Gene Chapman is seeking to be the 2008 Presidential candidate of the Libertarian, Constitution, Southern and Boston Tea parties. Chapman took the time to answer these questions for The Conservative President 2008.
1. Why are you running for President?
I am an anti-Communist in Communist America, and I find no one else able to articulate my case but me.
2. Why are you seeking the Libertarian, Constitution, Boston Tea and Southern Party nominations?
We are attempting to make a new super third party to actually get our people elected to national office rather then just running to be captain of a third party debate team.
3. What do you see as the biggest problem with the Democrat and Republican party's?
They are no longer in a dispute between Communism in the Democrat Party and Liberty in the Republican Party; rather, they are in dispute only as to the degree of Communist Aggression we will live under in America.
4. Do you consider yourself a fiscal and social conservative?
It is hard to define me in today's terms. I am a Libertarian by dictionary definition, so I suppprt leaving people alone to make their own mistakes in life. "Liberty of Conscience" is center in my life.
A former Goldwater Presidential Campaign advisor, Noel Nelson, puts me in Goldwater's camp.
5. In your opinion, what is one of the biggest issues facing America?
The Ten Planks of "The Commuinst Manifesto" are destroying us from within.
6. If another candidate with similar views as yours were to arise, would you consider dropping out of the race?
Unless Barry Goldwater rises from the dead, that's not going to happen.