Gary Johnson, Jill Stein debate on Tavis Smiley show

From the video description on youtube: This debate was broadcast in three parts. Part 1 was televised on October 31, 2016. Part 2 was televised on November 1, 2016. Part 3 was not televised, but became available online on November 1,2016.

9 thoughts on “Gary Johnson, Jill Stein debate on Tavis Smiley show

  1. Tony From Long Island

    I’m not sure someone on 11 (at most) state ballots should be in a debate no matter how well he’s doing in Utah. IF you let McMullen in, where do you draw the line? Each candidate would get to answer two or three questions at most in the short time allotted.

  2. JamesT

    Gary is so disappointing. Jill is crazier than I realized. But I’m glad they got the coverage. I wish both get 5% so these parties can get more attention. But they pale in comparison to several of their parties previous nominee. If only Ron Paul and Ralph Nader were 10 years younger. Imagine what they could have done this year.

  3. paulie Post author

    I’m not sure someone on 11 (at most) state ballots should be in a debate no matter how well he’s doing in Utah. IF you let McMullen in, where do you draw the line

    Depends on the criteria. Level of coverage in other media and inclusion in polls could be criteria, rather than number of states on the ballot, for example.

  4. Tony From Long Island

    Paulie – could go either way I guess.

    Gary Johnson makes it harder and harder for me to vote for him each day . . . but with five days left . . might as well. Hillary will be winning my state thankfully so I can vote for Gov. Johnson without reservation.

  5. GreenDemSoc

    “Crony capitalism! When government picks winners and losers….this…this..advances…the government….making less of these….in other words… this..this….gets government out of the equation. This advances genuine free trade. Free trade, the opposite of crony captialism…”

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