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What Foreign Policy Debate?

jtheb Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 6:20 AM
A vote for Johnson is a vote for Obama , pure and simple (minded) . Romney is WAYYYYYYYYY better then Obama and that is indisputable in the experience of my lifetime. Rarely have the choices been more stark. So what if neither candidate is dusting off the old , pre-super power isolationism of the 1920's ? Multi-polar worlds have always been the ones prone to very bad wars. If not us then who would you rather be the stabalizing force in the world? Answer me that if you can get your head out of your posterior long enough to have a clear thought.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 10:50 AM
There is little difference between Obama and Romney. Both want to grow government and shrink the voluntary sector of the economy. Romney's budget INCREASES government spending by 3.1% each year which is more than inflation + population. He wants war with Iran, and a trade war with China. The economy will remain in the tank if either is elected, so whoever holds office, the other party will make gains in the midterms. Romney increased spending 32% during his term as governor, while debt went up 52%!.

The statists have won the election. I'll be voting for Johnson, as I will not vote for more government. Which is what you will get and are voting for.
JustMC Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 2:20 PM
Well said, same here. I would write in Ron Paul, whom I prefer to Johnson on policy, but write-in votes almost certainly are not counted and recorded by candidate. Votes for Johnson, being on nearly all of the ballots, will be counted and tracked under his name. And as much as the media and the establishment in the two major parties conspire to hide such vote counts, they likely will be counted and the word will trickle out. Which is important.
SMyles Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 9:38 AM
jtheb. I use the term sheeple a lot but in your case I'll make an exception and change it to parrot. "Stabilizing force"? Nice Orweillian speak there. "Rarely have the choices been more stark." lol Now that's funny. You must've ordered the Hannity cheat (parrot) sheet.
Next week, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are scheduled to meet for their third and final presidential debate, this time focusing on foreign policy. Although he will be on the ballot in at least 48 states on Nov. 6, Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party's nominee, was not invited, lest an actual debate about foreign policy break out.

Johnson, a former Republican governor of New Mexico, believes that so-called defense spending should be used for defense, that the United States "should resort to military action as the last option and only as provided in the Constitution" and that our foreign policy should...