New York Tea Party Group Considers Independent Ballot Line

In addition to the Connecticut tea party group noted by Paulie, tea party activists in New York are also considering creating an independent ballot line to run a candidate for governor this November.  Via TPID, WGRZ news reports:

BUFFALO, NY – “First we’re going to identify whether we’ve got a winning effort,” said Carl Paladino.  And if they do, Buffalo real estate developer Carl Paladino may run for governor of New York State; but not as a democrat or republican.  The Tea Party would create its own line on the ballot for him.  “You need 15,000 signatures statewide,” said Ralph Mohr, Erie County Board of Elections Commissioner.

20 thoughts on “New York Tea Party Group Considers Independent Ballot Line

  1. Robert Milnes

    Hijack! I’ll save everybody a trip to my place to check on me. I’m near Phila. @27″. I’m ok. Computer REALLY crashed. Really bad. I’m using my cousin’s computer. SLOW! VOIP goes with computer. + my wood stove chimney got clogged. I walked to Lowe’s & used cc to get 3 new 6″ pipes. Put them on just as snow started. Fortunately it worked. On the way to Lowe’s I stopped at ATT. There is no cd for installing drives for their 3G. So I haven’t figured any way to use the TinyBook wifi mini laptop. So I need a full sized laptop & might send the Tinybook to paulie. My local computer store has a used HP for 400. Might as well be 4 million. & there is a used motorhome near Atlanta, GA. 4000. Might as well be 4 trillion. So, anybody help me out? I need a solar panel too. Best thing is to write a comment here at IPR. I’ll try to check here like I used to. Can’t get email. The only other possibility might be to stop by my trailer! If you send a donation to paypal, let me know via IPR.

  2. Old Antifederalist

    Welcome back Robert. You missed a thread of over 500 posts, about some infighting in the Losertarian Party here in California. There was also a thread about greens and libertarians working together, that conveniently ignored the PLAS.

  3. JT

    Milnes, I’d love to pay for your life. Tell me how I can give you my credit card information and you can just charge anything you need to it.

  4. paulie

    So I haven’t figured any way to use the TinyBook wifi mini laptop. So I need a full sized laptop & might send the Tinybook to paulie.

    Sure thing. I’ll email you a street address that is a little more stable than my motel, but it’s still only good for a few weeks, so if you wait to send it check with me if it’s still the right one.
    And thanks!

  5. Howard

    A presidential candidate who can’t check email. YES!!!!!! MILNES IN 2012!!!! AMERICA!!!!!

  6. paulie

    I’m willing to give it a try, but I don’t want to post a physical address you can send it to on IPR. Do you have any way to communicate by phone or email?

  7. Robert Milnes

    I’m not like McCain who can’t or won’t deal with email. I don’t have the cash or credit to get a laptop or get my computer repaired. Howard.
    One way of looking at this could be if anybody wantsa to help paulie with his mini laptop situation can do so indirectly by helping me with my laptop situation. If I get a laptop & it is good enough for paulie, I’ll send it to him.

  8. Robert Milnes

    Just got back online to check reactions to my last comment. I see there are none. Amazing. I’m really discouraged. This basically seems to me like a finger wave at me. & paulie. Why doesn’t someone volunteer to send paulie a mini laptop? & bypass me. His personal issues with laptops has been thoroughly discussed in IPR comments. Hasn’t paulie more than deserved that? I think so. & why hasn’t anyone contributed to my campaign or donated on my websites? My positions are fairly clear. I think PLAS/FET can win in 2012. NO ONE agrees? Or is willing to put some $ in what they believe on this issue? Today I made the first payment on this TinyBook. I’m looking at about a year of payments, maybe 2. I really can’t afford that at this time in my life. But on the other hand it might be worth it to send TinyBook to paulie if only to make the rest of you look bad.

  9. Robert Milnes

    Great. No further comments. On to other things. OK. There are 2 intensive surveillance methods I am involved in recently. I’ve already described the TV technique. An operative can observe a person near the TV through the TV real time audio & video. Via the antenna input/cable/satellite.
    Second, satellite radar. Goes righty through buildings, roofs, walls etc. Overhead angle does not allow facial recognition. So the angles are taken advantage of. Everybody is probably profiled & if fitted, surveilled. Probably everyone invcolved in IPR.

  10. Robert Milnes

    Probably all anchors at MSNBC and WCAU-TV NBC 10 in Philadelphia have been observing streaming video surveillance of me. Of course that violates my 4th amendent rights. I doubt if I’m the only one.
    Again, I need a laptop & motorhome. Urgent.

  11. Unknown

    This all sounds good… but is Carl Paladino pro 2nd amendment, anti-gun control legislation, removing the state wide continuation of the automatic weapons ban that has already expired at the federal level? Obviously I’m pro 2nd amendment. This isn’t the only issue I’m stuck on, but its a big one for me as a voter. I want the ability to carry concealed to protect myself and my loved ones. I don’t need more restrictive laws that tell me I can only have an unrestricted carry permit if I carry large sums of cash. My life is worth more than any “large sum of cash”.

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