Oct 21, 2012
Simultaneously, voter disgust at both the Republican and Democratic political parties has never been higher in American history.
There will be three major presidential candidates on the November ballot across the nation, yet Gary Johnson was forced out of presidential debates, denying American voters the right to hear the proposals of one of their three major public ballot choices.
Observers around the world are laughing at the United States of America, calling our 2012 election process a "joke," a "scam" and a "travesty."
Our nation has lost all credibility in the eyes of the world regarding civic engagement, so the United Nations is compelled to supervise our election.
Apparently, both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama were fearful of appearing on the same stage with Gary Johnson, the candidate who many say would have torn the others a new orifice on LIVE television.
The two entrenched political parties, along with their vapid candidate-accomplices, are a national disgrace and a hindrance to openness, transparency and American free choice.
California Judge Jim Gray - The Running Mate
Retired Orange County Judge Jim Gray, 67, is the 2012 Libertarian Party vice-presidential nominee and Gary Johnson's wise pick for a running mate.
A former candidate for the United States Senate in California who ran against Senator Barbara Boxer, Judge Gray has been a member of:
- The California Judicial Council
- The California Judicial Council's Advisory Committee on Juvenile Law
- The Alcohol Advisory Board to the Orange County Board of Supervisors
- The Advisory Board of the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
- The Board of Councilors of the USC Law School
The Southern Californian is a resident of Newport Beach and a Christian believer long-opposed to the tax-wasting "war on drugs."
By all standards, Judge Jim Gray is an impressive vice-presidential nominee, especially attractive to California voters of all political persuasions.
The Republican Party and Democratic Party have both written-off Jim Gray as "insignificant" and excluded the respected California jurist from the only vice-presidential debate of the year.
What a pathetic loss for American voters who still lack substantial information on all the 2012 nominees.
How deceptively dishonest on the part of two used-up political parties living in fear of change.
Romney and Obama continue to put their heads in the sand, plug their deaf ears, and expect us all to join them in pretending Gary Johnson and Jim Gray are magically invisible.
Magical thinking, teleprompters and sexy smiles do not constitute a constitutional approach to actually GOVERNING... if that's what presidents are still supposed to do.
The Commission on Presidential Debates was set up by the two major parties in 1986. The time has come for this front operation to be marginalized as insignificant and irrelevant.
Change cannot come solely from any candidate. The People themselves must force it, and force it hard. There are actually very few manipulators in control of 359 million Americans. Do the math and feel the hope swell.
Larry King was nice enough to moderate the 2012 Third Party Presidential Debate recently, during which Governor Johnson performed quite well.
Gary Johnson and Judge Jim Gray have actually earned the credibility and trust they enjoy and appreciate today. Perhaps Californians should vote for some real leaders with actual BALLS.
Also read "Governor Gary Johnson Exposed."
Gary Johnson for President