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Check out the Candidates

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To those of you with little time, but interested in finding out more about the 2012 Presidential Candidates and how they differ I have a recommendation.
I’ve discovered this user-friendly, non “party biased” website which allows us to compare Presidential Candidates’ platforms with ease .

Here’s the specific section on the Presidents: http://2012-presidential-candidates.findthedata.org/

Explore a bit and you’ll find loads of other categories for comparison, among them; Cars, Software, Universities, Healthcare etc.

Of course, we want to know if the information is reliable, can we trust it? This is the good news.

Founder, Kevin O’connor, who also co-founded “DoubleClick“, says he “found sites offering top 10 recommendations were secretly getting kickbacks from the sites they were recommending. So in 2009 he launched FindtheBest.com with the goal of filtering excessive junk and presenting information in a simple, comparable way.”*


So, if you are like me and would like to know what Ron Paul stands for compared to Mitt Romney without wading through tons of information on everybody’s website…this might help.


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