Originally Posted by hippie_hunter
They're not former R's and D's, they are R's and D's almost everyone is a Republican or a Democrat in this country.
Unless third parties show that they are viable, they shouldn't be allowed in. Their complaint on the issue is pointless.
Perot had more than just money. He actually had an appealing message to go along with that money.
Well, yeah, Paul did get screwed in the RNC, no doubt about that.
Because if they don't become a more prominent part of the GOP, they are forever doomed to obscurity. Third parties don't win. Period.
explain this one as well.
At a 1987 press conference announcing the commission's creation, Fahrenkopf said that the commission was not likely to include third-party candidates in debates, and Paul G. Kirk, Democratic national chairman, said he personally believed they should be excluded from the debates.
3. Well. Gary Johnson had a appealing message. Yet, no money.
4. We agree on something. About time.
5. I don't think you answered my question. Do you think Rand Paul or any libertarian-Republican will get the nomination in 2016 or 2020? I personally see the GOP having a identity crisis. And I don't see the Liberty movement making any big noise. I mean, have we had a libertarian President?
And why not...