I would probably fit into some of the stereotypes for a right winger: totally into low taxes and smaller government. I start to go off track though, because for me, that includes dismantling the military-industrial complex, ending pointless wars, not getting into them in the first place, and just maintaining our actual national security (which wouldn't take a whole bunch, the US is like Russia -- ain't nobody gonna be able to occupy this much space).
But I don't really want a government that tells people how to live, who to marry, violates privacy, has any say in reproductive freedom, etc. etc. Typical lefty issues.
Anyway, just throwing this out there -- it seems that Republicans and Democrats really are the same, or at least 95% or so, and neither group really represents me well. As for our current administration (you know, the same one as the last one with a new face), I think Glen Greenwald has written about the best summary paragraph ever (totally defines awesome) of the Obama administration's continuation and extension of the Bush legacy:http://www.salon.com/news/opinion/glenn_greenwald/2010/08/10/gibbs/...
So I'm wondering -- am I as alone among atheists as I am with everyone else? I basically consider myself a green libertarian, which makes me a bit soft on property rights issues in the eyes of hardcore libertarians, but I like a pretty world where the costs of production are not handed off to unsuspecting neighbors. As far as Republocrats and Demoplicans go though, just six of one, half dozen of the other, so I am rather bothered with the assumption that Republicans are conservatives and Democrats are liberals.