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Third and fourth party candidates need to be encouraged. I especially enjoyed what she said about debating Romney. Maybe he should be called automney! (Automaton and Romney, for anyone who was confused)
I had never heard of her. But like what I read.
She and Ron Paul could make quite a platform together. Two doctors!
And agree third and fourth party candidates but want one that will siphon off votes in the other direction. Oh wait. We had that, didn't we? The TEA Party.
Hope she gets heard. She is a breath of fresh air in the murky smog of American politics! Good luck to her uphill.battle. Talk about David and Goliath!
by Melis Ann 5 years ago
Will you watch debates of the third party candidates?If you're unhappy with the state of affairs, then why not look into other options? Debate last night on youtube with Larry King moderating Libertarian, Green, Constitution and Justice Parties. http://youtu.be/CoNPO4h2quk
by Sooner28 6 years ago
Have you ever heard of the Green Party? I feel like Americans sometimes get stuck within the two party system, when there are alternatives that, if the public knew about, could actually challenge the two major parties. Here is a link to the Green Party website. ...
by ptosis 2 years ago
If Trump & Clinton are so despised then why not vote third party?The Founding Fathers were vehemently against a national party (faction) system, especially a two-party model. 2016 3rd party Prez candidates; Darrell Castle, Gary Johnson, Chris Keniston and Jill Stein. Sanders...
by Doug Hughes 7 years ago
"*On October 9, 2009, House candidate Robert Lowry of Florida held an event at a Broward County gun range during which he fired at a series of symbolic political targets, including a silhouette with his opponent Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz's initials on it.*On January 10, 2010, Nevada Senate...
by Abecedarian 8 years ago
Do Tea Party candidates and their supporters "really" believe that they will get into office and...keep all those promises they've made? GOP-Tea Party candidates are promising so much, but yet have said how they plan to pay for any of it, and being in the minority, do they believe they...
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
I've always said that I didn't think Mitt would win in SC, and now Newt is ahead in the state in several polls. The GOP has gone so far to the right that they don't want a moderate. It just boggles my mind that any reasonable person could back Newt. If you think we have gridlock in Washington now,...
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