Thursday, October 6, 2016
IF THERE WAS EVER A TIME TO CAST YOUR VOTE FOR A THIRD PARTY...
THAT TIME IS NOW!
The media is trying to convince us that a vote for Johnson/Weld is a wasted vote.
That's not the truth.
That's why just yesterday, Nate Silver and other notable data analysts warned the two parties: Don't rule out Johnson.
Johnson is at 25% in New Mexico and tied with Clinton in Utah. He is surging in states like New Hampshire, Colorado, and Alaska.
Governor Gary Johnson’s economic policies worked for New Mexico, driving down unemployment and allowing the economy to grow. At the same time, they also drastically improved New Mexico’s schools and infrastructure.
In 1992, Governor Bill Weld was rated the most fiscally conservative governor in the United States by the Wall Street Journal. More importantly, the unemployment rate in Massachusetts plummeted from the highest among the 11 industrialized states to the lowest by the end of his first term!
Can you name anything that Hillary Clinton has succeeded at?
The Chicago Tribune
A principled option for U.S. president: Endorsing Gary Johnson, Libertarian
We reject the cliche that a citizen who chooses a principled third-party candidate is squandering his or her vote. Look at the number of fed-up Americans telling pollsters they clamor for alternatives to Trump and Clinton. What we're recommending will appeal less to people who think tactically than to conscientious Americans so infuriated that they want to send a message about the failings of the major parties and their candidates. Put short:
We offer this endorsement to encourage voters who want to feel comfortable with their choice. Who want to vote for someone they can admire.
The Detroit News
Gary Johnson for President
Johnson is joined on the ticket by William Weld, the former Republican governor of Massachusetts, who likewise posted a record of good government and fiscal discipline. Johnson says he and Weld will govern as a team. That is encouraging. These are two honest, principled politicians who would put the interests of the nation first...
We anticipate our decision not to support either of the major party candidates will bring charges that we are throwing away our endorsement. Our contention is that an endorsement based on conscience is never wasted.
New Hampshire Union Leader
Johnson-Weld 2016: A better choice
This is the best chance for a third party ticket in more than a century. Johnson and Weld are on the ballot in all 50 states, and should have significant appeal to disaffected conservatives and liberals looking for a better option. They must be included in this fall’s presidential debate...
Don’t waste your vote on candidates who don’t deserve it. Gary Johnson and Bill Weld are the only choice for President and Vice President.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch
Richmond Times-Dispatch endorses Gary Johnson for president
He is, in every respect, a legitimate and reasonable contender for the presidency — but only if the voters give him a fair hearing.
And that can happen only if he is allowed to participate in the presidential debates that begin on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.
Decision 2016: Gary Johnson for president
It would be wonderful for our democracy to have Johnson and Weld, two thoughtful statesmen, on the debate schedule, starting Sept. 26, to balance the mudslinging sure to emanate from the two major-party candidates.
The inclusion of the Libertarians could set the stage for one of the most exciting races in our history, instead of one of our most depressing.
This Libertarian ticket has the potential to transform this race from one about insults and scandals to one about issues and honor.
We endorse Gary Johnson for president
We think third-party candidate Gary Johnson is a viable option and worthy of your attention.
We like the Libertarian candidate across the board.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
I saw a news story over the weekend that college students were DISGUSTED by their presidential choices.
Why isn't everybody disgusted?
Why aren't people demanding that Gary Johnson (the Libertarian candidate) be included in the debate process?
Why do Americans let the news media decide their elections?