Did Gary Johnson said all of these?
“I’m going to be the only candidate that does not want to bomb Iran, that wants to get out of Afghanistan now, stop our military interventions, repeal the Patriot Act [and] the National Defense Authorization Act.
I’m going to be the only candidate that wants to end the drug war and legalize marijuana now.
I’m going to be the only candidate talking about marriage equality, balancing the federal budget now, or addressing entitlements.
I’m going to be the only candidate that wants to abolish the IRS, eliminate the income tax, and abolish the Federal Reserve.”
American cockfighters, who will you vote in November 2012 US Elections?
If Gary Johnson really did say all of the above and Gary Johnson really fights for liberty for all, we urge all american cockfighers to vote for Gary Johnson this coming November 2012 US Elections.
Hopefully, Gary Johnson will indeed fight for liberty for all – including cockfighters and other people in the cockfighting industry:
- feed supply chain (farmers, manufacturers, stores, etc.)
- veterinary supply chain (pharmaceutical companies, doctors, pharmacies, etc.)
- equipment supply chain (incubator manufacturers, building material warehouses, special equipment manufacturers, etc.)
- cockpit employees and vendors
- gamecock farm employees
- businessmen and middlemen
- media employees (magazine, books, television, graphics, etc.)
- software (derby software, breeding software, website, IPTV, etc.)
Cockfighting is both a sports industry and an animal farming industry. Cockfighters are sportsmen and farmers at the same time.
– Gameness til the End
Gary Johnson Nomination Speech at the Libertarian National Convention 2012
Published on May 12, 2012
Gary Earl Johnson (born January 1, 1953) is an American businessman, a former Governor of New Mexico, and the Libertarian Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. Johnson served as the 29th Governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003, as a member of the Republican Party, and is known for his low-tax libertarian views and his strong emphasis on personal health and fitness.
While a student at the University of New Mexico in 1974, Johnson sustained himself financially by working as a door-to-door handyman. In 1976 he founded Big J Enterprises, which grew from this one-person venture to become one of New Mexico’s largest construction companies. He entered politics for the first time by running for Governor of New Mexico in 1994 on a fiscally conservative, low-tax, anti-crime platform. Johnson won the Republican Party of New Mexico’s gubernatorial nomination, and defeated incumbent Democratic governor Bruce King by 50% to 40%. He cut the 10% annual growth in the budget: in part, due to his use of the gubernatorial veto 200 times during his first six months in office, which gained him the nickname “Governor Veto”.
Johnson sought re-election in 1998, winning by 55% to 45%. In his second term, he concentrated on the issue of school voucher reforms, as well as campaigning for marijuana decriminalization and opposition to the War on Drugs. During his tenure as governor, Johnson adhered to a stringent anti-tax and anti-bureaucracy policy driven by a cost–benefit analysis rationale, setting state and national records for his use of veto powers: more than the other 49 contemporary governors put together. Term-limited, Johnson could not run for re-election at the end of his second term. As a fitness enthusiast, Johnson has taken part in several Ironman Triathlons, and he climbed Mount Everest in May 2003.
After leaving office, Johnson founded the non-profit Our America Initiative in 2009, a political advocacy committee seeking to promote policies such as free enterprise, foreign non-interventionism, limited government and privatization.
Johnson announced his candidacy for President on April 21, 2011, as a Republican, on a libertarian platform emphasizing the United States public debt and a balanced budget through a 43 percent reduction of all federal government spending, protection of civil liberties, an immediate end to the War in Afghanistan and his advocacy of the FairTax. On December 28, 2011, after being excluded from the majority of the Republican Party’s presidential debates and failing to gain traction while campaigning for the New Hampshire primary, he withdrew his candidacy for the Republican nomination and announced that he would continue his presidential campaign as a candidate for the nomination of the Libertarian Party. He won the Libertarian Party nomination on May 5, 2012. His vice-presidential nominee running mate is Judge James P. Gray.
Gov Gary Johnson debates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney
Published on Oct 30, 2012 by Mars Daniels
Governor Gary Johnson has been super-imposed into the Third Presidential Debate with Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. What would America be like if we had a third choice for President? Gov. Johnson represents that choice. Protest the two party stranglehold on America and support Gov. Gary Johnson. All we need is 5% of the nationwide popular vote to change the political landscape of this country forever! Make it happen and be part of the 5% that changes America.
The Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in the United States. It is also identified by many as the fastest growing political party in the United States. The political platform of the Libertarian Party reflects the ideas of libertarianism, favoring minimally regulated markets, strong civil liberties, drug liberalization, civil rights (such as in marriage, child custody, adoption, immigration or military service laws), separation of church and state, minimally regulated migration across US state borders, non-interventionism and diplomacy in foreign policy, i.e., avoiding foreign military or economic entanglements with other nations with respect for freedom of trade and travel to all foreign countries, and a more responsive and direct democracy. Members of the Libertarian Party have also supported the repeal of NAFTA, CAFTA, and similar trade agreements, as well as the United States’ exit from the United Nations, WTO, and NATO. Although there is not an officially labeled political position of the party, it is considered by many to be more right-wing than the Democratic Party but more left-wing than the Republican Party when comparing the parties’ positions to each other.
In the 30 states where voters can register by party, there are over 282,000 voters registered as Libertarians. Hundreds of Libertarian candidates have been elected or appointed to public office, and thousands have run for office under the Libertarian banner. The Libertarian Party has many firsts in its credit, such as being the first party to get an electoral vote for a woman in a United States presidential election.
On May 5, 2012, Gary Johnson received the Libertarian Party’s official nomination for President of the United States in the 2012 election.
Gary Johnson’s Highlights 2012 GOP Debate
Published on Apr 2, 2012
Gary Johnson 2nd GOP 2012 Debate
Published on Oct 5, 2012
Fox Google Debate Answers
Final US Presidential Third Party Debate (Gary Johnson & Jill Stein)
Streamed live on Nov 6, 2012 by RT
Libertarian Party candidate Gov. Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein sound off once more before Election Day, debating live from RT’s Washington, DC studio on November 5.