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Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate

 
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10/26/2012 07:16 PM
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Re: Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate
I watched the 3rd party debates and voted for jill stein and gary. Glad to see the other canidates getting heard.
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10/26/2012 07:20 PM

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Re: Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate
I like them BOTH and think they should run together if it was possible.

Either way...I PROMISE that one of them will be getting my vote next month.
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There are some differences between the 2. Johnson is for a Fair Tax. I am not sure about this and how it will impact the poor. Does anyone have an educated opinion about this?

Jill Stein, being a Green Party canidate, is for stopping Global Warming. Does anyone know if she supports Cap and Trade, or carbon credits?
 Quoting: Squatting Cat


Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier, but if you're still around I've got some links for you.

For more info on the fairtax:

[link to www.fairtax.org]

And for info on Stein's environmental views:

[link to electful.com]

Yes, she does support cap and trade.
*Evan*

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10/26/2012 07:23 PM
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Re: Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate
I like them BOTH and think they should run together if it was possible.

Either way...I PROMISE that one of them will be getting my vote next month.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24960373


There are some differences between the 2. Johnson is for a Fair Tax. I am not sure about this and how it will impact the poor. Does anyone have an educated opinion about this?

Jill Stein, being a Green Party canidate, is for stopping Global Warming. Does anyone know if she supports Cap and Trade, or carbon credits?
 Quoting: Squatting Cat


Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier, but if you're still around I've got some links for you.

For more info on the fairtax:

[link to www.fairtax.org]

And for info on Stein's environmental views:

[link to electful.com]

Yes, she does support cap and trade.
 Quoting: Wylfdane


Yea, I liked some of here ideas and views....but she was very far left.

I really support a fair tax...or consumption tax. In the case of a fair or consumption tax, the rich still account for the majority of revenue gained by the government.
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10/26/2012 07:52 PM
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Re: Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate
problem with these is that they are, at their base, part of the entitlement crowd.
Had they ANY following not based as an Oblather psyop, you'd have noticed by now.

Both want to rule over a party with no agenda than 'less' for the liberaltarians, and 'more' for the greens.
Less or More, are not functional agendas, and that's why they dont have a following other than stoners living at home or in a shelter
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Well... I assure you, I'm not a stoner. I'm just sick of a broken two party system, and since I have the freedom to vote for WHOEVER I want, I will exercise that right.
 Quoting: Wylfdane


Me too. I'm also not on welfare or getting a free phone!
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10/26/2012 08:02 PM

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Re: Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate
I watched the 3rd party debates and voted for jill stein and gary. Glad to see the other canidates getting heard.
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Me too. I'm also not on welfare or getting a free phone!
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cheers
Wylfdane (OP)

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10/26/2012 08:04 PM

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Re: Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate
I like them BOTH and think they should run together if it was possible.

Either way...I PROMISE that one of them will be getting my vote next month.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24960373


There are some differences between the 2. Johnson is for a Fair Tax. I am not sure about this and how it will impact the poor. Does anyone have an educated opinion about this?

Jill Stein, being a Green Party canidate, is for stopping Global Warming. Does anyone know if she supports Cap and Trade, or carbon credits?
 Quoting: Squatting Cat


Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier, but if you're still around I've got some links for you.

For more info on the fairtax:

[link to www.fairtax.org]

And for info on Stein's environmental views:

[link to electful.com]

Yes, she does support cap and trade.
 Quoting: Wylfdane


Yea, I liked some of here ideas and views....but she was very far left.

I really support a fair tax...or consumption tax. In the case of a fair or consumption tax, the rich still account for the majority of revenue gained by the government.
 Quoting: *Evan*


I'm way too conservative for Stein. My hat's off to her though, for getting in there and trying to make a difference.
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Re: Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have been chosen for the next third party debate
The 2nd Third Party Debate - may not happen...


Gary Johnson Polls: Johnson is at Six Percent, While Jill Stein is In Jail

PolicyMic-3 hours ago
The third party debate between Jill Stein and Gary Johnson has been moved from October 30 to November 5, which gave Green Party nominee ...

All third party candidates are not equal. Johnson is polling at 6% nationally, while Stein does not even come close even if you count her as the amorphous “someone else” that appears on poll questionnaires. Johnson is running as a third party using ideas and conviction, There is no reason for Stein not to do likewise. There is also no reason the Green Party should be "less legitimate" than the Libertarian Party. The Former Green Party nominee Ralph Nader obtained 2.7% of thevote in the 2000 election, majorly impacting the overall election. Stein getting arrested twice in a campaign season is unacceptable for someone seeking votes to become leader of the free world. It is a short cut to a means (publicity) that hurts an end (becoming president).

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