainwashed to vote for Trump.
Ryota Mitarai - Too busy working to vote. Animation is a rough field.
Daisaku Bandai - We don't know enough about him. He died in the second episode!
The Great Gozu - Trump, as most Pro Wrestlers like him are Republicans.

Natsumi Kuzuryu - Cruz/died before election
Sato- Sanders/died before election
Izuru Kamakura - too bored to vote.
Principal Kirigiri-Clinton
The Real Chiaki Nanami - Sanders

Monokuma-Write in: Kazuo Tengan


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Swing State Ohio on October 14, 2017, 11:38:11 pm
All 13 as of 2009, making these kids all 21.

John Egbert (I-WA or I-OR): Voted for Donald Trump because he's a figure of 80s and 90s era media, appearing in Home Alone. Hillary Clinton didn't star in any movies or TV shows, and she opposed violent video games during her senate years. Also took Dave's ironic support at least somewhat seriously. While mostly apolitical, it wouldn't be surprising for someone like Egbert to have some rightist positions.

Dave Strider (D-TX): Hardcore Trump supporter during the primaries in the model of Oakvale and Lief. Support was completely ironic and he drops it as soon as it's not cool anymore. Probably voted, but it's up in the air whether he voted seriously (Clinton) or not (Write In someone it would be ironic to vote for)

Rose Lalonde (D-NY): A resident of the far reaches of upstate New York (closer to Quebec City than NYC), Rose is a feminist and a strong Clinton supporter. Clinton's scandals and flip flops and the like make Rose like her more, as she's willing to get tough and pragmatic in order to win. Seriously embittered by her defeat.

Jade Harley (G-AS or G-GU): Voted for Jill Stein because she was the green party nominee, and green is the best color. It's not like her vote counts anyway, as if she lives within US waters it's deep in the pacific territories. This combined with her isolation makes her the most apolitical of the beta humans.

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Jane Crocker (I-WA or I-OR): Voted for Donald Trump because of superstitions about powerful, elderly, corrupt women.

Roxy Lalonde (I-NY): Porbably didnt vote? Orr maybe fogort to?

Dirk Strider (D-TX): More likely to vote seriously than Dave Strider, and far less likely to ironically support Donald Trump, quickly seeing him as dangerous. However, he's also very distrustful of Hillary Clinton - he supported Bernie Sanders for this reason.

Jake English (R-AS or R-GU): Staunch Log Cabin Republican who went full countryclasssf over Trump, supporting him as a "centipede" from start to finish. Hopes Trump will become a 21st century Theodore Roosevelt, his favorite president of all time for obvious reasons.

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Joey Claire: Probably a generic D who might have considered Nader '00 after Lewinsky. Maybe a swing vote in the '08 and '16 Democratic primaries.

Jude Harley: For '96 liked Lyndon LaRouche the best. Would root for the GOP if it was Buchanan vs. BClinton, but didn't support anyone in the general and was too young to vote. In 2000 could be persuaded to go Nader as opposed to Buchanan or Browne, but in '04 went Badnarik or abstain as Nader was obviously a honey pot set up by Bush II, Karl Rove, and Roger Stone. This conspiracy enthusiast proceeds to back third parties unpredictably in '08 and '12, then neatly falls like a peg into the InfoWars demographic of Trump primary and general supporters.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on November 13, 2017, 11:22:34 pm
Sneakers O'Toole, likely Obama-Trump voter.


What? BRTD is the only one allowed to pull this $hit?

No, Sneakers O'Toole would vote for Hillary. Trump's protectionist message wouldn't appeal to him since he likes being able to buy cheap sneakers made in a chinese sweatshop.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on December 23, 2017, 07:15:35 pm
Tea Partiers-Trump/Palin/Pence
Ebenezer Scrooge
Grim Reaper
Vince McMahan
Tom Brady
Charlie Baker

Secular-Dems
Mark Whaleburg
John Cena
Ghost of Christmas Present
Bob Crachet

Independent-Reform Partiers
Jacob Marley
Ghost of Christmas Past


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Mr. Morden on December 23, 2017, 07:17:20 pm
Secular-Dems
Mark Whaleburg
John Cena
Ghost of Christmas Present
Bob Crachet

A secular ghost?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Galletito on January 02, 2018, 01:47:08 pm
Ed, Edd, n' Eddy

Ed - Very sweet, but dumb. Can be easily persuadable but I feel like he would be disgusted by Trump (despite Eddy being a kid version of Trump, I still feel like Ed would be turned off by the misogyny, racism, and demagoguery). Likely Clinton voter.

Edd - Very smart, always calling out Eddy's con artistry and general scuminess. Part of the intelligentsia. Reliable Clinton voter.

Eddy - Trump, but smaller. Con artist, very unconcerned with others' feelings, selfish, hella problematic and very unethical. Reliable Trump voter.

Jimmy - Coded to be gay and super shy and sensitive (quite homophobic characterization imo), but still, that's who he is and he seems very against Trump's politics and personality. Reliable Clinton voter.

Sarah - Young, suburban, white girl who is probably turned off by Trump. Being Jimmy's best friend, she was probably offended by Pence's homophobia and the alt-right in general. Likely Clinton voter.

Johnny - A loner, apolitical, but I do recall him being against Eddy a lot on ethical reasons. A Sanders supporter in the primary and lean Clinton voter.

Kevin - Bully, masculine, seemingly obsessed with maintaining his masculinity appeal especially in terms of impressing Nazz. But, like all characters, he's suburban and might be turned off by Trump's issues. However, he's a straight, white, bullyish male, so lean Trump.

Nazz - Popular, suburban girl, but she is kind and seemingly friendly and non-Trumpian. Likely Clinton voter unless she's a closet racist (which she might if she likes Kevin).

Rolf - He's an immigrant and friendly, but he's also rural and white (at least it seems he's white and from Eastern Europe. Maybe Israeli/Lebanese? Although he seems coded to be like Polish or something) and OBSESSED with masculinity. I don't think anti-immigrant stances fronted by Trump turned him off, as he's probably internalized that he's one of the "good" migrants, unlike those brown Mexicans. Likely Trump voter.

Lee - Leader of the Kanker sisters, shown to have a preference for Eddy and mirrors his distasteful personality. Likely Trump voter.

May - Likes Ed, but like Lee and Marie, is coded to be the "white trash" archetype. She seems like the sweetest of the group, but if she's supposed to be a white Appalachian woman, I'd put her down as lean Trump.

Marie - Blue haired Kanker sister, seems coded to be goth or emo maybe? Is written to be into bookish, smart Edd. Lean Clinton.



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on January 22, 2018, 04:06:37 pm
My Life as a Teenage Robot
I know most of these characters are technically minors and thus wouldn't be eligible to vote, but I have some good ideas of what they might've thought about the last presidential election.

Jenny: Probably a big supporter of oil and manufacturing, and tough on national security and defense.  Based on that most likely a big Trump supporter, especially his protectionist platform and pledges to restore manufacturing jobs.  However, I doubt she would've liked the alt right much and would've supported him more on principle.  And how she would've felt about Trump and manufacturing would also depend on whether she supported the use of her fellow robots in heavy industry or was concerned about them being mistreated (more likely the latter, as demonstrated in one episode, which would imply that she would support removing them from the factories and putting human workers back in charge.)  But if she cared more about robots just having jobs, then she very well might have been anti-Trump.

Brad and Tuck: Apolitical.  Being a kid of about 8 or so, Tuck might have been a Sandernista though.

Sheldon: Probably apolitical, but given his nerd status could see him being a libertarian.  Johnson, I guess.

Dr. Wakeman: Scientist, which would imply Clinton, but also values national defense.  Probably a swing voter.

Brit and Tiff: Being the fashion-obsessed, high-society snobs they are, almost certainly would've been big Hillary fans.  Would've despised Trump's misogyny and appeals to populism, likely would've agreed wholeheartedly with Hillary's "deplorables" comment.  However, those are the same reasons they might have been Bernie fans.  Probably left-wingers no matter how you slice it.

Mr. Scruffles/Vladimir: Although he's a minor character, he deserves mention here because he's one of the most political characters on the show.  In his first appearance, he complained about the way Dr. Wakeman had abused him and his fellow lab rats, spoke with a heavy Russian accent, and was based heavily (according to the show's creator, Rob Renzetti) on Lenin and the Bolsheviks.  For this reason alone, he would've most likely been Bernie or Bust, possibly crossing over to support Hillary or (more likely) Jill Stein in the general.

Misty: Another minor character, but since she was an alien who expressed admiration for Japan (she's also a ninja), probably would've disliked Trump's hard stance on illegal immigration and the xenophobia displayed by many of his voters.  Certainly would not have liked religious conservatives much.  Lean Clinton.

Vexus: Rob Renzetti says the Cluster was partially based on Nazi Germany, so based on that and the frequent comparisons of Trump to Hitler and fascism, implies she would like Trump.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Oldiesfreak1854 on January 22, 2018, 04:07:31 pm
Mr. Crocker - Trump, as he would be able to make anti-Fairy legislation.
What about teachers' unions?  Those are likely the only reason he ever kept his job, which implies to me he would've voted for Hillary and/or Bernie.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sestak on January 23, 2018, 04:50:22 pm
Fire Emblem 4:

Sigurd: Likes invading other countries. Voted Jeb! in primaries,Hillary in general.

Alec: Relaxed, lowkey kind of guy who probably smokes weed. Voted Bernie in primaries, Hillary in general.

Noish: Strong patriotism, but dislikes vulgarity. Voted Rubio in primaries, Hillary in general.

Arden: WWC. Voted Trump in primaries and in general.

Lex: Comes from Republican family and is very patriotic, but isn't actually all that conservative. Hates egomaniacs because of his father; Voted Kasich in primaries, Hillary in general at urging of...

Azel: Shy, typical scholary type. Voted Hillary in primaries and in general.

Quan: Wants to secure Lenster's Southern border. Voted for Trump in primaries and in general.

Ethlyn: Mostly surrounded by Republicans, but hates slobs. Voted Rubio in primary, Hillary in general.

Fin: Military, very loyal to his country and also to Quan. Voted Rubio in primary, Trump in general.

Midayle: Wants to stop rapists from coming across the border. Voted for Trump in primaries and in general.

Ayra: Woman from the northeast who likes fighting wars. Voted for Hillary in primary and general.

Dew: Hates aristocracy and capitalism. Voted for Bernie in primary, abstained from general.

Aideen: Also wants to stop rapists from crossing the border, but doesn't like voting for rapists either. Voted Trump in primary, Hillary in general.

Jamka: Minority voter, voted Hillary in primary and general.

Holyn: wants arena fighting to remain legal so he can stay in a job. Voted Rand Paulin primary, Gary Johnson in general.

Lachesis: Idk tbh.

Levin: Environmentalist Supreme. Voted Sanders in primary, Stein in general.

Sylvia: Female Millenial voter who hangs out with Levin.  Voted Bernie in primaries, Hillary in general.

Beowulf: likes money and is willing to ally with unsavory characters to get it. Voted for Trump in primaries and in general.

Fury: Environmentalist but also patriotic. Voted Hillary in primary and general.

Claude: Christian right, voted Cruz in primary, Trump in general.

Tiltyu: again idk.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on January 24, 2018, 12:05:14 am
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony:

Kaede Akamatsu, Ultimate Pianist - Clinton. She's a "person" voter rather than a "party" voter.

Shuichi Saihara, Ultimate Dectective- Both candidates were undergoing investigations, so he would have sat 2016 out. Maybe he and Muelller could be working together right now.

Rantaro Amami, Ultimate ??? - Has several missing siblings all over the world, so he voted Johnson to make travel eaiser on him.

Ryoma Hoshi, Ultimate Tennis Player/Prisoner - Is in prison, can't vote. Even if he could, he wouldn't vote for spoiler reasons.

Kirumi Tojo, Ultimate Maid - Depends on who her master is. She votes with/for her master.

Angie Yonaga, Ultimate Artist - Is foreign, can't vote. Would vote for the more religious candidate if she could. (or even write in Atua)

Gonta Gokuhara, Ultimate Entomologist - Aspires to be the perfect gentleman, but he is easy to manipulate. If the Trump campaign convinces him, he would vote Trump, but otherwise Clinton.

Miu Iruma, Ultimate Inventor - She and Trump are both perverts, but since Trump ran on anti-intellectualism, she votes for Clinton or a self write-in.

Tenko Chabashira, Ultimate Neo-Aikido Master - Clinton, as she thinks Sanders and Trump are degenerate males.

Korekiyo Shinguji, Ultimate Anthropologist - Trump, they have something in common that's a spoiler.

Himiko Yumeno, Ultimate Magician/Mage - Sanders because he believes in a magic government, votes for a 3rd party in the general.

Kaito Momota, Ultimate Astronaut - Clinton.

Maki Harukawa, Ultimate Child Caregiver - Apolitical for spoiler reasons.

K1-B0, Ultimate Robot - His inner voice guides him to vote for Clinton. Sanders in the primary.

Tsumugi Shirogane, Ultimate Cosplayer - Swing voter, as she is very plain outside of her hobby.

Kokichi Oma, Ultimate Supreme Leader - Trump, as both are extreme liars.

Monotaro - Forgot when the election took place

Monokid - Trump.

Monosuke - Probably Trump

Monodam - Sanders in primary, refuses to vote as he prefers to get along with everyone.

Monophanie - Same as Monodam.

Monokuma - Write-In: The Mastermind.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on January 24, 2018, 12:06:26 am
People here are fans of so many things I've never heard of...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sestak on January 24, 2018, 12:34:30 am
People here are fans of so many things I've never heard of...

Go play FE4.

Also if anyone here is familiar with FE, which game should I do next?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ChelseaT on April 01, 2018, 06:02:50 pm
House M.D.

House- Solid Democrat.
Foreman- Republican, but voted for Obama.
Chase- Doesnt vote.
Wilson- Dem obviously due to being jewish.
Cuddy- See above.
Cameron- her outlook on life means she's probably lib.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on April 02, 2018, 10:50:24 pm
Just finished The Office (don't judge me for waiting until 2017-18 to watch it):

Michael: This one's tough.  He's politically incorrect, but also wants to seem cool.  I almost see him as a weird Trump-Sanders swing voter.  Or may have voted for someone to make a point about gender or race (such as voting for Carson to say how much he loves black people).
Dwight: Trump or some weird candidate no one has heard of
Jim: Hard to pin down, probably pretty centrist.  May have gone for Hillary but have been open to voting for a different Republican.
Pam: Same as Jim, but probably is also a registered Republican
Angela: Religious right.  Voted Cruz in the primary and Trump in the general.
Phyllis: Conservative with neocon sympathies.  Rubio in the primaries and Trump in the general.
Meredith: Voted for Trump due to his more vulgar comments
Darryl: Probable Hillary voter, but I don't see him as all that liberal.
Kevin: Finds Trump entertaining?  Was in a bizarre uneducated awe of the election.
Ryan: Becomes anti-capitalist as the show goes on, but doesn't find anyone idealistic enough.  Writes somebody in.
Kelly: Liked Trump on The Apprentice and hates Hillary's pantsuits, so she voted for Trump.
Toby: Martin O'Malley or Ben Carson because no one lets them talk
Oscar: Atheist, gay liberal Democrat.  Probably not revolutionary enough to support Bernie though.
Andy: Kasich/Rubio voter to appease upper-class WASP sentiments.  Votes Johnson in the general.
Erin: Actually appears to have been raised a devout Christian, but wouldn't like Trump's rhetoric or pessimism.  Abstains, after voting Cruz or Kasich in the primary after Rubio dropped out.
Gabe: Atheist and seems to prefer foreign cultures to America, so probably a Democrat.  I'll guess Bernie.
Jo: Friend of Nancy Pelosi.  Hillary Clinton voter for sure.
Robert California: Who knows, but probably Trump or Johnson
Roy: Union Democrat who voted for Trump in 2016
Jan: Business Republican turned Hillary voter, quite liberal on social issues
Holly: Moderately libertarian Democrat.  Voted Hillary in the primary and general.
State Senator: (Very hypocritical) conservative Republican


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Bird on April 02, 2018, 11:03:01 pm
House M.D.

House- Solid Democrat.
Foreman- Republican, but voted for Obama.
Chase- Doesnt vote.
Wilson- Dem obviously due to being jewish.
Cuddy- See above.
Cameron- her outlook on life means she's probably lib.

House strikes me as a Left Libertarian


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sentor MAINEiac4434 of Lincoln on April 10, 2018, 12:36:53 pm
The Office (2008, 2012, 2016)

Jim: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)
Pam: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Dwight: McCain, Johnson, Johnson (Ron and Rand in GOP primaries)
Michael: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)
Andy: McCain, Romney, McMullin (Kasich in primary)
Kevin: Obama, Obama, Trump (Bernie in primary)
Phyllis: McCain, Romney, Hillary
Stanley: Obama, Obama, Hillary
Meredith: Nader, Stein, Stein
Erin: Obama, Obama, Hillary
Oscar: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Creed: Write-ins
Toby: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primsry)
Angela: McCain, Romney, Trump (Rubio in primary)
Darryl: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Torranski on April 15, 2018, 05:38:57 pm
TOS
Kirk: TRUMP (if anyone could forgive the Access Hollywood tape its this guy)
Spock: ABSTAIN (that smug guy who tells you one vote can’t make a difference)
McCoy: JOHNSON (strikes me as a guy who doesn’t want “government getting in his way”)
Scotty: STURGEON (she’s quite populist, pulls pints on the stump)
Uhura: HILLARY (from one glass ceiling to another)
Sulu: ABE?
Chekov: Protest ABSTENTION against Putin

TNG
Picard: HILLARY, BERNIE in the primary (socially liberal, pro-international diplomacy, definitely NeverTrump)
Riker: TRUMP (the guy who tells people he’s voting for Hillary or Johnson but has a conviction in the booth)
Worf: MCCAIN WRITEIN (“Kahless was not on the ballot”, picked the most worthy warrior)
Data: HILLARY (empathises with her struggle to project warmth)
Crusher: HILLARY (turned off by Trump’s anti-intellectualism)
Troi: STEIN (idealistic to the core, turned off by Hillary’s stiffness)

DS9
Sisko: MCMULLIN (ideologically rigid, refuses to pick the lesser of two ‘evils’)

VOY
Janeway: HILLARY ABSENTEE (pretty enthusiastic Hillary backer, ideologically very close (intervention, social issues etc))

ENT
Archer: forgot to register to vote.

DSC
Burnham: BERNIE in the primary, unable to vote in GE due to conviction


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: The Unbearable Invincibility of Dan Bishop on May 17, 2018, 08:26:10 am
3rd Rock from the Sun:
Dick: Huckabee, for the same reason he voted for Hecky Mulligan ("Funny name, I like that in a [President]"). Writes in Mary in the general ("That self-serving bitch!").
Sally: Hillary (she is The Woman, after all)
Harry: Eats his ballot instead of casting it
Tommy: Bernie, Hillary in the general (I don't know, he always struck me as a generic liberal millenial for some reason)

Of course, none of them actually care enough to vote, and they haven't been to Earth since 2001. Also, Frank Gansmiller totally gets MeToo'd.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Thunderbird is the word on May 28, 2018, 12:44:01 am
Cheers:

Sam Malone: Probably an ancestral Democrat but not very political in general, might in the present trend towards the right due to an antipathy to feminism not allowing him to get away with sexually harassing women in bars as much as he used to.

Diane Chambers: Stereotypical elitist liberal, probably supported Anderson in 1980 but voted Democrat in every election after that and in 2018 is #stillwithher and tweeting nonstop about Russiagate.

Norm Peterson: fiscally conservative+socially liberal Atari Democrat.

Cliff Claven: Reagan Democrat in the 1980s, in his retirement though with his union pension in the 2010s he begins drifting to the hard right. First in 2010 his love of history leads him to become involved in the Tea Party movement. In 2016 he supports Ted Cruz in the primary and is initially a #nevertrumper but eventually comes around. Is a staunch believer in pizzagate and Qanon.

Carla Tortelli: Lifelong working class Boston Democrat. In 2008 supported Hillary in the primary and easily voted for Obama in the general. In 2016 Bernie in the primary and Hillary in the general.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dope and Diamonds on May 30, 2018, 05:17:42 pm
Anyone done Glee yet?

Rachel Berry: Young woman with gay parents, probably the best example of the "Jewish-American Princess" trope I've ever seen, very much a New Yorker and probably more sympathetic to Clinton than most people but voted for Sanders in the primary and of course Clinton in the general.

Kurt Hummel: Young gay white man, I see him being more of a Northeastern John Kerry style solid liberal, and voting for Sanders in the primary, but still pretty enthusiastically Clinton in the general.

Mercedes Jones: Given her role as a stereotypical black church lady, I see her being an "Establishment Democrat" Obama/Clinton supporter through and through. Voted for Clinton in both the primary and the general.

Santana Lopez: More apolitical than most of them, voting mostly in support of liberal social issues. For some reason I can see her being extremely sympathetic to Ron Paul libertarianism if given the choice, but in an election between an establishment Republican or an establishment Democrat, would choose the Democrat every time. Didn't vote in primary, voted for Clinton in the general simply due to disgust with Trump.

Sam Evans: One of the few Glee club members I can honestly see being a Republican. I'd call him a George W. Bush style Republican, although slightly more liberal on social issues like LGBT rights. Voted in the Republican primary for Rubio, but would have found Bush or Cruz also acceptable. Voted in the general for Gary Johnson.

Will Schuster: Progressive Democrat in the mold of Barack Obama, completely. Voted in the primary for Sanders and general for Clinton.

Sue Sylvester: Interestingly, one of the characters with more fleshed out political views. I remember a scene where she had passionately supported every Republican going back to at least Bob Dole in 1996. Definitely a partisan Republican, probably on the more hawkish side, given her admiration for neoconservative politicians in particular. Voted for Kasich in the primary, Trump in the general.

Artie Abrams: Seems almost completely apolitical in my mind. I imagine he's a dead-on Centrist who acts as a pretty good bellwether, given that neither candidate is too extreme. Didn't vote in primary, I don't see him voting in the general unless disgust with Trump's social views gets him to vote for Clinton. I doubt it though.

Quinn Fabray: Country Club Republican. Would fit in well in Arlington, VA or Orange County, CA. Voted in the primary for Kasich, and voted for Trump in the general simply because of the (R) next to his name.

Burt Hummel: Neoliberal progressive Democrat. Voted in the primary and general for Clinton.

Blaine Anderson: Close to apolitical, but liberal social views keep him voting for Democrats. Voted for Sanders in the primary and Clinton in the general.

Brittany Pierce: Solid Democrat. Left of center in most all areas, but never far to the left of center. Sanders in primary, Clinton in general.

Noah Puckerman: Republican, but more liberal than most Republicans. Voted for Kasich in the primary and Johnson in the general.

Tina Cohen-Chang: The kind of Democrat you'd find in Silicon Valley, probably further to the left socially than economically. Voted in both the primary and the general for Clinton.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cold War Liberal on May 31, 2018, 02:04:37 pm
Lucille (1) would have been a Trump voter for sure
Absolutely. There have been a number of things she's said over the course of the series that made me think "yep, she'd vote for Trump."


Michael: Clinton (Romney in '12)
George Sr: Trump
Oscar: Stein
Lucille: Trump
GOB: Trump (low information, probably swing voter)
Lindsay: Clinton
Tobias: Clinton
Buster: Clinton
George Michael: Clinton
Maeby: Trump (to rebel against her parents)

Annyong: didn't vote, too busy plotting against the Bluths
STEVE HOLT!: Trump
Marta: Clinton
The Narrator: Clinton
Barry Zuckercorn: Zoltan Istvan, probably
Gene Parmesan: Clinton
J. Walter Weatherman: Trump?
Stan Sitwell: Clinton
Sally Sitwell: Clinton
Bob Loblaw: Clinton
"Who?" "Her?" Egg Bland Yam Ann: wrote in Ted Cruz
Kitty: Stein
Wayne Jarvis: Clinton
Maggie Lizer: Clinton
Lucille Austero: Clinton
Lupe: Clinton
Carl Weathers: Trump (tax cuts)
Dr. Fishman: Clinton
David Carter: Clinton
Officer Taylor: Clinton
Franklin D. Bluth: Stein?
Ice: Clinton
Phillip Litt: Trump
Frank Wrench: Darrell Castle


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dope and Diamonds on June 06, 2018, 07:38:30 am
Of the 14 Glee characters I listed, this is how I would imagine their votes if they had all voted since 2004:

- 7 are Solid Democrats who would have voted Democrat in every Presidential election since 2004 (Rachel Berry, Kurt Hummel, Mercedes Jones, Will Schuster, Blaine Anderson, Brittany Pierce, and Tina Cohen-Chang)

- 2 are Lean Democrat who would have voted for the Democrat in 3 of 4 Presidential elections since 2004 (Santana Lopez and Burt Hummel)

- 1 is pure tossup who would have voted for the Republican twice and the Democrat twice (Artie Abrams)

- 2 are Lean Republican, who would have voted Republican in 3 out of 4 elections since 2004 (Sam Evans, Noah Puckerman)

- 2 are Solid Republican who would have voted Republican in every election since 2004 (Sue Sylvester, Quinn Fabray)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ExtremeConservative on June 18, 2018, 05:54:20 pm
The Ranch:

Everybody votes Republican except Maggie, that random protester girl Rooster met in the bar, and maybe Heather (but probably not after she seemed to realize that abortion was wrong at the last minute).  I know a couple characters like Engineer Jen and either Brenda or Jo-Ann (can't remember which one) were Democrats at some point in their lives, but they would be Republicans today.  The only differences are level of political enthusiasm and the Trump vs. Cruz divide.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: NOTTYLER on July 03, 2018, 08:33:11 pm
Various anime characters
Light Yagami (Death Note)- would’ve voted for Hillary. Both are criminals who think they’re doing the right thing. Both support murder (in Hillary’s case it’s Abortion)
Ryuk (Death Note)- See above
Goku (Dragon Ball franchise)- Trump. Both are heroes who care about their world and everyone in it.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Franchise)- Hillary. Very self centered and egotistical. And so is Vegeta.
Frieza (Dragon Ball Franchise)- wants to rule the universe with an Iron fist. So Hillary.
Naruto (Naruto franchise)- votes Gary Johnson
Sasuke (Naruto Franchise)- Gary Johnson
Eren Yaeger (Attack on Titan)- Hmm. Probably Jill Stein... sadly.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dope and Diamonds on July 08, 2018, 09:07:37 pm
just finished the first season of The Legend of Korra I'll try to do my best with it.

Korra - Populist, anti-establishment liberal
Asami - Very close to pure independent. Elitist leans of her upbringing make her Lean R
Mako - Pragmatic independent, lean R because more agreement with "tougher" social policy
Bolin - Center-leftist, pretty establishment
Tenzin - Centrist, socially liberal with moderate economics. More concerned with keeping things together than anything.
Lin Beifong - Solid conservative


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Free Bird on July 09, 2018, 01:20:40 pm
Various anime characters
Light Yagami (Death Note)- would’ve voted for Hillary. Both are criminals who think they’re doing the right thing. Both support murder (in Hillary’s case it’s Abortion)
Ryuk (Death Note)- See above
Goku (Dragon Ball franchise)- Trump. Both are heroes who care about their world and everyone in it.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Franchise)- Hillary. Very self centered and egotistical. And so is Vegeta.
Frieza (Dragon Ball Franchise)- wants to rule the universe with an Iron fist. So Hillary.
Naruto (Naruto franchise)- votes Gary Johnson
Sasuke (Naruto Franchise)- Gary Johnson
Eren Yaeger (Attack on Titan)- Hmm. Probably Jill Stein... sadly.


I could easily see the whole cast of AoT being socialists. There's hints here and there, especially from Levi.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Izzyeviel on July 12, 2018, 12:33:44 am
Jim: Hillary
Pam: Bernie
Dwight: Libertarian
Michael: Crossed the x in the wrong places
Andy: Trump
Kevin: Trump
Phyllis: Hillary
Stanley: Hillary
Meredith: Trump
Erin: Stein
Oscar: Hillary
Creed: Romney for 2020
Toby: Bernie
Angela: Trump
Daryl: Hillary



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cath on July 12, 2018, 12:32:56 pm
just finished the first season of The Legend of Korra I'll try to do my best with it.

Korra - Populist, anti-establishment liberal
Asami - Very close to pure independent. Elitist leans of her upbringing make her Lean R
Mako - Pragmatic independent, lean R because more agreement with "tougher" social policy
Bolin - Center-leftist, pretty establishment
Tenzin - Centrist, socially liberal with moderate economics. More concerned with keeping things together than anything.
Lin Beifong - Solid conservative

Did you purchase the DVD’s, or...?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dope and Diamonds on July 12, 2018, 12:56:51 pm
just finished the first season of The Legend of Korra I'll try to do my best with it.

Korra - Populist, anti-establishment liberal
Asami - Very close to pure independent. Elitist leans of her upbringing make her Lean R
Mako - Pragmatic independent, lean R because more agreement with "tougher" social policy
Bolin - Center-leftist, pretty establishment
Tenzin - Centrist, socially liberal with moderate economics. More concerned with keeping things together than anything.
Lin Beifong - Solid conservative

Did you purchase the DVD’s, or...?

my fiancee has the series on bluray, i'm halfway through season 2 now. my opinion of Korra has changed a bit. She seems pretty intense about human rights, I could see her being pretty hawkish in terms of foreign intervention if it's done for humanitarian reasons.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Old School Republican on July 12, 2018, 01:10:54 pm
24:

Jack Bauer: Evan McMullin(Would be a never Trump Republican in 2016)
David Palmer: Hillary Clinton(Only time he would have voted Republican was 2004)
Tony Almeida: Evan McMullin
Michelle Dressler: Hillary Clinton
Chloe O Brien : Hillary Clinton
Bill Buchanan: Hillary Clinton



Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on July 12, 2018, 09:23:43 pm
Tradtl WWC vote for Trump
Al Bundy
Clint Eastwood
Syvester Stallone
Arnold Schwarzenegger
George Carl

Don Knotts Hillary Clinton also called " RF"


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Jersey Jimmy on August 02, 2018, 09:53:59 pm
Fallout: New Vegas in 2020
Cass: Gary Johnson
Boone: Doesn't vote
Veronica: Elizabeth Warren
Arcade: Bernie Sanders
Raul: Joe Biden?
Benny: Donald Trump
Ulysses: Himself; I can see him running as a fringe independent candidate


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: khuzifenq on August 12, 2018, 11:59:18 pm
Various anime characters
Light Yagami (Death Note)- would’ve voted for Hillary. Both are criminals who think they’re doing the right thing. Both support murder (in Hillary’s case it’s Abortion)
Ryuk (Death Note)- See above
Goku (Dragon Ball franchise)- Trump. Both are heroes who care about their world and everyone in it.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Franchise)- Hillary. Very self centered and egotistical. And so is Vegeta.
Frieza (Dragon Ball Franchise)- wants to rule the universe with an Iron fist. So Hillary.
Naruto (Naruto franchise)- votes Gary Johnson
Sasuke (Naruto Franchise)- Gary Johnson
Eren Yaeger (Attack on Titan)- Hmm. Probably Jill Stein... sadly.


I could easily see the whole cast of AoT being socialists. There's hints here and there, especially from Levi.

Haven't watched the 3rd season of AoT but here goes nothing:

Eren: Left-wing single-issue voter, cares about justice and winning. Bernie->Stein
Mikasa: Votes with Eren. Bernie->Stein
Armin: Intellectual, worldly, not afraid to think outside the box. Bernie
Jean: Elitist, self-centered tool whose perspective changes upon joining the Survey Corps. Rubio -> Hillary
Sasha: Rural, working-class, cares about survival but is also a foodie. Tossup between Trump and Hillary
Connie: Practical common-sense type. Tossup between Trump and Hillary
Reiner: Publicly pro-Hillary/Bernie, but privately supports Trump
Bertholdt: Privately a Trump voter but sympathizes with Bernie and Stein voters
Annie: Individualistic, aloof, joined the Military Police. Canon Trump voter but I can see her supporting Johnson
Ymir: Apolitical
Krista: Seems like a noblesse oblige SJW type. Hillary->Bernie/Hillary
Levi: Left-wing, populist, anti-corruption. Staunch Bernie supporter
Erwin: Survey Corps leader, leans GOP. Reluctant Hillary or Bernie supporter
Hange: Mad scientist type. Liberal but can't see her supporting any of the 2016 candidates
Pixis: Libertarian, pro-Johnson.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: ChelseaT on September 16, 2018, 12:03:26 pm
Lost in space (2018.)
Judy- Hillary
Don West- Johnson
Dad- Trump or Johnson
Mom- Hillary
Dr Smith. Doesn't vote


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: JoeyOCanada on September 20, 2018, 09:28:28 am
Friends:
Joey Tribbiani - Trump
Ross Geller - Hillary
Monica Geller - Hillary
Chandler Bing - Gary Johnson - as a joke
Phoebe Buffay - Bernie
Rachel Greene - Hillary


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dope and Diamonds on September 23, 2018, 07:36:04 pm
Malcolm in the Middle anyone?

Hal- Hillary Clinton (Primary: John Kasich)

Lois- Donald Trump (Primary: Marco Rubio)

Francis- Hillary Clinton (Primary: Bernie Sanders)

Reese- Gary Johnson (Primary: Rand Paul)

Malcolm- Hillary Clinton (Primary: Hillary Clinton)

Dewey- Hillary Clinton (Primary: John Kasich)

Piyama: Hillary Clinton (Primary: Hillary Clinton)

Stevie- Hillary Clinton (Primary: Bernie Sanders)

Craig- Donald Trump (Primary: Bernie Sanders)

Ida - Donald Trump (Primary: Donald Trump)

Polly- Jill Stein (Primary: Bernie Sanders)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: RINO Tom on September 23, 2018, 07:55:10 pm
My take on Arrested Dev:

Michael - Probably a Never Trump republican. He'll be wanting someone who can regulate his parents' business interests. I'd say he goes with Johnson.
George - A big-business voter. Has strong anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiments. Maybe Jeb in the primaries, but definitely Trump overall.
Lucille - Hillary. She seems like a neoliberal Wall Street type to me who only cares about being rich.
Gob - Seems pretty apolitical to me. All he really does is bad magic tricks and trying to best his brother at something.
Buster - Probably a Hillary supporter to spite his mother.
Lindsay - Stein.
Tobias - Hillary voter. Only cares about gay issues.
Maeby - Typical Hollywood Hillary shill. Probably has the same political views as Alia Shawkat IRL.
GM - Votes Hillary in hopes of winning over Maeby.

I'll try Fairly OddParents next:

Timmy - Bernie supporter. Wants to bring justice for all the underprivileged kids in the world.
Cosmo - Trump, because he's so crazy.
Wanda - Hillary, because she's the "safe option" and feels Timmy's and Cosmo's picks will do more harm than good.
Timmy's parents - Probably wouldn't vote. They seem mostly apolitical.
Vicky - Hillary, I guess. She'd probably just want a repeal of child labor laws and use women's rights legislation like the VAWA to punish innocent boys.
Mr. Crocker - Trump, as he would be able to make anti-Fairy legislation.
Jorgen - Seems like a never-Trump Republican a la Arnold.
Chester - A typical Trump-voting "white trash".
AJ - Solid Democrat.
Pixies - Trump, as he would loosen regulations around big businesses.
Chloe - Very much a "Bernie-or-bust" person, even more so than Hillary.

Huh?  Anyway, Lucille is a very clear Republican hack, IMO.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cold War Liberal on September 28, 2018, 10:10:55 pm
My take on Arrested Dev:

Michael - Probably a Never Trump republican. He'll be wanting someone who can regulate his parents' business interests. I'd say he goes with Johnson.
George - A big-business voter. Has strong anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiments. Maybe Jeb in the primaries, but definitely Trump overall.
Lucille - Hillary. She seems like a neoliberal Wall Street type to me who only cares about being rich.
Gob - Seems pretty apolitical to me. All he really does is bad magic tricks and trying to best his brother at something.
Buster - Probably a Hillary supporter to spite his mother.
Lindsay - Stein.
Tobias - Hillary voter. Only cares about gay issues.
Maeby - Typical Hollywood Hillary shill. Probably has the same political views as Alia Shawkat IRL.
GM - Votes Hillary in hopes of winning over Maeby.

I'll try Fairly OddParents next:

Timmy - Bernie supporter. Wants to bring justice for all the underprivileged kids in the world.
Cosmo - Trump, because he's so crazy.
Wanda - Hillary, because she's the "safe option" and feels Timmy's and Cosmo's picks will do more harm than good.
Timmy's parents - Probably wouldn't vote. They seem mostly apolitical.
Vicky - Hillary, I guess. She'd probably just want a repeal of child labor laws and use women's rights legislation like the VAWA to punish innocent boys.
Mr. Crocker - Trump, as he would be able to make anti-Fairy legislation.
Jorgen - Seems like a never-Trump Republican a la Arnold.
Chester - A typical Trump-voting "white trash".
AJ - Solid Democrat.
Pixies - Trump, as he would loosen regulations around big businesses.
Chloe - Very much a "Bernie-or-bust" person, even more so than Hillary.

Huh?  Anyway, Lucille is a very clear Republican hack, IMO.
She wanted to build a wall before Trump did...


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Badger on October 20, 2018, 03:28:12 pm
Friends:
Joey Tribbiani - Trump
Ross Geller - Hillary
Monica Geller - Hillary
Chandler Bing - Gary Johnson - as a joke
Phoebe Buffay - Bernie
Rachel Greene - Hillary

Chandler would probably succumb to distaste for Trump and peer pressure to vote for Hillary.

Pheobe would probably vote Green Party.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on October 31, 2018, 04:50:41 pm
HALLOWEEN

Merlin the Magician Secular(CLINTON)
Witches Paige, Prue, Pheobe and Piper Secular(CLINTON)
Freddy Kreuger Traditional (Trump)
Jason "Friday the 13th"/Mike Myers Traditional(Trump)
Terminator (Arnie) Secular (CLINTON)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Sandbox on November 13, 2018, 12:32:01 pm
Since I'm a fan of Riverdale...


Archie Andrews: He's very easy to manipulate, but since he was Veronica's running mate in the Riverdale High elections I'm going to say Lean R.

Veronica Lodge: Lean R, the name Lodge does come from a Republican policitial figure, but she's Hispanic/Latina here and the owner of a small business, so she might vote D if it helps the business (or Archie, she's a very supportive girlfriend here.)

Betty Cooper: D, but given her role in the show is the resident detective she might be a person-voter rather than a party voter.

Forsythe P. "Jughead" Jones the 3rd: Doubt he votes, being a bit of a conspiracy theorist and gang leader. He's also a poor person who lives in a trailer park. Seems distrustful of politics.

Cheryl Blossom: R, elitist rich girl who is really mean and sexual. She is bisexual though, and has been to conversion therapy so she may have changed her registration after that.

Josie McCoy: D, her group The Pussycats are all minority women (Josie herself being black) and the Democrats are the party that supports them.

Reggie Mantle: Archie's Asian rival. As Archie is Lean R, I'll say Reggie is Lean D.

Dilton Doily: He's a crazy survivalist who has his own bunker and teaches kids how to fire a gun. He probably votes R and then hides in his bunker playing Gryphons and Gargoyles until the next election.

Kevin Keller: Betty's gay friend and the sheriff's son. He probably votes like his father.

Fred Andrews: Ran for mayor of Riverdale as the "Family Values" candidate. Not sure which party that would be.

Hermonie Lodge: Ran against Fred Andrews, so whatever the opposite party of what he ran on.

Hiram Lodge: The series main villain, and a mafia don who controls Riverdale with an iron fist. He votes for whoever he has the most control over.

Sherriff Keller: Lean D, since he's having an affair with...

Sierra McCoy: Josie's mother and the Mayor of Riverdale in seasons 1 and 2. D, of course.

F.P. Jones the 2nd: Much like his son Jughead, he seems distrustful of politics in general.

Hal Cooper: R, it's a spoiler why.

Alice Cooper: Her desire to clean herself up from her younger days probably motivates her to vote R like Hal.

Toni Topaz: D, is a Native American and dislikes the Blossoms.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: brucejoel99 on December 04, 2018, 03:02:27 pm
Tony Stark -- Kasich in the primary (#NeverTrump), then Hillary
Steve Rogers -- Bernie, then Hillary
Bruce Banner -- N/A (Sakaar)
Natasha Romanoff -- Hillary
Clint Barton -- didn't cast a vote for President
Nick Fury -- Hillary
Stephen Strange -- Hillary
Carol Danvers -- N/A (Hala)
Scott Lang -- N/A (house arrest)
Hope van Dyne -- Hillary


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: darklordoftech on December 31, 2018, 05:29:00 pm
Back To The Future: George and Lorraine McFly would be Trump voters in the unaltered timeline, Biff would be a Trump voter in all timelines


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Calthrina950 on January 08, 2019, 11:33:14 pm
Back To The Future: George and Lorraine McFly would be Trump voters in the unaltered timeline, Biff would be a Trump voter in all timelines

What about Doc? Or Marty McFly? Or his wife?


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: DINGO Joe on January 09, 2019, 01:15:10 am
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

The gang all back varying candidates for baffling and contrarian reasons mainly to piss each other off and when they show up to vote, they learn none of them are registered to vote.

Mayberry

There weren't any black people in Mayberry for a reason, all Trumpers, except for Opie who goes off to college becomes a famous Hollywood director and leaves Mayberry far behind.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: KaiserDave on January 13, 2019, 10:44:32 pm
The Office (2008, 2012, 2016)



My response to this
The Office ELABORATION ASAP

Jim: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)
Pam: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Dwight: McCain, Johnson, Trump (Ron in 2012 primary)
Michael: Obama, Obama, Trump (For dumb reasons)
Andy: McCain, Romney, McMullin (Kasich in primary)
Kevin: N/A (Too stupid)
Phyllis: McCain, Romney, Hillary
Stanley: Obama, Obama, Didn't vote
Meredith: Nader, Stein, Stein
Erin: N/A, N/A, Hillary
Oscar: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Creed: Write-ins
Toby: Obama, Obama, Trump (Bernie in primsry)
Angela: McCain, Romney, Trump (Fiorina write-in in primary)
Darryl: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: SouthCarolinaAaron on January 21, 2019, 01:22:37 pm
Parks and Recreation

Leslie: (Hillary in the primary) Obama, Obama, Hillary
Ron: McCain, Johnson, Johnson
Andy: Obama, Obama, Johnson
April: Not old enough in ’08, no vote, Vermin Supreme
Ben: (Hillary in the primary) Obama, Obama, Hillary
Ann: Obama, Obama, Trump
Tom: Obama (Edwards in the primary), Obama, Clinton (Sanders in the primary)
Jerry: McCain, Romney, McMullin
Chris: Obama, Obama, Clinton (Sanders in the primary)
Donna: Obama, Obama, Clinton
Tammy Swanson (2):McCain (Gravel in the primary), Johnson, Trump


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Lakigigar on January 28, 2019, 05:38:08 pm
Friends:
Joey Tribbiani - Trump
Ross Geller - Hillary
Monica Geller - Hillary
Chandler Bing - Gary Johnson - as a joke
Phoebe Buffay - Bernie
Rachel Greene - Hillary
You're killing me... with that Chandler one...

The Big Bang Theory:
Sheldon Cooper - Gary Johnson
Leonard Hofstadter - Hillary Clinton
Rajesh Koothrapalli - Hillary Clinton
Howard Wolowitz - Donald Trump
Stuart - Donald Trump
Penny - Donald Trump
Amy - Hillary Clinton
Bernadette - Hillary Clinton


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: RINO Tom on January 28, 2019, 06:16:44 pm
The Office (2008, 2012, 2016)



My response to this
The Office ELABORATION ASAP

Jim: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)
Pam: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Dwight: McCain, Johnson, Trump (Ron in 2012 primary)
Michael: Obama, Obama, Trump (For dumb reasons)
Andy: McCain, Romney, McMullin (Kasich in primary)
Kevin: N/A (Too stupid)
Phyllis: McCain, Romney, Hillary
Stanley: Obama, Obama, Didn't vote
Meredith: Nader, Stein, Stein
Erin: N/A, N/A, Hillary
Oscar: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Creed: Write-ins
Toby: Obama, Obama, Trump (Bernie in primsry)
Angela: McCain, Romney, Trump (Fiorina write-in in primary)
Darryl: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)

Jim: Agreed
Pam: Agreed, they'd obviously be on opposite sides of the primary battle cuz TV.
Dwight: I can flat out guarantee that Dwight would not vote for a major party candidate, way too normal of a thing for him to do.
Michael: Obama twice due to his hilariously offensive-but-too-dumb-to-get-worked-up-about attitudes toward Black people, not sure if he breaks for Trump, though ... perhaps a misguided Johnson voter?
Andy: Agreed, but he first pulls for Pataki, LOL.
Kevin: Agreed, and it's a shame the show made him so inexplicably dumb by the end.
Phyllis: McCain (Hillary in the primary), Romney (for a Vance Refrigeration-related reason that she constantly talks about), Trump (definition of the sheepish Trump voter who puts up with his comments with some very reserved defense)
Stanley: Agreed.
Meredith: Guessing Meredith doesn't vote and has some absolutely irrelevant, sex-related reason why.
Erin: Obama (does what's cool), Romney (no real convictions, maybe Andy gets to her?), Hillary (Kelly in her ear)
Oscar: Agreed.
Creed: (Hilarious) write-ins
Toby: Obama, Romney, Clinton
Angela: Agreed.
Darryl: Agreed.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Badger on January 29, 2019, 11:24:47 pm
The Office (2008, 2012, 2016)



My response to this
The Office ELABORATION ASAP

Jim: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)
Pam: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Dwight: McCain, Johnson, Trump (Ron in 2012 primary)
Michael: Obama, Obama, Trump (For dumb reasons)
Andy: McCain, Romney, McMullin (Kasich in primary)
Kevin: N/A (Too stupid)
Phyllis: McCain, Romney, Hillary
Stanley: Obama, Obama, Didn't vote
Meredith: Nader, Stein, Stein
Erin: N/A, N/A, Hillary
Oscar: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Creed: Write-ins
Toby: Obama, Obama, Trump (Bernie in primsry)
Angela: McCain, Romney, Trump (Fiorina write-in in primary)
Darryl: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)

Jim: Agreed
Pam: Agreed, they'd obviously be on opposite sides of the primary battle cuz TV.
Dwight: I can flat out guarantee that Dwight would not vote for a major party candidate, way too normal of a thing for him to do.
Michael: Obama twice due to his hilariously offensive-but-too-dumb-to-get-worked-up-about attitudes toward Black people, not sure if he breaks for Trump, though ... perhaps a misguided Johnson voter?
Andy: Agreed, but he first pulls for Pataki, LOL.
Kevin: Agreed, and it's a shame the show made him so inexplicably dumb by the end.
Phyllis: McCain (Hillary in the primary), Romney (for a Vance Refrigeration-related reason that she constantly talks about), Trump (definition of the sheepish Trump voter who puts up with his comments with some very reserved defense)
Stanley: Agreed.
Meredith: Guessing Meredith doesn't vote and has some absolutely irrelevant, sex-related reason why.
Erin: Obama (does what's cool), Romney (no real convictions, maybe Andy gets to her?), Hillary (Kelly in her ear)
Oscar: Agreed.
Creed: (Hilarious) write-ins
Toby: Obama, Romney, Clinton
Angela: Agreed.
Darryl: Agreed.

Creed would never risk jury service,by voting.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: GeorgiaModerate on March 01, 2019, 05:18:40 pm
Friends:
Joey Tribbiani - Trump
Ross Geller - Hillary
Monica Geller - Hillary
Chandler Bing - Gary Johnson - as a joke
Phoebe Buffay - Bernie
Rachel Greene - Hillary
You're killing me... with that Chandler one...

The Big Bang Theory:
Sheldon Cooper - Gary Johnson
Leonard Hofstadter - Hillary Clinton
Rajesh Koothrapalli - Hillary Clinton
Howard Wolowitz - Donald Trump
Stuart - Donald Trump
Penny - Donald Trump
Amy - Hillary Clinton
Bernadette - Hillary Clinton

Sheldon probably would have voted for someone like Laurence Kotlikoff (https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/meet-the-economist-running-for-president/).

Penny probably isn't registered to vote.

Switch Howard and Bernadette.  I can't picture Howard voting for someone who looks like an antisemite, while Bernadette came from a conservative family and seems like a "what's in it for me" type.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on March 22, 2019, 04:28:25 pm
All Hallows Eve:

Gouls, Gobblins and Witches:
Prue: Secular or Green Party: "Ralph Nadar"
Phoebe, Paige and Piper: Secular
Mike Myers and Jason: Traditional
Freddy Krueger: Traditional or Libertarian "Trump" or "Johnson"


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Truth Hurts on March 30, 2019, 08:29:54 pm
Shiloh:

Marty Preston: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
Judd Travers: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
David Howard: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
Ray Preston: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
Lou Preston: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
Dara Lynn Preston: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
Becky Preston: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
Dr. Murphy: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hick)
Everyone else: Trump (Racist WV Deplorable Hicks)


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Cory Booker on April 06, 2019, 01:02:02 pm
Yosemite Sam & Elmer Fudd: Conservatives
Bugs & Daffy and Porky Pig are secular

Beaker, Dr Bunsen Honeydew, Animal and the Band are conservative
Kernit, Fonzi and Miss Piggy Secular

Hunters v Animals


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Dope and Diamonds on June 12, 2019, 05:44:50 pm
I bet Christian Grey is a Romney-Clinton voter am I right??


Title: Re: Who would the Mane Six vote for?
Post by: Smiling John on July 07, 2019, 02:37:54 pm
I often wonder if some of you are even trying to get girls

This remains one of my favorite posts ever on this site.


Title: Re: "Who would fictional characters vote for?" omnibus thread
Post by: Some of My Best Friends Are Gay on July 07, 2019, 03:04:03 pm
I bet Christian Grey is a Romney-Clinton voter am I right??

Eh, I would have guessed he'd be a strong Trump supporter.