5 thoughts on “Rocky Anderson on the Dylan Ratigan Show (MSNBC) January 17, 2012

  1. Deran

    As much I like the idea of rocky Anderson for president, I have my doubts and concerns. A month ago rocky Anderson was listed in various places (Facebook for instance) as seeking the nomination of the Justice Party, last week it is announced he has been nominated by the Justice Party. Without any explanation of how that occured?

    I realize the California primary for the Green and Peace and Freedom Parties do not actually select those parties nominees for California, but by not even attempting to run in one of those primaries I don’t see how he will be on the California ballot? Unless Anderson is very wealthy and is going to hire a small army of signature gatherers?

  2. D. Lou Shenoll

    I do wish he could get some ballot access. I think he could pull some support from Obama. CA’s 55 EC votes is over 20% to the 270 needed. The Peace and Freedom Party would help their cause (and his) to nominate Rocky Anderson.

  3. paulie Post author

    I tried to get in touch with them about ballot access. In all fairness they did call me back once, but the guy handling it is in France, and I didn’t want to run up an international phone bill on my cell.

    I emailed him back letting him know that my email access is better now – or – he could pre-arrange a time to call me at my motel when I’d be there. That weeks ago and I have heard nothing whatsoever back.

  4. Michael Cavlan RN

    Here is my presidential candidate.
    Rocky Anderson is on the ballot in California for the Peace and Freedom Party primary race.

    He has three other challengers. Given the undemocratic nature of California, this is how Nader got on the ballot there 2004.

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