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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    They may have the potential because they're influential, but I kind of think INFPs aren't the sort of people who are willing to use such power.

    So they're less powerful because of their own restraint, I think.
    They are hardly ever actively power driven, but having influence is definitely a type of power. I also find ISFPs a lot more passive when it comes to any big picture issue. There will never be a shortage of (liberal) INFP political activists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    ISFP, hands down. They have a practical side, and an ENTJ shadow.

    INFPs just have feelings.
    ?!?What!?! Athenian, you have real issues.


    Any way in answer to political influence, where ever there is social change, there's an INFP in the mix, I mean we had Ghandi, Abe Lincoln, ?Martin Luther King (I'm not actually sure if he's INFP or not, but I'm claiming him for now). Those three alone were behind massive social changes. We can turn on the charm, and speak to people's better sides, inspire dreams, and we are stubborn enough to win people's admiration. Who needs to be practical when you change the world? And the best thing about INFP's, is no-one ever suspects the underdog. We don't have bravado, we're just the little men and women who make people think, and quite often we do it with out violence or psyhicallity, with out lifting a finger, just talk - Now that's power. Even ENTJ's have to admit that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    ?!?What!?! Athenian, you have real issues.


    Any way in answer to political influence, where ever there is social change, there's an INFP in the mix, I mean we had Ghandi, Abe Lincoln, ?Martin Luther King (I'm not actually sure if he's INFP or not, but I'm claiming him for now). Those three alone were behind massive social changes. We can turn on the charm, and speak to people's better sides, inspire dreams, and we are stubborn enough to win people's admiration. Who needs to be practical when you change the world? And the best thing about INFP's, is no-one ever suspects the underdog. We don't have bravado, we're just the little men and women who make people think, and quite often we do it with out violence or psyhicallity, with out lifting a finger, just talk - Now that's power. Even ENTJ's have to admit that.
    Agreed.

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    it's a tie
    the perfect result for the Care-bears Vs my-little-ponies faceoff.

    or is it the,
    Jedis Vs Darth Mauls?

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    This thread is like asking, "Which is more powerful? A bunny rabbit or a declawed kitty kat?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    ?!?What!?! Athenian, you have real issues.


    Any way in answer to political influence, where ever there is social change, there's an INFP in the mix, I mean we had Ghandi, Abe Lincoln, ?Martin Luther King (I'm not actually sure if he's INFP or not, but I'm claiming him for now). Those three alone were behind massive social changes. We can turn on the charm, and speak to people's better sides, inspire dreams, and we are stubborn enough to win people's admiration. Who needs to be practical when you change the world? And the best thing about INFP's, is no-one ever suspects the underdog. We don't have bravado, we're just the little men and women who make people think, and quite often we do it with out violence or psyhicallity, with out lifting a finger, just talk - Now that's power. Even ENTJ's have to admit that.
    Oh, Fi-Ne does all that?

    Nevermind, then. Looks like INFPs do more than I thought they did. Sorry.

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    INFP = long fuse.....................................BIG BOMB.:steam:

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    Both are equally powerful in their own ways.

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