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  1. 08 Oct '11 19:07
    Is there a conspiracy to exclude Gary Johnson from the debates?

    http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/the-gary-johnson-rule-for-deatthe-gary-johnson-rule-for-debates-is-alive-and-well-es-is-alive-and-well

    It looks like he is for an audit of the FRS just like Ron Paul, a popular issue with the American people. I can't help but wonder how much that might have to do with it. How does Johnson compare to Ron Paul on the issues?

    http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/issues/spending-and-the-deficit
  2. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    08 Oct '11 19:35
    Originally posted by Metal Brain
    Is there a conspiracy to exclude Gary Johnson from the debates?

    http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/the-gary-johnson-rule-for-deatthe-gary-johnson-rule-for-debates-is-alive-and-well-es-is-alive-and-well

    It looks like he is for an audit of the FRS just like Ron Paul, a popular issue with the American people. I can't help but wonder how much that might ha ...[text shortened]... e to Ron Paul on the issues?

    http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/issues/spending-and-the-deficit
    What about Fred Karger? He's a declared Republican candidate with about as much of a chance to get the GOP nod as Johnson. Plus his campaign is historic; he's the first openly gay candidate to run for President (counting only the big money parties naturally).
  3. 08 Oct '11 20:42
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    What about Fred Karger? He's a declared Republican candidate with about as much of a chance to get the GOP nod as Johnson. Plus his campaign is historic; he's the first openly gay candidate to run for President (counting only the big money parties naturally).
    I've never heard of him. Does he support an audit of the FRS?
  4. 25 Oct '11 18:10
    I think he should be allowed in the debates.