Where Do You Fall in the Rightosphere?


How about

moderate libertarian?

Where does ...

...protecting our "personal liberty" come in under?

ex animo


Conservative, but socially tolerant

I'm exceptionally conservative on foreign policy, national security, border control and immigration, gun ownership, business, and limited government.

But I'm pretty socially tolerant --- I don't really care what other consenting adults do with other consenting adults, and I don't want the government legislating morality.

what are we called?


That is exactly my view.  Very conservative on the issues you mentioned, but libertarian on the social issues.  I have yet to see a labels that defines that stance.  Neither libertarian not conservative fits.

I am a conservative, across

I am a conservative, across the board.  But social issues, such as abortion (I am pro life), gay marriage (don't much like it), etc., are not defining issues for me.  I support the right to bear arms; not because I do (I don't), but because the Constituton protects it.  Taxes, judges, national security, respect for the Constitution as it is written, these are the issues that will sway my vote. 

Find Out Who You Are With the World's Smallest Political Quiz

Here's the link to the World's Smallest Political Quiz.  My political values are pretty much the same as yours and Robbie's, and my result came back "Conservative Libertarian": 

LIBERTARIANS support maximum liberty in both personal and

economic matters. They advocate a much smaller government; one

that is limited to protecting individuals from coercion and violence.

Libertarians tend to embrace individual responsibility, oppose

government bureaucracy and taxes, promote private charity, tolerate

diverse lifestyles, support the free market, and defend civil liberties.


I voted socially conservative, but i think religious conservative and Christian conservative should be added to the list of options.

I'm definitely socially conservative. And i am a Christian conservative.

Pro-God, pro-Traditional marriage, pro-Traditional family!!!!

My brand of Conservatism

Conservative values are based in the principles laid down by our Founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

Conservatives are not here to conserve traditions, they are here to conserve individual rights as considered by our Founding Fathers and as established in our founding documents.


Good ol' Paleo-conservative with Libertarian leanings and with Consitutionalist on top!