If Squidward were an American, what do you think his political views would be like?
I imagine this is probably a character from SpongeBob. I wouldn't be caught dead watching it. But I assume he's a villain of some sort, so I voted "left-leaning."
Selfish, unjustified air of superiority, delusional about talents... Yep, definitely conservative.
You spelled "liberal" wrong.
bckrt - ROFL good one!
Definitely left leaning. He is constantly correcting others and thinks that his way is the only way.
Old, grumpy conservative.
He's more of an artsy kind if guy and he earned low wages I would guess so he would rely in the government. Probably left leaning
Right, must you ask
Interesting you'd say that, why?
well back when I was a kid, Spongebob had just barley came out so I didn't see much of it, but I've gotta say, I think he'd be a total conservative. Of course back then I had no idea what a conservative was, so I just thought he was a grump.
Right, although I've watched about ten minutes of Spongebob total. (I've got the correct show, I hope.)
Yup! So, just throwing out a direction, or did something you saw imply that to you?
He owns the burger joint, right? I think it was something to do with the working environment.
He's the depressed cashier.
Oh. Who's the owner? That's who I'm thinking of. I guess I have no opinion at all about Squidward.
Mr. Krabs, who would obviously be radically conservative. You should watch some!
I dunno. I don't remember it being all that amusing as a teenager. Like Ren & Stimpy, and CatDog, everyone else seemed to like it a lot more than I did.
Hmm interesting. How long ago was that? I'm guessing sometime during the show's best years...
Circa 2000. Ditto with Beavis and Butthead, The Simpsons, and Southpark. Basically the only cartoon in that flavor that I've ever really liked is Family Guy.
Hmm I guess that could have been a bit before all the greats, not really sure. Well, it's unimportant