It may very well be that in the end, I am right of center on somethings, but if you take my political views and put them against the typical conservative, you will find that I have very little agreement with them. I will have some, but little. And if you take me and evaluate me against a typical liberal, you will find that I have very little agreement with them. I will have some, but little. What does that make me? I don't know. That was the point of my post. I certainly never advocate conservative policies here or in my day to day life. Heck, I don't advocate policies at all. I focus a lot on the law, and the primacy of the law and our governmental structure. But what does that make me?
...Scalia; people always point to his "judicial brilliance." But he's only "brilliant" in the capacity to arrange any given set of circumstances into an argument in favor of what you knew he was in favor of before the circumstances were given to him.