Gary Johnson Excluded From CNN June 13 Debate In NH

By Chris W
The Libertarian Patriot

All I have to say is Whiskey Foxtrot Tango!

Citing his failure to meet "objective criteria", the Communist News Network has decided to silence the voice of Gary Johnson in their upcoming GOP Presidential Debate in Manchester NH on June 13.

This is total BS especially given the fact that the former NM Governor consistently polls just as well as invitee Rick Santorum. What this says to me is that CNN is the one to decide who we get to vote for. I'd even be willing to bet that if they could figure out how to keep Ron Paul out of the debate the would do it in a heartbeat.

At least Gov Johnson is taking the high road.
"I respect the right of CNN and the other sponsors of the June 13 New Hampshire Republican presidential primary debate to apply their own criteria and invite who they choose. It is, however, unfortunate that a significant segment of the Republican Party, and more importantly, millions of independent voters who might be Republican voters, will not have a voice on the stage in Manchester.

I wish the participants in the debate well. And I sympathize with the millions of Americans whose beliefs will not be on display in Manchester on June 13."
We can still make our voices heard. Whether you support Gary Johnson's candidacy or not, let CNN and the other debate sponsors, WMUR-TV and the New Hampshire Union Leader, know that you will not stand for their decision.

CNN
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2 comments:

  1. They are terrified of people like Gary Johnson. Not of his chances to be elected per se, just that his ideas might convince some Democrats and progressives to open their minds to rational ideas. Maybe a few Republicans will wake up for a change as well.

    What a pity, they are cowards.

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  2. Not a fan of some of his positions, but he should be able to be there.

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