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zeus3925
02-12-2012, 08:31 AM
Ex-Gov. Gary Johnson declares his candidacy for POTUS on the Libertarian ticket.

http://nbcpolitics.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/02/11/10385359-former-new-mexico-gov-gary-johnson-ex-republican-wins-libertarian-straw-poll-in-florida

huntinman
02-12-2012, 11:36 AM
Ex-Gov. Gary Johnson declares his candidacy for POTUS on the Libertarian ticket.

http://nbcpolitics.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/02/11/10385359-former-new-mexico-gov-gary-johnson-ex-republican-wins-libertarian-straw-poll-in-florida

Trying to steal votes from the "pot smoking wing" of the Ron Paul crowd??

Uncle Bill
02-12-2012, 12:06 PM
He'll get Hugh's vote no doubt, and many others that refuse to hold their nose for the MSM and east coast elites selection for the R candidate.

I can hardly wait to watch Romney stammering and stuttering through the questions about how his healthcare differs from Obama's.

Reckon the folks that picked Obama to get 4 more years are gonna get their wish. It won't be because of popularity, it will be because so many are fed up with what the Republican RINOs keep putting up, and expecting the conservatives to go along.

The last straw for me was the C-pac endorsement of Romney. Amazing how that crowd has become taken over by the "establishment". All I can hope for now is that the Tea Partiers have enough clout to help Demint get a majority in the Senate, so Obama can be turned into a POTUS with no clout. Mebbe we can salvage this country with grid-lock.

I just feel sorry for all the incredible debt that will continue to mount for the future generations, not to mention how few jobs will continue to not be developed as long as Obamacare is implemented.

And should Romney, by some quirk get voted in, as Newt has said, he won't be making many big changes...the liberals/socialists don't want that, regardless of what their party orientation is...he'll just be watching over the decay of the nation the elitists seem to be in favor of. What a pity.

UB

JDogger
02-12-2012, 10:08 PM
He'll get Hugh's vote no doubt, and many others that refuse to hold their nose for the MSM and east coast elites selection for the R candidate.

I can hardly wait to watch Romney stammering and stuttering through the questions about how his healthcare differs from Obama's.

Reckon the folks that picked Obama to get 4 more years are gonna get their wish. It won't be because of popularity, it will be because so many are fed up with what the Republican RINOs keep putting up, and expecting the conservatives to go along.

The last straw for me was the C-pac endorsement of Romney. Amazing how that crowd has become taken over by the "establishment". All I can hope for now is that the Tea Partiers have enough clout to help Demint get a majority in the Senate, so Obama can be turned into a POTUS with no clout. Mebbe we can salvage this country with grid-lock.

I just feel sorry for all the incredible debt that will continue to mount for the future generations, not to mention how few jobs will continue to not be developed as long as Obamacare is implemented.

And should Romney, by some quirk get voted in, as Newt has said, he won't be making many big changes...the liberals/socialists don't want that, regardless of what their party orientation is...he'll just be watching over the decay of the nation the elitists seem to be in favor of. What a pity.

UB

Bill, I promised I was not going to engage you, but since you called me out directly in your first sentence, I'll reply.
GJ would have been my first choice for an R candidate. I would have supported him. As a libertarian he stands a snowball's chance...
Will I vote for him? I don't yet know. I've not yet made a choice.
I wish things were as simple as you seem to believe they are...JD

PS some things in training today my dog did good, some not so much. Thanks be, I don't have to evaluate on every training session outcome....

road kill
02-13-2012, 05:16 AM
To me Johnson is Gerry Brown Lite.:p


RK