Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson During 1st Presidential Debate Joe October 4, 2012 Activism, Exclusive Web Content, Politics, The War On Drugs Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson was obviously not allowed in last night’s debate, so he spent his time while it was going on critiquing the two major party candidates through live debate tweets and a Google hangout (video below). The saddest part of the whole thing is seeing a viable Presidential candidate who will be on the ballot in all 50 states sitting in a hotel room during the first Presidential debate. A two-term Governor of New Mexico who actually has ideas that differ from the corporate puppets, Romney and Obama. And that’s why he wasn’t allowed to debate. There is no room for new or different ideas. And god forbid if he would have brought up marijuana law reform in a debate. That would have sullied the discussion about whose form of government-run healthcare is the best. Romney and Obama could care less about the health of people in this country or whether or not they have a job. Like most politicians, if it isn’t happening to them, they are not worried about it. - Joe Klare - make sure you check out our brand new Forums and our “Stop The Ban in L.A.” Facebook page! - are you registered to vote? If not, get to it! One Response Liza Demmel October 4, 2012 He is treated as a candidate as 420 is treated by pharma, prison, police union and other interest. Step up and vote for a down to earth man that wants government to stay out of peoples lives. Wall Street is funding O&R. they won’t pay for our interests.R what impressed me most was seeing him picking up on issues and translate O&R statements into consequences. TELL and VOTE for Gary Johnson to stop the Washington Gang. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.