Gary Johnson for President 2012
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“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#74 Dec 21, 2012
Frisbee wrote:
<quoted text>That's why he didn't get my vote. Could he really be THAT stupid? Indistinguishable?
Health Care.
Gay Marriage.
Women's rights.
Abortion.
Tax breaks for the Rich.
He can't distinguish between their positions on these and every other issue? Really?
BOTH are keeping us at war?
The guy is beyond clueless if he actually thinks this.
Well, Frisbie (if you are still here), what's your take on the stories going around that Obama is planning to do what seemed the worst of Romney's evils, cutting Social Security?!?

Is that another lie, or truth?
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#75 Dec 23, 2012
Let the sick republicans vent. Their hero romney went down in a blaze with no glory. It's we independent that have to make the final decision over the election and the least worst of the 2 party picks. We now make up 30% of the voting population.

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Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#76 Dec 24, 2012
Columbus Native wrote:
Let the sick republicans vent. Their hero romney went down in a blaze with no glory. It's we independent that have to make the final decision over the election and the least worst of the 2 party picks. We now make up 30% of the voting population.
Indeed, the way it goes, in their own logic:

Romney lost, Obama won.

Get over it.
Frisbee

Seattle, WA

#77 Jan 3, 2013
Will Dockery wrote:
what's your take on the stories going around that Obama is planning to do what seemed the worst of Romney's evils, cutting Social Security?!?
Is that another lie, or truth?
Go ahead and let us know when it happens. That'll be your answer.
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#78 Jan 3, 2013
The only thing about a Democrat president in charge when this Good ship America sinks is that we may all be given some soup and water to survive on untill things level out. With a Bush type in charge you will starve unless you are a very wealthy republican. Had Bush been president during the last Great Depression half this country would be allowed to die.

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Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#79 Jan 4, 2013
Frisbee wrote:
<quoted text>Go ahead and let us know when it happens. That'll be your answer.
No, as long as it doesn't happen, I'm good with it.

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Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#80 May 17, 2015
Here's a quick bit on Gary Johnson posted during the 2012 elections.

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

"...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 2016

And, wonder of wonders... still the best choice.

“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#82 May 17, 2015
Columbus Native wrote:
Let the sick republicans vent. Their hero romney went down in a blaze with no glory. It's we independent that have to make the final decision over the election and the least worst of the 2 party picks. We now make up 30% of the voting population.
And three years later...

The Republicans are STILL whining about losing.

:D

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Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#83 May 18, 2015
Political positions of Gary Johnson

Abortion
Gary Johnson supports "a woman's right to choose up until the point of viability"and wants to keep abortion legal. He has been very vocal in his beliefs. He supports legislation banning late-term abortions and mandating parental notification for minors seeking an abortion. Johnson believes Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided and should be overturned because it "expanded the reach of the Federal government into areas of society never envisioned in the Constitution." He believes that laws regarding abortion should "be decided by the individual states."

Gary Johnson was Governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003. In December 2011 he announced he would pursue the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party for the 2012 general election. The Libertarian National Convention in May, 2012 chose Johnson as the party's candidate. In November 2014, Johnson announced he would pursue the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party for the 2016 general election.

Johnson has stated, "I am not a social conservative in any way, shape, or form." He says he respects and understands socially conservative beliefs, but he has a difference of opinion. He says fiscal issues are his primary concern.

And so it goes.

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Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#84 May 19, 2015
Gary Johnson was Governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003. In December 2011 he announced he would pursue the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party for the 2012 general election. The Libertarian National Convention in May, 2012 chose Johnson as the party's candidate. In November 2014, Johnson announced he would pursue the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party for the 2016 general election.

Johnson has stated, "I am not a social conservative in any way, shape, or form." He says he respects and understands socially conservative beliefs, but he has a difference of opinion. He says fiscal issues are his primary concern.

I voted for Gary Johnson at that time, a much better choice in my opinion than either the befuddled Obama or the sleazy Romney.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Libertarian Party is an American national libertarian political party that promotes civil liberties, free markets, and laissez-faire.

2012 presidential nominee Gary Johnson states that the party is more socially liberal than the Democrats, but more fiscally conservative than the Republicans. The party has generally promoted a classical liberal platform, in contrast to the social liberal and progressive platform of the Democrats and the more conservative platform of the Republicans. Current policy positions include lowering taxes, allowing people to opt out of Social Security, abolishing welfare, ending the prohibition of illegal drugs, legalizing same-sex marriage, and supporting gun ownership rights.

Gary Johnson is expected to be nominated next week to run for President again in 2016... reject the corruption of Republicans and Democrats... vote Third Party.

And so it goes.

:D

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