Most Americans say yes. That’s because most Americans know that the Republican and Democrat elites (fundamentally no difference) who conspire to control our Federal Republic are themselves the underlings of the American military/industrial complex. You know, the Bush and Obama administrations that have foisted on Americans the senseless Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria debacles. Not in one instance has America’s national security been at risk. America’s military lives should not have been put at risk for any of these foreign adventures.
It is time for America to adopt a nationalist as opposed to a globalist foreign policy approach aimed at defending our shores and our Christian/Jewish heritage.
There is no question that Americans badly need to reclaim a voice in how we manage our constitutional-based affairs as originated by Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and Sam Adams.
Getting a third-party voice into the fall presidential debates is a goal for all Americans to get behind. Forget about parties. Think rather about your family’s rights under the Constitution. Neither Republicans nor Democrats are representing you.
As such our goal is simple and targeted. We all must work together to get the Johnson/Weld ticket into the fall presidential debates.
Here, reason.com explains for you, your family, friends, neighbors and business associates exactly what needs to be done to achieve victory in the vital mission of reclaiming our country for our citizens. It is up to all of us to pass the word.
The most straightforward way for a third party presidential candidate to challenge the two-party system is to get into the presidential debates held in the month prior to the general election. But for candidates working outside that system, that’s no easy task.
Since 2000, gaining entrance to those debates has required reaching 15 percent in the polls by an unspecified date that’s generally around Labor Day. That means that an outsider candidacy has just a few months to appear on the same political horse-race polls which the major party candidates have been included on for more than a year.
This is the challenge faced by the Libertarian Party ticket of Gary Johnson and William Weld.
The American voting public has clamored for a viable third party option for years.