Monday, November 3, 2008

Nader, Barr, Baldwin POTUS debate in Cleveland

Since no one in the MSM seemed to care about the USA and it's future......

The Plain Dealer -
Third Party Presidential Candidates Debate in Cleveland
90.3 WCPN ideastream®, Ohio - Oct 30, 2008
Longshot third party presidential hopefuls Bob Barr, Ralph Nader and Chuck Baldwin talked about the economy in a debate in Cleveland Thursday. ...
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Third-party presidential candidates face off at City Club WKYC-TV
Los Angeles Times - Third Party Watch (press release)
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Third party candidates overshadowed in election
KVBC, NV - Oct 31, 2008
Despite being overshadowed by Obama and McCain, the third party movement isn't giving up. In fact, they've scheduled another debate of their own, ...
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Democracy Now, NY - 1 hour ago
That is one major reason that the debates should be open, and that major third-party or independent candidates should be included. ...
Third-party candidates get their debates
Boston Globe, United States - Oct 29, 2008
Then, Sunday in Las Vegas, three vice presidential nominees are to debate: Libertarian Wayne Allyn Root, the Constitution Party's Darrell Castle, ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanx Nev. I'm going with Nader. My Peace Action Comitee made a list that compares the Candidates.

Chuck seems too Conservative for me, especially when forcing government positions, Nader said that doesn't work just like prohibition.

Barr I don't trust him, ex-CIA former CNN correspondent, he seems like a conservative Obama.

I don't agree with Nader on Global Warming, I used to believe that 2 years ago, but a year ago I saw what HAARP does.

Nev, take care my friend. I have got more signs from my undercover iLLuminati friends. I may post evidence what they're saying, a BIG EVENT before this year is out.