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Beyond the Gaffes; Gary Johnson Is Still Gaining Momentum and Popularity Across This Country

Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for President, has made some mistakes over the past few weeks in the world of foreign policy. The media elites still won’t back down from these two minor mistakes, but their game of boxing somebody they perceive as inexperienced into a corner doesn’t seem to be working. 150 more words

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Don't Vote Libertarian

Gary Johnson is a nice enough guy, but please do not vote for him.   The Libertarian party operates on a central theme that the government has gotten too big,  but their solutions in most cases, are completely unrealistic.   250 more words

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Social welfare's lack of equity

Government’s role in a democratic, market based nation-state is to secure political wealth for the political class while creating an ecosystem within which private capital receives a positive return. 202 more words

Economy

Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson To Campaign In Colorado

DENVER (CBS4)– The Libertarian candidate for president, Gary Johnson, will campaign in the Denver metro area next week.

Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, will hold a rally on Oct. 23 more words

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Libertarian: It's About an Ideology

An interesting thing is happening outside the two major political parties in the United States. For the first time since Ross Perot, third parties are getting some decent press. 1,686 more words

Just Musing

Libertarian Party Has the Right Ideas at the Right Time – Qualified Messenger and Maturity Needed

 

God bless Gary Johnson. He is a good man and his ideas are certainly more qualified, sane and in keeping with the values of this country than either of the two major parties nominees. 734 more words

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Gov. Gary Johnson Names Vicente Fox As World Leader He Admires

Participating in a “Libertarian Town Hall” last night on MSNBC’s “Hardball” hosted by Chris Matthews, Gov. Gary Johnson and Gov. Bill Weld fielded questions about their platform, their candidacies, and the libertarian philosophy itself.   225 more words

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