Virgil Goode says don’t discount him in November

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Goode remains focused not on tipping the scales but winning it all. Which he told WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall he was confident could happen.

“We’ve got to give people fed up with Obama a choice,” Goode said, “if the persons want a true change, a return to grassroots Americans having a say in government … than they should vote for Virgil Goode.”

Romney, in his eyes, is no better than the President, “Romney is like Putty,” according to Goode. If elected, the Constitution Party candidate warns that the Republican nominee would lead Congress down the wrong path when it came to key issues, especially immigration.

Read the article that features the interview at WMAL: Virgil Goode Says Not To Discount Him In November

Virgil Goode is a former Congressman from Virginia’s 5th district. He is one of the only members of the House to serve as a Democrat, Independent, and Republican. Virgil Goode is running for President as the Constitution Party nominee.

4 thoughts on “Virgil Goode says don’t discount him in November

  1. NewFederalist

    Nice sentiment but NOT being on the ballot in states like Texas and possibly Illinois and California as well as Oklahoma, North Carolina and Vermont (so far) makes the bluster seem a bit like … well … just bluster.

  2. R. D. Holland

    If Goode had the Republican nomination, he would beat Obama in a landslide. “But if a frog had wings”… I know, I know. What I would really like to see in Obama, Romney, Goode, Johnson and Stein in a live debate … and why not throw Ron Paul in there, just to mix things up?

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