I Am the Unibomber. At least that's who I feel like I am based upon the questions asked at AmericansElect.org.
From their website:
THE GOAL OF AMERICANS ELECT is to nominate a presidential ticket that answers directly to voters—not the political system. American voters are tired of politics as usual. They want leaders that will put their country before their party, and American interests before special interests. Leaders who will work together to develop fresh solutions to the serious challenges facing our country. We believe a secure, online nominating process will prove that America is ready for a competitive, nonpartisan ticket.
Below are a few of my answers to questions they ask:
I thought this was an interesting question. My personal point of view is that other people's income is none of my business. Thus my "unsure" answer.
I thought this was an interesting question. Do I think states could do better? Yes. I don't think, however, that the federal government needs to take over this role.
Am I the Unibomber? No. But after answering quite a few questions I'm starting to feel that I live outside of the mainstream. Not that I'm concerned about how I think. I'm more concerned that others will force me to think like them. And based on this survey, they'll be glad to use the federal government to do that.
(For the sake of the Echelon program, I am not the Unibomber.)