Twitter bomb attempts to push Johnson into debates

A new trend is splashed across millions of Twitter feeds today in an effort to push the powers that be to allow Gov. Gary Johnson, who is running under the Libertarian flag, to be allowed to debate alongside Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney.

#LetGaryDebate has gotten a lot of attention today in a Twitter bomb attempt to allow third parties the chance to debate as part of their presidential campaign with Republican and Democrat candidates.

Thus far, no such effort has been made for Jill Stein, who is running for president as a Green Party candidate.

Would you be interested in hearing from Green and Libertarian presidential candidates?

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2 Responses to Twitter bomb attempts to push Johnson into debates

  1. The Lone Reader says:

    Third parties are useless until they figure out that they have to build from the ground up. Let’s say one were to be elected to the Oval Office this year. They would have no support in Congress.

    As they are now they simply take votes from the major party they are closest to.

  2. Ken Hamilton says:

    The latest national poll the last few days that I have seen that included Gary Johnson showed him taking 3% from both President Obama and Mitt Romney. Also, the Libertarian Party has hundreds candidates that have been electrd to local offices.

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