Tag Archive: Gary Johnson

Daily Video 6.10.15

John Stossel – Presidential Endorsement




Published on Jun 9, 2015

” Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson and Matt Welch (Reason.com) discuss presidential politics, then Stossel gives his 2016 presidential endorsement. http://www.LibertyPen.com “











Daily Video 10.7.14

Gary Johnson, Pt. 2: Militarization Of The Government Damages Our Freedom




Published on Oct 2, 2014

” The BLM’s taking our lands, the NSA’s spying on us, and there’s an all-out militarization of our cops. Check out Part 2 with Libertarian Pres. Candidate Gary Johnson. “












Daily Video 10.3.14

Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson: How The Libertarian Party Can Be Viable





Published on Sep 30, 2014

” 2012 Libertarian Presidential Candidate, Gary Johnson, joins Stephen Kruiser to discuss the future of the Libertarian Party in 2014 and 2016…and beyond.”















Daily Video 11/14

… On Presidential Debates



 ” As the presidential election approaches, the emails in my in-box can be divided into three basically equal categories:

1) “I canot beleeve you have fallin for Obologna’s trix.”

2) “How cum U cant see thru Mitwit Romney’s dum republikkan dumness. “

3) “Have you heard how Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Partycandidate for president, is getting rolled?”

The first two categories I answer quickly and politely, because they are mostly from family. The Gary Johnson stuff I’ve just been chewing on, though, and getting disgusted.

We are a two-party system — not by law, but because the Democrats and the Republicans have seized the mechanisms of government. They use their control to maintain power, and other parties can’t compete. This causes a bunch of self-perpetuating, corrosive behaviors, like government-funded primaries for these major parties, which are really nothing but private organizations. Withholding the money for a Republican primary out of a libertarian’s paycheck makes as much sense as taxing Jews to pay for KKK dance parties (now that’s an idea for a reality show).”

Why are there only two presidential candidates in the debates?

“There are two other candidates running for president who run in enough states that they could theoretically be elected president. Neither of these two candidates can take part in the presidential debates. Why?

Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, the presidential nominee of the Libertarian party is on the ballot in a total of 48 states. Dr Jill Stein, the nominee of the Green party, is running in 39 states. Since both could win one would think that they should be able to debate the issues with Romney and Obama.


But these debates are not run according to rules set out by the government. The rules are set by a non-profit organization called the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD). This group was created by the Democratic and Republican parties in 1987 as a bipartisan effort. An effort it would seem, to help keep presidential candidates other than those for the two main parties out of debates.”

Gary Johnson For President

The Unauthorized Gary Johnson Twitter Army


“This is the big one. During the presidential debates, join The Unauthorized Gary Johnson Twitter Army as they trend Gary Johnson for President. Details here: http://www.facebook.com/events/186264491509492/

Support Inclusiveness and Choice

“If you haven’t already signed the petition to get Gary Johnson into the debates, here it is: http://LibertarianPetition.com/

The Libertarian maverick says he’s fiscally responsible and socially accepting – and his energetic third-party campaign could spell trouble for Mitt Romney

Libertarian party candidate Gary Johnson

  “Amid all the flip-flopping and dissembling of the 2012 election, it comes as a bit of a shock to hear one of the presidential candidates say that his interest in politics stemmed from the first time he smoked dope. But then there is much about Gary Johnson, the Libertarian party’s nominee for the White House, that is strikingly out of the mould.

“I think marijuana played a role in my libertarianism, because when in 1970 I smoked it for the first time I realized that everything the government said about it was a lie,” he said. “You know, you smoke marijuana, you’re going to go crazy, you’ll want to commit crime, you are going to go to the depths and never return … None of that was true.” “

There is a choice 

  “With the additions of Alabama, Connecticut, Kentucky, and Rhode Island, the Gary Johnson and Jim Gray ticket is now on more ballots than the 2008 Libertarian ticket of Bob Barr and Wayne Allyn Root. Johnson is certified in 47 states plus the District of Columbia while the Barr campaign only managed 45 states, minus D.C. The campaign is fighting legal battles in OklahomaMichigan, andPennsylvania in hopes of obtaining its goal of nationwide ballot access.”

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  “The Libertarian Party is committed to the same freedom which earned America its greatness: a free-market economy and the abundance and prosperity it brings; a dedication to civil liberties and personal freedom; and a foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade …”

You can find the schedule of events here .

7 politicians who praised Ayn Rand

As much as I admire Paul Ryan , his quote deeply disappoints me , 

6. Gary Johnson, the former New Mexico governor and current Libertarian candidate for president, gave his fiancée a copy of “Atlas Shrugged” when they started dating, and told her, “If you want to understand me, read this.”

I told my girlfriend the same thing .