Johnson, Goode and Alexander on the John Stossel Show

Here is a link to the video of Virgil Goode’s (CP) appearance on The Stossel Show. Here is Gary Johnson (LP). Here is Stewart Alexander (Soc).

Here is a link to a discussion of the show which aired last night (13 Sep 12). The show was dedicated to the discussion of third party candidates.

14 thoughts on “Johnson, Goode and Alexander on the John Stossel Show

  1. Jed Siple

    It was a great show! All three candidates had some great ideas (and not so great ones). They treated each other respectfully while still challenging one another. It was a great example of how politicians SHOULD behave.

    Was very disappointed in Dr. Stein not showing up. Hello! Free media coverage!

  2. give-me-liberty

    @1 – That was the one thing that really surprised me and still has me stumped. Even if Stein had something scheduled it’s stupid to pass up national TV coverage.

  3. J.D.FARGO

    I WAS VERY IMPRESSED BY ALL THREE CANDIDATES MY PERSONAL CHOICE IS VIRGIL GOODE BUT HE WILL NOT BE THE BALLOT IN MY STATE , WIL HOLD MY NOSE AND VOTE FOR ROMNEY

  4. Andy

    If only 3 candidates were going to be on the show, they should have picked Jill Stein instead of Stewart Alexander.

  5. Jed Siple

    Yes, there were originally supposed to be 4 candidates, but Stein inexplicably passed up on the opportunity after originally agreeing to the interview.

  6. Andy

    Is Stewart Alexander on anywhere close to enough state ballots to have even a theoretical chance at winning the election? I seriously doubt it.

  7. JamesT

    Goode is so disappointing. Even Chuck Baldwin was against the drug war and wanted it left up to the states.

  8. just saying

    @8 Theoretically, you only need to win one state to deny anyone an electoral-college majority and throw the election to the US House to win it.

  9. NewFederalist

    I find it flabbergasting that Jill Stein would pass up an opportunity to appear on Stossel. Yes he is a libertarian but he gives non-libertarians an even break on his show. If the LP fails in PA I was planning to vote for her as opposed to not voting in the presidential race but now I don’t know.

  10. Dolorous Dan

    My respect for Stein has gone down a few points. (it reminds me of WAR or Barr refusing to be in the same room as people that actually have a brain)

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