From Cody Quirk at American Third Party Report:
John Richard (J.R.) Myers lives in Alaska and works as a behavioral health professional. He’s on the ballot as a candidate for the American Independent Party in the California June 7th primary and as a write-in for the Independent Party of Oregon for President of the United States. He’s exploring write-in ballot access for 10 states. Failing to achieve the Constitution Party’s nomination in Salt Lake City last month, he continues with his candidacy because he has a message that they aren’t necessarily supporting.
custom essay writing toronto 200 mg viagra blog professor essays pelvic inflammatory disease case study vip transaction pharmacy cheap viagra reviews 193 dth 24 b kamal kunj mumbai india http://websites.suagm.edu/prinnovationportal/?erectile=using-clomid-for-pct multiple thesis cialysis viagra tablets cost thesis topics neuroscience see follow url homopathic viagra go here homework help live chat nonprescription viagra au thesis acknowledgement sample wife viagra like drugs in india source site poster presentation layout source site http://www.thegamesshed.com/3727-handbook-for-writers-of-research-papers/ follow site creative writing rubrics grade 5 https://phcoct.org/cost-of-viagra-at-walmart/ http://www.conn29th.org/university/business-statistics-case-studies.htm https://comedyhype.com/essay-c-apply-texas/ get a lavitra script https://alsrideforlife.org/programs-assistance/6781-green-viagra-reviews/17/ buy clomid without prescription uk JF: Tell me what your message is.
JRM: In general, I do support a return to our Judeo-Christian values and the rule of law based upon our Constitution and Declaration of Independence. In particular, I oppose unauthorized wars which are usurping Congress’s authority by the executive and damaging a lot of our relationships around the world. As part of the ongoing wars, I would also include the war on drugs, which I believe has created a prison industrial complex that is a self-sustaining entity that is destroying lives, and families and communities around the nation. It’s certainly a threat to our Constitution. It’s a war against our liberties, basically. As all the unauthorized wars are, war is against human rights and individual dignity and liberty. I oppose those things vehemently, which would not necessarily be supported by the National Constitution Party, at least the end of the war on drugs. I’m not a prohibitionist. I think that alcohol required a limit to the Constitution for prohibition, then so too any other substances. I believe that substance use is a right reserved unto the people and to the states. That’s a big difference there…
To read more of the interview, click here.