No, Libby, it's not. The 'Socialism' in national socialist was meaningless in terms of your definition of 'Socialism'.Quote by: Libhater
"The term national socialism was coined by French intellectual Maurice Barrès. The term characterizes the rejection of pluralism, individualism, materialism and globalism. The ideology generally supports the creation of a self-sufficient corporatist economy, a single-party state, and a society built upon traditional family values."
Here's Hitler based on PoliticalCompass.org...
Try the test yourself, see where you fit. I'm about a qtr. inch to the right and a qtr. inch above Gandhi.
They have spoken, but only about 26% "agree with everything the Tea Party stands for."...the American public has spoken, and they agree with everything the Tea Party stands for.