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Gary Johnson on Penn Jillette's Sunday school show

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posted on May, 26 2016 @ 08:22 PM
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Watch Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party is interviewed by Penn Jillette on his Sunday School show.



Hopefully he (or whoever gets nominated by the party) can get to debate the Republicans and Democrats on national TV. Inject real ideas of minimal government maximum freedom into the public psyche. Debate real issues not who has big hands or not. Gary is not being investigated by the FBI for having classified emails on a private server. No colorados voterless elections. No strange Texas vote shenanigans.
None of the strange things done to Bernie Sanders(was screwed royaly).

Austin Petersen is like a clone of Ron Paul.Is Austin a clone of Rand's dad? He's 110% US constitution,limited role of government, and bill of rights. Rand needs to leave that sinking ship party and come to the Libertarian platform where he belongs.Your a classical liberal Senator Rand Paul the RINO's will never accept you.

Hopefully we can get candidates like Gary,John McAfee and Austin Petersen on national TV vaccinating the minds of the US public with libertarian ideas and ideas of minimal government.

At least the Libertarian Party doesn't have super-delegates fixing the election for a candidate. The libertarians don't suspend elections if they don't go their way. Go Gary! Go John! Go Austin!


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posted on May, 26 2016 @ 09:22 PM
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The mainstream news has mentioned Gary Johnson once or twice lately. That's unusual, most people don't even know there is such a thing.



posted on May, 27 2016 @ 03:23 AM
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Yea who's gonna vote for republican left overs.



posted on May, 27 2016 @ 04:39 AM
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originally posted by: Looselungjones2
Yea who's gonna vote for republican left overs.


What does this even mean?

Where's the headscratch or get a clue emoticon?



posted on May, 27 2016 @ 02:00 PM
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Libertarian is a grab bag catch all...but now that states are legalizing cannabis, they are losing quite a bit of their steam. But they are replacing it with leave business alone types...they can't make a dent in the system. Unless funded by Koch types...and hen the party will simply be whatever the Koches want. Yay money! Yay capitalism!



posted on May, 28 2016 @ 12:07 AM
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originally posted by: the owlbear
Libertarian is a grab bag catch allno...but now that states are legalizing cannabiswe are for far more than just legalizing cannibis, they are losing quite a bit of their steamNot really. But they are replacing it with leave business alone typesMore like "tell the government to leave us alone and stay out of our lives" types....they can't make a dent in the system.we already have. Unless funded by Koch typesThe neo-liberals are funded by Soros and Goldman...and hen the party will simply be whatever the KochesWhy was Clinton having speeches with Goldman Sachs? want. Yay money! Yay capitalism!having money is evil now? lol


Let me guess. You want big government to control/manage other people's lives like the republicans?

Libertarians are far more liberal then democrats.(NAP,ownership of your body,pro-inherent human rights,for the full empowerment of the individual,legalize,tax and regulate drugs,legalize,tax and regulate prostitution,legalize,tax and regulate gambling everywhere,get government out of sexuality and marriage,pro-legal immigration, pro-multiculturalism,pro-LGBT, war as a means of self-defense only etc).

Libertarians are far more fiscally conservative than the Republicans.(removal of or scaling back dramatically all taxes,removal of the IRS,scaling back federal power and scaling up state power,removal of whole departments of the government,end runaway government MIC spending,no government bailouts,no government subsidies,no tax credits as there is no IRS,no too big to fail/jail)


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posted on May, 28 2016 @ 12:58 AM
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a reply to: atomish

Oh guess you dont know who the man is.



posted on May, 28 2016 @ 06:02 AM
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originally posted by: Looselungjones2
a reply to: atomish

Oh guess you dont know who the man is.


You mean the man who has identified as Libertarian since the party's founding in 1971?

The one who used the Republicans as a platform to win two terms as Governor in a 2/3 Democrat state?

Republican leftovers? Yeah, ok. You should read up some more probably or post the reasons backing up your silly comment.


edit on 5/28/2016 by atomish because: Plural lol



posted on May, 28 2016 @ 07:42 AM
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McAfee?

Wasn't he accused of murder?

The libertarians are wasting their time and other people's money running for potus, under their own banner.

Not much call for them anyway.



posted on May, 28 2016 @ 12:36 PM
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originally posted by: burgerbuddy
McAfee?
He's not the only candidate running
Wasn't he accused of murder?
What about hillary's email scandal?
The libertarians are wasting their time and other people's money running for potus, under their own banner.
People are wasting their time and money on the democrats and republicans taking turns running the up the national debt
Not much call for them anyway.






posted on May, 28 2016 @ 01:26 PM
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originally posted by: John_Rodger_Cornman

originally posted by: burgerbuddy
McAfee?
He's not the only candidate running
Wasn't he accused of murder?
What about hillary's email scandal?
The libertarians are wasting their time and other people's money running for potus, under their own banner.
People are wasting their time and money on the democrats and republicans taking turns running the up the national debt
Not much call for them anyway.





This is why Johnson never tells people to vote for him. He tells them to take the (highly detailed) quiz at iSideWith and see which candidates your beliefs align with most and take it from there, do the research.

His bet is that most people, who he feels are libertarian (little L) at heart, will take the quiz and see they align with Johnson, usually in the 80%+ percentile from what I've seen! And then they can research and actually make an informed decision between all THREE candidates that will be on every state ballot.

I'm willing to bet he is right and while I am not delusional enough to think that one man can change things, or that Johnson will necessarily be the most amazing president. But I think electing someone like him would remind the electorate of the power they still have, while they still have it.

I'm willing to bet there is quite a few calling for that.



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