Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Candidates - Duncan Hunter

This is a third in a series of articles on announced candidates for 2008 Presidency.

Duncan Hunter is the latest to join the field of announced candidates for the 2008 Republican nomination.

Hunter is currently seeking re-nomination to California's 42nd Congressional seat, which he first won in 1980. Hunter is currently the chairman of the Armed Services Committee and in 2005 introduced the H.R. 552 The Right to Life Act stating the purpose of the bill is "implement equal protection ... for the right to life of each born and preborn human person," according to Wikipedia. Hunter also voted yes that illegal aliens who receive hospital treatment should be reported and voted yes on providing tax relief. To see where Duncan Hunter stands on other issues log onto On the Issues.

Hunter does not yet have a presidential campaign web site.

Monday, October 30, 2006

Gilmore Not Likely to Run

Former Conservative Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore (R) is not likely to run for President in 2008.

"Former Virginia governor Jim Gilmore seemingly ruled out a presidential bid today when he said his future options could be a run for the U.S. senate or bid to return to the governor's mansion." The Leesburg Today reported on October 20.

Draft Gilmore for President is still underway, "Governor Gilmore, we call upon you to answer the call of the American people and the grassroots volunteers across America and seek the Republican nomination for President," an open letter to Gilmore, posted on the Draft Gilmore web site, says.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Republican Howard Answers Questions

Millie Howard, like Pat Buchanan, challenged President Bush in 1992 for the Republican nomination. She now is running for the Republican nomination for the 5th time. Howard took the time to answer these questions for The Conservative President 2008.

1. Why are you running for President?
I am running for president because the Republicans did not bring forth any effort in securing a Constitutional Amendment to ban abortion in America for any reason, even though at election time they all say the are PRO LIFE. What does that mean to them? They took us to war, increased the debt exponentially, and have stood by while 12 million illegal aliens have invaded the nation. In short, they have not lived up to the notion of conservatives who believe in hard work, fair play for all Americans, and ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THEIR ACTIONS. The liberty of Americans have been eroded because we cannot stand up to the foreigners in our country who seek to do us harm. IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN EASIER FOR POLITICIANS TO STOKE THE CROOKS BECAUSE THEY MIGHT GET HURT, WHILE SOCKING IT TO AMERICANS WHOM THEY PERCEIVE AS “TAKING IT” AND LITTLE RISK TO THEM PHYSICALLY.

I want a $10,000 per year Birth Right Stipend for all sovereign citizens of the States and all naturalized citizens as of 12/31/91 to give some fairness to all Americans. It is time the special interests, such as the nonprofit sector, foreign governments, corporations, and individuals get the same amount of tax dollars. This Birth Right Stipend will replace all current government subsidies.

I want every law to pass a Constitutional test prior to enactment.

Presidents and Congress shall not be able to change their remarks for the record. They have plenty of time before they go to the floor to know what they are going to say, even if they read it and the whole text shall become part of the record without any future changes.

I want to stop Americans telephone calls from being monitored or recorded for any reason.

I want to freeze government spending until we address our debt and the liabilities we have incurred without putting aside anything to cover them.

I want to stay out of other countries and deal with each one as a sovereign nation and find some common ground to seek fair trade, and environmental issues that will benefit the world. I want American troops from around the globe home to set up a new defense for America. Everyone will serve 2 years protecting the areas within the 50-mile radius of their homes. I shall nationalize defense and take the profit out of the killing of our men and women in uniform.


I want to be president so we can be free, and no one would want to do harm to us because we are the greatest nation in the world and the world shall know that all policies shall not favor one over another, but rather shall seek fairness and justice.

2. You have run for President in every election since 1992, do you really think that you have a chance at actually being elected?

While I have run for office since 1992, my resources have been limited to what I could put up. The two party systems makes it easy to vote, it is a matter if you want the special interests running your guy, or the other guy. We all know there is something very wrong with policies coming out of Washington. I’d like to address all the policies in terms of who gets and who pays.

3. What is the top issue that your campaign is focused on?
There is a good deal of talk about voter identification. I am sure it was not my idea originally, but I would fight for it. People can find time to do everything else, they can find time to get a STATE VOTER ID COVERING CITIZENSHIP STATUS, AND DRIVERS’ LICENSE.

There is a big question about bringing our troops home. I said in public that we should be ashamed of ourselves for the first Iraq. We had no justification and no moral or legal authority.

I would work hard to clean up the election process. Anyone desiring ballot access would be required to do only what is now required of the two parties candidates. If we took a count today of those who consider themselves tied to a party in terms of giving money and working for candidates, it would be small. It is much easier for the special interests to deal with two groups, rather than the American people. We hear that the Republicans are for the rich and the religious right, while the Democrats are for the poor. IT IS A LIE – they both dance to the same drummer.

I would seek a Constitutional Amendment banning abortion for any reason

I would work with States to see that only AMERICAN CITIZENS HAVE THE VOTE

I would bring our troops home from around the world

I would seek the $10,000 Birth Right Stipend


4. Do you consider yourself to be a fiscal conservative?

I would consider myself a fiscal conservative because I believe we cannot be sustained on credit and immorality if we want to be a great nation.

5. If you do not become the Republican nominee, will you support whomever the Republican candidate is?

If I am not the candidate, I will write my name in if possible. If you look at the potential candidates for 2008 you see nothing buy more of the same. I truly believe that America has enough of the status quo. It will not make any difference that gets elected if it is not I because nothing will change.

We must address the whole complex governing process and I believe it should start with the individual and what role they play in their nation. It will then follow with good politicians who put America first. We need food, clothing, and shelter. We require clean air and water and a safe food supply. We must be a moral people if we are to be free.

My idea is that if government collects taxes to do it – IT SHALL BE DONE WITH GOVERNMENTY EMPLOYEES without Unions and Civil Service. The taxes collected by government will be sufficient to pay for everything they think we need without fees or mandates. We don’t pay for a driver’s license, hunting license, gun license, etc. If government requires that we need them, then the 10% collected for taxes shall be how they are paid for. After all, these are the functions of government and what we already pay taxes for.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Tancredo Supports Phased Withdrawal From Iraq

Colorado US Representative Tom Tancredo supports a phased withdrawal from Iraq. "I think we are at a point where we need to say to the Iraqi government, 'We have given you a democracy, it is up to you as to whether you want to keep it," the Denvor Post reported Tancredo saying during a debate between Tancredo and his two challengers for Colorado's 6th District, Democrat Bill Winter and Libertarian Jack Woehr.

Tancredo, who has served as US Representative since 1998, is known for being out spoken on illegal immigration and thought to be a possible 2008 candidate for the Republican nomination and even a possible independent candidate. Race 4 2008 gave Tancredo the 10th place spot in its list of who they think will become the Republican nominee.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Gingrich On Immigartion

Former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has recently spoken out on illegal immigration. "How can you talk about national security and not control the border? How can you talk about terrorism and not control the border?" The Arizona Republic reported on October 20.

Gingrich went on to say, "I think we should enforce immigration law and we should enforce the businesses that are knowingly hiring somebody illegally, (they) should be hammered, and businesses that are hiring people who have fraudulent documents should have an easy method of determining whether or not that person is legal."

To read the entire article log onto The Arizona Republic web site.

Monday, October 23, 2006

Candidates - Mike Gravel

This is the second in a series of articles on announced candidates for President.

Mike Gravel is seeking the Democratic nomination for President. Gravel served as Alaska's US Senator from 1969 to 1981 and has not held political office since. Gravel lost his re-nomination campaign in 1980 against Clark Grueing. Prior to his election to the US Senate Gravel served as a State Representative from 1962 to 1966 (he was speaker of the house from 1964-1966) and ran for US Representative after leaving the house, he lost to Ralph Rivers.

In 1971 Gravel lead a one man filibuster against the renewing of the draft and was able to block bill for five months before President Nixon and Senate Republicans agreed to let the draft expire in 1973.

Gravel, who will be 79 on inauguration day 2009, has made funding education as a top priority and also favors a universal health care program. Gravel makes no note in his issues lists on where he stands on abortion or gay rights. Gravel also is not making the invasion of illegal immigrants a priority.

For more info on Mike Gravel log onto http://www.gravel2008.us/.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Imperato: More Border Security

Independent candidate Daniel Imperato wants more boarder security and recognizes that the open board is a security risk: "Increased border patrol so that terrorists can't easily enter our borders" his web site now says.

Imperato recently dumped his Vice Presidential running mate, Webster Brooks, "Based upon the advice of my advisors and businesspeople that I am in contact with, I felt this was the correct decision for the campaign. The people of the United States of America deserve a strong campaign for 2008 and need a viable option to revive America," Imperato said in a press release.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Not Obama

President Obama? That is what many Americans, including Oprah, would like to see. Obama won in a land slide victory for the Illinois US Senate seat in 2004, winning 70% of the votes to Alan Keyes' 27%, Independent Al Franzen's 2% and Libertarian Jerry Kohn's 1%, according to Wikipedia.

In May of 2006, Obama voted to give illegal immigrants social security benefits. How does Obama expect the situation with boarder security to improve if America offers benefits and not punishment to people who break the law?

Obama also believes that woman have the right to choose to have an abortion or not. Who has the right to kill a child? Once the child is born and the mother then decides that she does not want it and kills it what would be the difference then having an abortion? There isn't any, it is murder both ways!

To see where Obama stands on other issues go here.

Mitt Romney 2008? Nathan Burd Thinks It Is Possible

Nathan Burd is the director of Americans for Mitt, a group supporting the candidacy of Mitt Romney for President.

Burd answered these questions for the Conservative President 2008.

1. Why should Mitt Romney become President?

As voters become familiar with Governor Romney, they’ll see that he’s far and away the most accomplished candidate in the field. In fact, he may just be the best candidate from either party in a long, long time.

As governor, Romney has erased a $3 billion budget deficit by reducing waste and cutting taxes. Massachusetts can no longer be called “Taxachusetts” due to Romney’s bold leadership. The principles of fiscal discipline that he has shown in Massachusetts are sorely needed in Washington, D.C.

Romney has also earned praise for applying conservative principles to his landmark plan to provide universal health care coverage to every citizen in Massachusetts.

On education, Romney created the John and Abigail Adams scholarship program that allows high-achieving students to attend state colleges tuition-free for four years. The result of this incentive? Students in Massachusetts rank at the top of nearly academic category.

And on the vital social issues of the day, Romney has been a champion for traditional marriage and for protecting the unborn. By vetoing efforts to expand embryonic stem-cell research and emergency contraception, Romney has made defending human life a top priority. No leader has been as outspoken as Romney on the need to protect traditional marriage. By openly criticizing the Supreme Judicial Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage and by vocally supporting the Federal Marriage Amendment, Romney has been the strongest voice for the traditional values movement in America.

Prior to becoming governor, Romney ran the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. These games were held just months after 9/11 and Romney oversaw the massive security effort to keep the games safe. He has also recently traveled to Iraq and Afghanistan to encourage our troops and to get a first-hand look at the challenges we face. He has spoken clearly on the need to defeat the radical Jihadists who aim to destroy our way of life.

Mitt Romney should be our next president because he’s taken action on all of the major issues of our time and he has the leadership ability to ensure that America remains the world’s economic and military superpower.

2. What makes Romney a better candidate over other possible candidates?

Many of the likely candidates are Senators. History has shown that Senators have a hard time becoming presidents. Sadly, the current leadership in D.C. has failed to take action on the major issues facing the country. Governors (Carter, Reagan, Clinton, G.W. Bush) have the executive experience that voters appreciate and expect in presidential candidates.

Mitt Romney is the most accomplished candidate in the field. In fact, it’s not even close. If you stack Romney’s record of accomplishment up against the other likely candidates, there is no question that he’s the best candidate in the Republican field. He’s the complete package; a candidate who appeals to fiscal and social conservatives, but who has also proven capable of working with members of the other party for the common good. This country desperately needs Mitt Romney.

3. Do you think that Romney can win the Republican and if so could he win the general election?

Yes. Romney has already solidified himself as a top-tier candidate in the Republican field. Most polls show the race shaping up to be a Romney/Rudy/McCain contest. While Rudy and McCain still enjoy a considerable advantage in terms of name identification, each has significant weaknesses in the eyes of prominent factions of the Republican Party. Mitt Romney has no weaknesses. His message will appeal to a broad-range of Republican voters and once they get to know him, they’ll like him.

In March, Romney finished in second place in the Southern Republican Leadership Conference Straw Poll. The event was held in Tennessee and Bill Frist won the poll simply for that reason. However, Romney was the real winner by finishing well ahead of the rest of the field.

After winning the Republican nomination, independent voters and sensible Democrats will flock to his campaign. The Democrats in the race are all beatable by the right Republican candidate. Mitt Romney is that candidate.

4. Do you think that Romney being a Mormon will effect his chances at winning the Republican nomination?

The media will bring up “the Mormon issue” continually, but Republican voters will not reject Mitt Romney because of his religion. Republicans are looking for a candidate who shares their values. Mitt Romney has been proven that he shares the moral and political values that Republican voters appreciate.

Prominent religious leaders, including Ted Haggard, Jerry Falwell, Richard Land, Marvin Olasky, Chuck Colson, and more, have already said that they could vote for a Mormon who shares their values. The media will insist on making this an issue, but among Republicans and various religious leaders, it’s just not relevant.

The website I run, Americans for Mitt, has members from a wide variety of faith backgrounds. I’m an evangelical Christian and this issue poses no problem for me. As Cal Thomas recently said, “it troubles me not that a Mormon might become president.”
There is also a great website for “Evangelicals for Mitt” (http://www.evangelicalsformitt.org/). As we’ve said from the beginning, the election is for president, not pastor.

5. If Romney loses the Republican nomination, would you like to see him run as a third party candidate?

No. Mitt Romney is a Republican. He’ll get to the White House by winning the Republican nomination and the general election.

Draft Buchanan 2008 Ends (Again)

The effort to draft Pat Buchanan has come to an end, again, and for the last time. The web site, http://www.draftbuchanan2008.com/, reported that it was ending once and then it came back again not long after it ended. When Paul Streitz, the chairman of the draft, received word from Buchanan himself he called it quits.

Streitz released this statement to the Conservative President 2008:

"I don't see any sense in starting it again. I never thought that Buchanan would so squash it. Most people who are thinking of running or have it in the realm of possibility, do not mind a draft campaign because it allows enthusiasm to build, it allows them to test the waters and if there is support to go ahead. If not, they have lost nothing. But to stop a draft campaign means to me that the proposed candidate does not want to hold office. That is, if the draft campaign gained a lot of momentum, the proposed candidate would still refuse.

At this point, I don't see trying to draft anyone else. No one came close to Buchanan in terms of suitability for the office and the ability to gain support. Someone is just going to have to emerge."

Friday, October 13, 2006

Candidates - John Cox

This is the first in a series of articles on announced candidates for President.

Chicago businessman John Cox is seeking the Republican presidential nomination. Cox has not been elected to public office before but, has served as the President of the Cook County Republicans. Cox came in 5th when he sought the Republican nomination for Congressman from Illinois 10th district and 3rd place for the 2002 Republican nomination for Illinois US Senator, according to the Illinois State Board of Elections web site.

John Cox stands firm on moral issues, "John Cox is Pro-Life and isn't afraid to lead on this important moral issue," his web site proclaims. Cox is also opposed to both gay marriage and civil unions and is supporter of the Federal Marriage Amendment.

Cox does oppose the death penalty, "He says that although he wouldn't try to change death-penalty laws, he opposes capital punishment with one exception: war crimes," the Chicago Tribune reported on March 3, 2002. This issue is where I disagree with Mr. Cox. If a person is guilty of murder, that person should be given the death penalty.

Cox has been busy campaigning in early primary/caucus sates and is leading in news coverage among announced candidates for the Republican presidential nomination.
For more info on John Cox log onto http://www.cox2008.com/.

Monday, October 09, 2006

Chapman Supports Secession

Southern Party presidential candidate Gene Chapman supports the right for separate states to leave the Union.

"I support the right of states to secede anytime they wish, otherwise we live in slavery to the whims of the Federal Government," Chapman told The Conservative President 2008.

Concerning the Civil War Chapman said "I believe the War of Northern Aggression was fought in an unconstitutional fashion with no real desire to free slaves on President Lincoln's part. As the leader of the Slave Freedom Movement (SlaveFreedom.com), I am happy to see an end to chattel slavery in America, but I am saddened to see that it was replaced by Communist Slavery via the income tax, property tax and counting people like cattle (the three primary attributes of slavery back to 1,800 B.C.)."

Do we really want a President that does not support the country staying together?

Friday, October 06, 2006

Rev. Chuck Baldwin on the Republican Party and Possible Run for the White House

Rev. Chuck Baldwin was the Constitution Party's 2004 nominee for Vice President. Baldwin is the pastor of Crossroad Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida, the host of a radio program, Chuck Baldwin Live, and is columnist for Alan Keyes' Renew America web site.

Rev. Baldwin took the time to answer these question for The Conservative President 2008.

1. Where do you think the Republican Party is headed?

If the Democratic Party wasn't so liberal and out of touch with average Americans, the GOP would already be reduced to cinders. The only thing that keeps the GOP afloat is the absurd liberalism of Democrats in Washington, D.C. The question is, how long will the American people put up with the bumbling, stumbling, GOP? I personally believe the GOP will continue to self-destruct.

2. Do you think that you could support any of the potential 2008 Republican nominees for President?

I could not support any of the Republicans that I have heard mentioned as potential candidates in 2008. I love Tom Tancredo for what he is doing to fight illegal immigration, but I would need to learn more about where he stands on other issues. Republicans I believe I could support would include men such as Judge Roy Moore, Pat Buchanan, Alan Keyes, or Ron Paul. Unfortunately, the Republican leadership will never allow men such as these to obtain the nomination. At the center, establishment Republicans care no more for genuine conservative principles than Democrats.

3. Do you think that the Republican Party will ever be what you would call a conservative party?

No. I believe it has crossed the point of no return. The GOP has become nothing more than a second big-government, big-spending party. Only at election time do most Republicans even mention conservative causes, and that is only for the purpose of obtaining the votes of gullible conservatives. When one examines the true record of what has happened in Washington, D.C., since the GOP took control in 2000, an argument could be made that the GOP is in practice more liberal than the Democratic Party. That is why I left the GOP in 2004 and became an Independent.

4. If a candidate were to arise that was right on every issue but is pro-choice, is that a good enough reason not to vote for that candidate?

I could not personally support any person who would not use the power of his or her office to protect innocent human life in the womb. By the same token, neither could I support a candidate who is right on the life issue but wrong on other essential issues such as illegal immigration, gun control, constitutional government, and internationalism.

5. Will you run for President in 2008?

Funny you should ask. By virtue of the fact that I was the Vice Presidential candidate for the Constitution Party in 2004, I have been asked this question quite often - especially lately. I have learned to never say never, but I have no desire to run. I have a very busy schedule, a growing church ministry, and many pressing obligations. Beyond that, I am not wealthy and can see little prospect of being able to raise the funds necessary for such a campaign. In order for me to even consider running in 2008 would require several "miraculous" signs of reassurance that, frankly, I cannot see happening. However, I am always open to God's will. I did not seek or desire the Vice Presidential nomination of the Constitution Party in 2004, either.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Chairman of McCain Movement Sees Gilchrist as Little Threat

Charlie Szrom, Chairman of the Draft McCain Movement, answered these five questions for The Consevative President 2008.

1. Why should John McCain be the Republican candidate for President?

John McCain best stands up for the values that mean the most toRepublicans: small government, strong defense, and socialconservatism. Senator McCain has consistently opposed pork-barrelspending that uses American taxpayer money to serve elitist interests,he - more than anyone else - has stood strongly for efforts to defeatthe Islamofascists in Iraq and elsewhere, and he has a long record ofvoting pro-life in the Senate (not to mention helping get the recentnominations of Alito and Roberts through the confirmation process). Ipersonally can't think of three values other than fiscal conservatism,national security strength, and family values that better define theRepublican coalition. John McCain is simply the strongest on allthree.

2. Do you think that McCain can win the Republican nomination, and if so could he win the general election?

I believe he can win both. See above for my answers on why he'sappropriate for the Republican party. At this point, I do not see achallenger emerging who better represents Republican interests. Justbecause the mainstream media often portrays Sen. McCain as bucking theGOP establishment doesn't mean he isn't a Republican - it just meanshe sometimes has different approaches to problems and thinks hissolutions through independently. The end result is the same: justlook at the record and you'll see one of America's strongestconservatives, a man whose political ideology was most influenced byRonald Reagan and a Senator who succeeded Barry Goldwater - not justphysically by filling his seat, but also ideologically. I believethat most Republicans recognize this and will nominate him in 2008.Hillary Clinton will present a problem for the countryin 2008, but Ibelieve John McCain, beyond other potential nominees, can best facedown the threat. Since conservative values are heartland Americanvalues, John McCain should not have a problem winning the generalelection, especially given the widespread support he has from hisservice in Vietnam and reputation of frank honesty.

3. Isn't McCain too lenient on illegal immigration?

Senator McCain supports enforcement just as much as the next guy - herepresents a border state in the Senate, after all. But stopping theflow of illegals into our country can only be a part of the solution;it simply isn't feasible to deport millions upon millions of illegalimmigrants. As columnist George Will said, if such a solution wasenacted, the line of buses would stretch from San Diego to Alaska.John McCain's not lenient on illegal immigration, he's just lookingfor a solution that will actually work when it comes to fixing ourimmigration system.

4. Jim Gilchrist, the founder of the Minuteman Project, Inc., said that if McCain is nominated as the Republican candidate that he would run as a third party candidate, do you think that a possible third party candidacy of Gilchrist would hurt McCain's chances at winning the general election?

Jim Gilchrist has established himself as a leader on reforming thebroken immigration system of this country. While this is one of themost important issues facing our country today, I believe that thereare other issues that voters will weigh when making their choice onwho they would choose for president in 2008. We have to fix theimmigration system, but we cannot ignore the important issues ofstemming the violence in Iraq, and, perhaps most importantly, gettingCongress to stop spending like "drunken sailors," to quote Sen.McCain. John McCain stands out as a leader with pragmatic solutionsto both of these issues. To sum up my answer to the question, I thinkthe broader tent of John McCain's stances on issues would limit thedamage a third party Gilchrist candidacy would do to Sen. McCain'schances in 2008

5. If McCain loses the Republican nomination, would you like him to run as an independent?

I believe the Republican Party is the best fit for John McCain - ifthe party chooses not to nominate him in 2008, so be it. I cannotanswer for the Senator, but I do not believe an independent run wouldbe successful (given that it would split the votes between Republicanvoters) nor appropriate with McCain's conservative values.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Long Shot Republican Answers Questions

Alan Bunch is running for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination.

Bunch is pro-life even takes a stand on how many legal immigrants should be allowed into the US, "We should allow only 150,000 legal immigrates into our country per year and they should be of the highest caliber people. People that would enrich out country such as Phd’s in the sciences," his web site says.

Bunch answered these questions for The Conservative President 2008.

1. Why are you running for President?

I think that our current moody in Washington is to do what they want and only appease the public when it’s election time. I plan, if elected, to do the dirtiest of dirty tricks. That is to stand by my campaign promises and get them done.

2. Why should Republicans nominate you as their candidate for President?

If it is what the American people want then the Republican Party should nominate me. Even as an unknown, if there is a grassroots movement happening I think they would notice and get behind it. If a better known person take up my stance on the issues I might be willing to bow out after all for me it is not about ego but about the issues.

3. What do you see as a major issue facing America at this time?

You really need to look at my website http://www.taxesbad.org/. I have as many issues stated there both in the ‘Issues and what I think section’ and the first section ‘Fortress American’
Well, ‘securing the border is the number one issue for me. If 150,000 people and 80% of the illegal drugs can move across the border than what else is being moved across the border. Fully automatic weapons (Guns)? Explosives? A Nuke? Who knows? But we have got to get a handle on this problem.

4. If you lose the Republican nomination, will you run as a Third Party candidate for President?

It would depend on what the people want. If a large amount of the public wanted me to run I might. But that would depend on the American people.

Draft Buchanan 2008 Chariman Answers Questions

Paul Streitz, chairman of Draft Buchanan 2008 answered these three questions for The Conservative President 2008.

1. Why should Pat Buchanan become the Republican candidate in 2008?

He is the only Republican candidate that is willing to confront the three most importan issues of the country: a) the massive invasion of the United States by illegals; 2) the destruction of American industry and loss of our industrial base; 3) the over extension of American forces from protection of the country, to establishing democracies etc.

2. In 2000, Buchanan ran as the Reform Party candidate against George W. Bush, do you think he could gain the support of the Republican Party again?

Yes. But politics is not asking. Politics is a form of warfare. It is developing your money, supporters, voters etc.. There are enough open primaries where Buchanan can win and gain enough delegates to sweep the convention. Take a look at our website.

3. If Buchanan loses the nomination, would you like to see him run as an Independent or third party candidate again?

You would have to ask him that. However, I think in some of his writings, he has said that running on a third party ticket was a mistake.

But I am not prepared to ask any disastrous, what if, questions. Losing is in my mind out of question. If we lose, and put in a compromising President, we are going to absolutely dissolve this country in a MexAmerica and you can forget about the United States you once knew. This is like WWII, we simply cannot lose this election. It has been my thought since 2001 that we have to control the Executive and enforce our laws.

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Independent Adams Wins TNP Mock Ballot Poll

Independent/write in candidate Steve Adams, a pro-life candidate, won the September The Next Prez mock ballot poll. Jim Gilchrist, who won the poll last month came in with only 4% of the vote this time around.

TNP September Mock Ballot Poll Results

Steve Adams (I) - 222 (34%)

Mitt Romney (R) - 112 (17%)

John Kerry (D) - 148 (23%)

Jim Gilchrist (C) - 23 (4%)

Aaron Russo (L) - 129 (20%)

Matt Gonzalez (G) - 12 (2%)

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