Tag Archives: Personal Choice Party

Jay unlikely to run for president again

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel today has a feature on this year’s Boston Tea Party presidential nominee, saying that “when he loses, Charles Jay loses big. … The number of votes Jay won in the three states in which he was on the ballot — Florida, Colorado and Tennessee — topped 2,300.… Read more ...

Duke University columnist slams third party candidates

In his column for the Duke University Chronicle, Drew Everson takes a caustic look at some third party presidential and vice presidential candidates:

  • Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin “believes no non-American citizens should be able to own any property or asset in America. Only Americans are allowed to own America.
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    Jay writes about Barr’s impact on race at BetUS

    Presidential candidate Charles Jay, in his capacity as a writer for BetUS.com, examines how Libertarian Bob Barr’s campaign may impact the results of the presidential election. Jay writes, “Whereas in the past the concept of libertarianism, which places a heavy emphasis on fiscal conservative and drastically reduced government, combined with a social liberalism that is also rooted in less government ‘legislation of morality,’ could be counted on to draw a considerable amount of support from both Democrat and Republican-leaning voters, Barr seems to be taking dead aim at the conservatives who are not satisfied with Republican candidate John McCain, which have been a concern for people in the GOP from the start.… Read more ...

    Charles Jay on the issues

    Charles Jay has an attractive new Web site up for his bid to capture the White House in 2008. The site lists Jay as the candidate of the Utah-based Personal Choice Party, but he will also be vying for the Boston Tea Party‘s nomination, this coming Sunday.

    Here’s an abbreviated look of where Jay stands on the issues:

    Taxes: Jay is against the graduated income tax, and says he sees “user fees,” a national sales tax (excluding “necessities”), or even a flat tax on income as offering a “step in the right direction.”… Read more ...

    Charles Jay on third party presidential field

    Charles Jay, noted here today as a contender for the Boston Tea Party‘s presidential nomination, wrote an article on May 30th for BetUS.com assessing his potential opponents. Jay’s article is very inclusive of which candidates he discusses, as opposed to more typical articles which discuss only the “major” third party candidates.… Read more ...

    Rumor: Charles Jay, Tom Knapp to head Boston Tea Party ticket

    An anonymous source says that Charles Jay — former candidate of the Utah-based Personal Choice Party — is seeking the Boston Tea Party‘s presidential nomination, and is likely to get it. The same source says that BTP-founder Thomas Knapp has been approached to run for vice president, and Knapp — who’s also running for Congress as a Libertarian — is giving it consideration.… Read more ...