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SUBMISSION | Interview with Libertarian Presidential Candidate Joshua Rodriguez

Joshua Rodriguez, a computer scientist from Arvada, Colorado, is seeking the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination for the 2024 election cycle. Thanks to BIGJAYXXX, a social media commentator and interviewer with a focus on third party candidates, for hosting and submitting this content. You may find more of his content on YouTube.

Rodriguez ran as a Democrat in the 2022 election for Colorado’s 8th Congressional District before declaring as a Libertarian and shifting his focus to Colorado’s 4th Congressional District. Previously, he ran for the Unity Party nomination in the 2020 US Senate election in Colorado. Per his Twitter, this interview is the premiere of his campaign.

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  1. George Phillies George Phillies January 24, 2023

    Tell us about firing the people who matter, civil servants. Firing Congressman and Supreme Court Judges also works poorly.

  2. Anastasia Beaverhausen Anastasia Beaverhausen January 24, 2023

    “They are accustomed to being able to fire people who disagree with them and as politicians they can’t.”

    LOL – let’s count how many cabinet members Donald Trump blew through.

  3. Jim Jim January 24, 2023

    The other problem with business leaders as Presidents is that, as business leaders, their goal is to maximize revenues. I don’t want the government trying to maximize its revenue.

    Steven Berson – They’re trying to boost their personal profile. There is precedent for failing at a Presidential bid and landing a spot on the national committee as a consolation prize.

  4. George Phillies George Phillies January 23, 2023

    As a general statement successful company Presidents make poor elected politicians. They are accustomed to being able to fire people who disagree with them and as politicians they can’t. An obvious exception would be people who passed through companies with heavy unionization, e.g., Hollywood, where firing is challenging.

  5. George Whitfield George Whitfield January 23, 2023

    I agree with you Anastasia. He should run as a Libertarian candidate for lower level offices first. That will provide him with proper tests of his abilities and loyalty.

  6. Steven Berson Steven Berson January 22, 2023

    Why does a constant parade of people with zero national level name recognition and no record of either holding even a local elected office or major accomplishment in the private sector always seem to think that they are top of the ticket material for 40+ State level ballot access third parties?

  7. Anastasia Beaverhausen Anastasia Beaverhausen January 20, 2023

    So he’s been in three parties in as many years. .. excuse me for thinking the crowning jewel the LP can offer – our Presidential nomination – should go to someone who’s been around for more than a few minutes and proven they’re with us for the long haul.

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