Fiscally left, socially neutral. Sorry, I don't like the bible thumping on the right, and I don't like all of the affirmative action/equal opportunity stuff from the left either. Frankly, I say you should be able to discriminate on religion. If someone is wearing religious clothing day in and day out, I'm sorry, but if they can't question an idea created by a man who knows less than a sixth grader does today, how else are they limited in their critical thinking skills?
As for fiscally, I'm sorry, but left. If you're filthy stinking rich, you can pay more taxes. That won't keep your kid out of college or your stomach empty. I love capitalism to death, and as an immigrant, I think it's a beautiful, beautiful system.
However, I detest parasitism and the predatory tendencies of larger corporations to destroy Mom and Pop shops. Because here in college, the only place I eat is at a Mom and Pop deli. And it's miles above even Subway. I believe in capitalism only when the little guys have a chance, because it's the little guys that drive innovation. If there's one thing in which Silicon Valley absolutely eats Wall Street's lunch, it's that Silicon Valley is pure and free capitalism. Just because Microsoft has Windows doesn't mean you can't be the next Bill Gates if your idea is good enough. In Silicon Valley, if you have a good idea and the go-getter attitude, no giant corporation is going to destroy you--simply because they *can't*, not if your idea is something that is truly yours.
And I am about as NT as you can get.