Barr/Root for President

@gewcew23 (8011)
United States
May 31, 2008 2:41pm CST
The U.S.A Libertarian party has it's ticket Bob Barr and Wayne Allen Root. Let us look at who these men are. Bob Barr spent most of his childhood oversee due to his parent's service in the millatry. He live in both Lima, Peru, and Tehran, Iran. Attend both the University of Southern California, and George Washington University. From 1970 to 1978 we worked for the CIA. In 1986, Barr was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to serve as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia a post Barr held until 1990. Barr represented Georgia's 7th district from January 3, 1995 to January 7, 2003. Barr sat on the Board of Directors of the National Rifle Association from 2001 to 2007. In Spring 2008, Barr became an adjunct professor at Kennesaw State University and teach a course on privacy rights titled "Privacy and Public Policy in 21st Century Business and Society". Wayne Allen Root is a TV celebrity, producer, author, and CEO. Root is Founder and Chairman of Winning Edge International Inc. Since 2000, he has hosted Wayne Allyn Root's Winning Edge. Root is also the author of several books, including The Zen of Gambling , The Joy of Failure!, The King of Vegas' Guide to Gambling, and Millionaire Republican.
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• United States
30 Jun 08
We all have strenghts. We all have weaknesses and things we could improve upon. I do. Don't you? Barr being overseas wiht patriotic aitary parents most of his life means he was wiht the family probably more than most kids and had discipline and love for country drilled into him. I am sure his parents kept up to date on politics here, read the Satrs and Stripes USA military newspapers and tlked politics around Bob Barr and his siblings? Bush also failed in the oil business. He's president. And Clinton failed at being a good husband, but he was a good president, I feel. I am sure we have alll had personal failures. Hopefully we have learned from them? Our president, whoever is elected..will still be a human being first. We should support whoever is [laced in office. Those who run for that office have the best of intentions to try to do what is best for us. Thye have different beliefs in how to go about it, but they are at least trying. Right now we would have better choices if all parties and candidates could be given equal TV air-time, so we could look at the third party candidates and not only the democratic or republican ones. If there is nothign to be nervous about..why not allow it? (Npo candidate will be perfect. But better to know ALL of what is offered to us, I feel.) I was happy to see a posting about another party other than the two usually spoken about! I would LOVE to see more about even the OTHER thrid parties! The Green Party is also interesting!! Thanks for the post!!!
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• United States
31 May 08
Hmmm... I'll have to wait and see who McCain's running mate is before deciding to go Libertarian. Overall, the Libertarians are more on the side of the constitution except for the Constitutional party, than the Republicans, but if a vote for the Libertarians could give the election to Obama, I'll have to vote McCain.
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