The People’s Debate – Main Street Vs The Plutocracy… (“Third Party Presidential Debate Moderated by Larry King”) | Veterans Today
Mainstream media has concentrated on the two Plutocracy presidential candidates, Romney and Obama but Main street America has found its voice in the recent Third party debate and finally real issues that concern all Americans were intelligently discussed and argued. A vote for one of these candidates is a vote against the plutocracy
by Allen L Roland
Third Party Presidential Debate Moderated by Larry King
Four alternative candidates for president of the United States debated Tuesday night in Chicago and agreed America needs a good dose of what they could provide ~ clear, straight talk that has not been market-pasteurized. Jill Stein and Gary Johnson were very effective. Video
It’s still fabrications, showbiz and entertainment for the two prime candidates of the Plutocracy and as an example the drama “SEAL Team Six,” about the raid that ‘ supposedly ‘ killed Osama bin Laden, was edited to give a starring role to the president. It will be shown on television two days before the election. See article ~
And read what Obama and Romney Didn’t Say At their Debate: 9 Things You Should Know About Iran’s Nuclear Program
And as you probably already suspected ~ Obama care is a total scam and most definitely not what Main Street wanted ~ but here are the funny and illuminating details in two hilarious minutes 2 minute Video:
In response to widespread blackout from both the mainstream media and political establishment alike, VT is honored to present a real Presidential debate giving us choice and not that fake stuff the MSM tries to pass off to us as democracy.
Held in Chicago and presented online by RT, a Russian based media organization, VT joins with RT in presenting a platform for the major third-party candidates also vying for the White Housethis election year to debate.
Tonight, the final Presidential debate takes place between Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney. And although those are the two candidates for America’s highest office that you hear about the most, there are actually other people running to be President.
You won’t see them at tonight’s debate (third parties haven’t been invited since Ross Perot in 1992), but you can watch them debate each other, live, on YouTube.
Participants in the minor candidate debate include Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party), Jill Stein (Green Party), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party), and Rocky Anderson (Justice Party). You can watch the debate on the Ora TV YouTube channel starting at 9 pm ET on Tuesday, October 23rd. Al Jazeera will also carry the live stream. No major television networks will carry the “Free and Equal” debate.
Former CNN host and broadcasting legend Larry King will moderate the contest. Interested viewers can still submit possible debate questions to Larry King via Facebook, Twitter, and reddit. You can find those submission portals here.
Larry King, the celebrated talk show host accustomed to A-list interview guests, has agreed to moderate a debate featuring a squad of minor-party presidential candidates.
The former CNN giant will guide next Tuesday’s debate in Chicago, which will be broadcast on the Internet. The candidates taking part are the Libertarian Party‘s Gary Johnson, the Green Party’s Jill Stein, the Constitution Party‘s Virgil Goode and the Justice Party’s Rocky Anderson.
King told The Associated Pressthat it’s clear none of them will win, but he said they all deserve a voice in the presidential race. Democrats and Republicans are keeping tabs on Johnson and Goode, two ex-Republicans who could be factors in key battleground states.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010A dozen years after shocking the nation with an upset win as an Independent candidate in the 1998 Minnesota gubernatorial election, former wrestler Jesse Ventura doesn’t support third parties anymore.
“Win if you can, lose if you must, but ALWAYS cheat,” Jesse “The Body” Ventura infamously said in his days as a wrestling villain, but Tuesday night he blasted such Machiavellian philosophies.Ventura told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that he wouldn’t vote for his former employer Linda McMahon in her bid to become Senator even if he could “[b]ecause i don’t vote for Democrats or Republicans. If she ran as an independent, she could possibly get my endorsement. But I refuse.”Ventura added, “I no longer support the third party movement.”ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOWJesse Ventura: US should abolish inherently corrupt political parties 150709banner2Having A Supply Of Healthy Foods That Last Just Makes Sense AD“Why not?” the ABC interviewer asked.Ventura elaborated, “I believe the system is so corrupt, the two parties have corrupted it so bad, that any thirty party, in which to be successful, will likewise have to corrupt itself.
If you already have a two-headed monster, why would you need three?”The answer is “to abolish parties,” Ventura added. “Do not put a name of a party below the person’s name on the ballot. It’s too easy to say, I’m a Republican. And you walk in: Republican, Republican, Republican. You’re voting the party, not the person. And that’s the way it’s all set up.”Ventura also appeared on CNN Tuesday night, telling Larry King video at this link why he enjoys hosting his “Conspiracy Theory” show, “I love to attack our government.”
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