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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    Another one of these claimed INTPs that can't get subtle humor. Oy. These ISTPs and depressed ISTJs are annoying as hell.

    When did I ever say anything about women lacking the ability to be leaders (or anything else for that matter)? I was pointing out her type. Beyond this, if you knew anything about me you'd know that last year I championed a black (gasp!) woman (double gasp!) as a sensible presidential candidate. Comically, she's almost certainly an INTJ, and true-to-type, she refused to run.

    In case you didn't realize: The first sentence was playing on a stereotype for effect. The stereotype of men/husbands/fathers being EXTJs, especially ESTJs. It's just like the stereotype of women/housewives/mothers being ESFJs and ISFJs.
    Haha! INTP's and their inability to detect sarcasm.. Allows the more satanic and cold-hearted INFP's and INTJ's to come in to pick on the INTP.

    Hillary will dress like a lumberjack, if she wins the nomination, and start chopping down trees to show her 'manly' side and then interest groups such as Sierra will take all of their money away and the Democrats will think, "Damn, wish we had that Obama fellow running. At least, he isn't a fucking retard."

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    Also personalityzone.com offers some typings of the presidential candidates.

    Hillary: ENTJ
    Obama: INTJ
    Romney: INTJ
    Huckabee: EXFJ
    Edwards: ESFP
    McCain: ESTP
    Thompson: ISFJ
    Guliani: ESTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    Haha! INTP's and their inability to detect sarcasm.. Allows the more satanic and cold-hearted INFP's and INTJ's to come in to pick on the INTP.
    In case you missed it, I meant their type was bogus.

    Real ones are great with such things...
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    Disclaimer: The above is my opinion and mine alone, it does not mean I cannot change my mind, nor does it guarantee that my comments are related to any deep-seated convictions. Take everything I say with a whole snowplow worth of salt and call me in the morning, if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    In case you missed it, I meant their type was bogus.

    Real ones are great with such things...
    Haha, I know. I have an INTP friend or two who are excellent with that.

    My comment was sarcastic in nature since it's so 'difficult' to believe that someone who tests as an INTP would take such a facetious comment so seriously. I don't think too many real INTPs would have trouble though.

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    Default Obama-ENFP Clinton-ESTJ McCain-ESTP

    According to a Slate.com article:

    Barack Obama - ENFP
    Hillary Clinton - ESTJ
    John McCain - ESTP.

    What psychological personality tests reveal about Clinton, Obama, and McCain. - By Emily Yoffe - Slate Magazine

    Does this information alter your opinion of these people? If so, how? If not, why not?

    How do you think 'type' will effect the capacity for or style of leadership in these individuals?

    Will your own type influence your vote given that you now know the types of the candidates?

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    I think a discussion of this article popped up last month or so... it's around somewhere.
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    Barack - ESTJ
    Hillary - ISTJ
    John - ISFJ
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    Merged and moved to Pop Bulture and Type

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    That article seems off to an extent. Hillary, for one, may be an ISTJ, but definitely not E in any way. Obama is somewhat accurate. Mccain and Shrub II as ESTP? I need further clarification on that...
    But sir, your opinion is wrong.
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    A lot of people seem to think Obama is a J. I think this is wrong for two reasons:

    1) His wife famously complained that he leaves his socks lying around the house. A high functioning J wouldn't do this.

    2) He confessed that disorganization was a weakness of his. Js are known for being organized.

    Also, Obama is likely an F given his ability to connect with people and inspire them. Ts are not good at that. Take McCain and Clinton for instance. They don't particularly move you when they speak, unless you happen to love them for other reasons.

    Furthermore, I think one can also assume that Obama is an N. He has written two books, both of which are quite introspective, a quintessential N quality.

    Therefore, he is most certainly an NFP. The I/E is debatable.

    This is what makes him a different kind of politician. The article from Slate goes on to say that most politicians fall into the EST category, for example, McCain and Clinton.

    Obama's is a rare type in politics and I think it will be very interesting to see how that plays itself out in the White House. Amen!

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