Who is Gary Johnson and why do you think he should be our next president?
Gary Johnson is the former two term governor of New Mexico, who came
from outside of politics to beat a former Republican governor in the
Republican primaries, and to then unseat an incumbent Democratic
governor by a ten point margin, in a state where Democrats outnumber
Republicans 2 to 1. Gary Johnson was a governor who vetoed more bills
than all his other contemporary governors combined, who cut taxes 14
times, and who balanced the New Mexico state budget.
We need to send Gary Johnson to the White House because our very
survival as a nation depends upon whether or not the government gets
out of the way and stops suffocating this society and this economy to
death. We have a mountain of debt, regulations, and malinvestments,
thanks to the federal government, and this lethal cocktail will
devastate America for decades to come. That is, unless we take our
medicine, stop trying to stimulate and bail our way out of this
recession, and let the free market work. Gov. Johnson is the only one
who can be trusted to make the right decisions for our future.
Archive for the ‘Gary Johnson’ Category
On May 11th, Gary Johnson appeared on the FOX Business Channel’s “Happy Hour” program, where he touched on such subjects as drug law reform, the economy, government spending, the deficit, the Federal Reserve, inflation, immigration, and the 2012 presidential election.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson was, for the first time, included as a major Republican presidential candidate in a national poll. Public Policy Polling released the results of a public opinion survey today, which asked respondents whether they would rather vote for Barack Obama or a Republican presidential candidate. The Republicans that were polled were Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, and Gary Johnson.
Gary Johnson, having the lowest name recognition of the group, garnered 28% of the vote in this poll, but he also succeeded in holding down Obama’s numbers the lowest. Obama only received 46% of the vote against Johnson.
According to this poll, 81% had still yet to form an opinion of Gary Johnson.
For the full results, click here.
Gary Johnson joins Neil Cavuto on the FOX Business Channel to discuss such issues as the 2010 elections, the economy, deficits, inflation, the state of the GOP, and the Tea Party movement.
Gary Johnson joins Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central’s Colbert Report to talk about drug law reform, term limits, and the possibility of a 2012 presidential run.
Gary Johnson joins Judge Andrew Napolitano on FOX News’s Freedom Watch to discuss such issues as the economy, government spending, Ron Paul, the state of the GOP, the Federal Reserve, inflation, the 2010 elections, and his Our America Initiative.
Gary Johnson joins Sean Hannity on FOX News to talk about the Tea Party movement, the GOP, the economy, government spending, education, abortion, taxes, Barack Obama, drug law reform, foreign policy, his mantle as the “new Ron Paul,” his Our America Initiative, and the 2012 presidential election.
Salon.com did a piece on Gary Johnson recently called “The most interesting Republican you’ve never heard of,” where they talked about his views on drug law reform, abortion, foreign policy, cultural issues, immigration, his views of Barack Obama and the Tea Party movement, the state of the GOP, the economy, government spending, deficits, taxes, entitlements, his Our America Initiative, his similarities to Ron Paul, and the possibility of a 2012 presidential run.
A great article from the Charlottesville Examiner today about Gary Johnson’s recent visit to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello: http://www.examiner.com/x-43619-Charlottesville-Libertarian-Examiner~y2010m5d5-Examinercom-exclusive-Gary-Johnson-reflects-on-his-first-visit-to-Jeffersons-Monticello?cid=examiner-email
Gary Johnson went on The Schilling Show on WINA 1070 AM radio to discuss such issues as the economy, government spending, deficits, inflation, taxes, entitlements, health care, immigration, foreign policy, drug law reform, cultural issues, abortion, the 2012 presidential election, and his Our America Initiative.