I'm a political mutt... an eclectic mix.
I usually take a stance on an issue by issue basis, so it's hard to identify with any categorization in the spectrum.
legalization of drugs... hell no. we live in a society of excess. can you imagine the havoc that easy access to narcotics would wreak?
abortion rights... only in certain cases and not after a certain period of time where the fetus has developed
corporate taxes... should be inflated on the corporate side for non-essential industries such as fast-food, cigarettes, alcohol, etc. and less for things like clothing, food, etc.
gay marriage... it's a conflic between democratic ideals and sociological theories, but i'd have to say no to gay marriage. civil unions, maybe, with certain provisions. for example, should gays be allowed to adopt? i'm not so sure...
welfare... good idea, but improperly applied.
personal taxes... i'm fine with tax rates before the cut, bush's tax cut was moronic. tax everyone equally. if you make more, you pay more, but it's fair on a percentage-basis. as for welfare related taxes go... i wouldn't mind paying them if the welfare system was a bit more effective.
corporate governance... i'm for public (watch-dogs, "muckrakers", etc.) monitoring of corporate activities and laissez-faire intervention by government but with harsh censures for any wrongdoing.