Gary Johnson for President 2012

Gary Johnson for President 2012

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“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#1 Jul 1, 2012
Here's a quick bit on Gary Johnson.

At last at least an alternative to the less than thrilling Obama/Romney situation.

http://youtu.be/2X3QRSIXgns

"...Two-term Governor, Gary Johnson, says both parties are indistinguishable from one another. Both are keeping America broke. Both are keeping America at war. Both have trampled on the Constitution. And both are stooges to the same big money players that never change behind the scenes. It's time to put our differences and our parties aside and come together as a nation for the good of all. We The People are ready to LIVE FREE." -Gary Johnson 2012

“Shadowville All-Stars”

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#3 Jul 1, 2012
PILL POPPERY wrote:
We know your game. Trying to draw votes from Romney so obama can win again. You love obama.
No, Gary Johnson is the best choice in my opinion, since neither Romney or Obama impress me so much right now.

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“Shadowville All-Stars”

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#4 Jul 2, 2012
PILL POPPERY wrote:
You love obama.
No, and I don't hate him either. I place Obama with Jimmy Carter, I reckon... a nice guy not up for the job of President.

Interesting Gary Johnson write-up:

http://countrythinker.com/home/politics/votin...

"...Mitt Rom­ney did not run for reelec­tion [...] his polling num­bers were so bad he knew he didn’t have a chance at win­ning. Rom­ney... claims that he accom­plished most of the things he wanted to accom­plish and he didn’t want to become a career politi­cian."

"...Barack Obama [...] is respon­si­ble for what econ­o­mist Edward Lazear has iden­ti­fied as the worst eco­nomic recov­ery in his­tory. He is respon­si­ble for the largest bud­get deficits in human his­tory, and his Trea­sury Sec­re­tary has acknowl­edged that Team Obama has no plan what­so­ever as to how to deal with the prob­lem."

"...Mean­while, Gov­er­nor Gary John­son had two extremely suc­cess­ful terms as New Mexico’s chief exec­u­tive. He was reelected in a Democrat-​&#8203 ;dominated state even though he was rated the most fis­cally con­ser­v­a­tive Gov­er­nor at the time [...] The two major par­ties are wrong. You don’t have to pick between fail­ures. You can choose suc­cess instead, and in this case his name is Gary Johnson."

“Shadowville All-Stars”

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#6 Jul 2, 2012
You know Johnson wrote:
You know that every vote for Johnson is one less for Romney.
Exactly, since as I've stated more than once, I am less than impressed with Romney or Obama.

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#8 Jul 2, 2012
Your Mom wrote:
Who does your mom like best.
Which one does yours like best?
Most Sexy Mom

Columbus, GA

#9 Jul 2, 2012
You should enter your mom in the SEXY MOM CONTEST at that night club you always brag about. Enter her in the WET T-SHIRT CONTEST. Start bringing her to the clubs with you. Lots of men and women would love to ask her for a dance.

“Shadowville All-Stars”

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#10 Jul 2, 2012
Most Sexy Mom wrote:
You should enter your mom
Tell you what, how about you take your mom and let us know how it went... heh.
Nina

United States

#11 Jul 3, 2012
I would like to see Gary Johnson in a debate with the numb nuts Obama/ Romney .

“Shadowville All-Stars”

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#12 Jul 4, 2012
Nina wrote:
I would like to see Gary Johnson in a debate with the numb nuts Obama/ Romney .
That would be interesting, but how long has it been since the "powers that be" have allowed a third party candidate in on the debates... Ross Perot?

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“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#14 Jul 4, 2012
Nina wrote:
I would like to see Gary Johnson in a debate with the numb nuts Obama/ Romney .
Well I've checked, and there are no plans to include Gary Johnson in the Presidential Debates at all this year, as much as expected:

http://www.2012presidentialelectionnews.com/2...

2012 Presidential Debate Schedule

The dates and venues have been announced for the 2012 Presidential debates between President Obama and the eventual GOP nominee. The date for the Vice Presidential debate has also been announced.

Ticketing for the 2012 general election debates is controlled by the Commission on Presidential Debates and tickets will be extremely limited. The majority of tickets are distributed to university students and faculty through a lottery system with the remaining tickets going to friends and families of the campaigns and the media.

October 3, 2012

Air Time TBD
Location: University of Denver in Denver, Colorado
Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates
Participants: President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney

October 11, 2012
Vice Presidential

Air Time TBD
Location: Centre College in Danville, Kentucky
Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates
Participants: Vice President Biden and the GOP Vice Presidential nominee

October 16, 2012

Air Time TBD
Location: Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York
Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates
Participants: President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney

October 22, 2012

Air Time TBD
Location: Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida
Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates
Participants: President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#16 Jul 5, 2012
I hope he runs if it will keep the 250 million dollar man out.

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#18 Jul 5, 2012
Columbus Native wrote:
I hope he runs if it will keep the 250 million dollar man out.
Gary Johnson definitely seems to be a strong enough contender to pull quite a few voters... if they can find out about him.
Blaine

Albany, GA

#20 Jul 5, 2012
We need more Obama.
He will ensure I get the medical care I need and deserve.
I want to continue to sit on my fat a$$ and get me a check every month. I worked for 20 years for nothing, I want what I deserve and Obama is working for me so I can have it easy like them fat cat rich people. You just mad cause he taking what you got and giving it to us.
I'd make him president for life. Deal with it rednecks.

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#21 Jul 5, 2012
Blaine wrote:
We need more Obama.
He will ensure I get the medical care I need and deserve.
I want to continue to sit on my fat a$$ and get me a check every month. I worked for 20 years for nothing, I want what I deserve and Obama is working for me so I can have it easy like them fat cat rich people. You just mad cause he taking what you got and giving it to us.
I'd make him president for life. Deal with it rednecks.
Okay, that sure added a lot to the discussion... heh.

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#25 Jul 7, 2012
Hank wrote:
<quoted text>
The Democrats and Republicans got together way back in the 90's and lobbied Congress to bar 3rd party candidates from general election Presidential debates.
So in short, that ain't happening but I guess it could cause one to scratch their head and wonder why they would do such a thing.
Funny how they can agree on that matter... heh.

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#27 Aug 22, 2012
Whatever brought us to this sorry pass, is in the past, as they say.

What I "don't like" now, is either Republican or Democrat, Romney or Obama, and I begin to see that the numbers of people who share that frustrating non-choice this November are growing... and finding out about third party candidate Gary Johnson.

Here's 5 reasons why many of us will be voting for Gery Johnson. Do yourself a favor and at least have a look:

http://www.upholdliberty.org/2012/08/08/5-rea...

"You might not know it by watching the talking heads on the news, but there are actually more candidates on the presidential ballot this year than just Romney and Obama. This year the Libertarian Party will have Gary Johnson on the ballot. Gary Johnson is actually an excellent candidate for their platform. He’s a former (Republican) governor of New Mexico with an excellent track record for cutting unnecessary layers of government. Like the other candidates, there are pros and cons for supporting Johnson. Here are a few reasons you might want to support Johnson in 2012..."

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PC Transplant

Oklahoma City, OK

#28 Aug 22, 2012
Will Dockery wrote:
Here's a quick bit on Gary Johnson.
At last at least an alternative to the less than thrilling Obama/Romney situation.
http://youtu.be/2X3QRSIXgns
"...Two-term Governor, Gary Johnson, says both parties are indistinguishable from one another. Both are keeping America broke. Both are keeping America at war. Both have trampled on the Constitution. And both are stooges to the same big money players that never change behind the scenes. It's time to put our differences and our parties aside and come together as a nation for the good of all. We The People are ready to LIVE FREE." -Gary Johnson 2012
And i he we elected he would have to deal with ademocrat senate and reublican congress? How do you know this guy will try and do what he says?

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#29 Aug 22, 2012
PC Transplant wrote:
<quoted text>And i he we elected he would have to deal with ademocrat senate and reublican congress? How do you know this guy will try and do what he says?
Yes, that's always a danger... believing what a politician promises.

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#30 Aug 23, 2012
Nina wrote:
I would like to see Gary Johnson in a debate with the numb nuts Obama/ Romney .
Here's a great essay on why Romney and Obama should insist on allowing Gary Johnson in on the debates:

http://www.upholdliberty.org/2012/08/20/why-r...

The essay includes this funny bit:

"...Republicans usually say that the Libertarians are a bunch of unwashed, pot-smoking hippies that don’t know what they’re talking about. Even if those words aren’t said, the implication is there. So why not put Johnson on the stage and let him debate? If his stances on the issues are really that extreme, he’ll look like a complete idiot in front of the entire nation. Including Johnson in the debates is a win/win situation for Republicans. They should seize the moment and start calling for Johnson’s inclusion immediately."
Repubs Hurricane Party

Oklahoma City, OK

#31 Aug 23, 2012
Will Dockery wrote:
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Gary Johnson definitely seems to be a strong enough contender to pull quite a few voters... if they can find out about him.
From all that I have read about him,he will most likely draw more republican voters than Democrat voters, and that is a good thing indeed!

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