Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Calls requested for Obama's PA offices for debate inclusion

As Bush invited Perot into the debates and as Reagan invited John Anderson to debate, Barack Obama can demand that Bob Barr be included in the debates.
So here's the task:

Pick up the phone and call 267-886-8591.

"Hi my name is __________ and I'm calling to request that Senator Obama invite minority party candidates Bob Barr and Ralph Nader to participate in the upcoming presidential debates. Could you please leave this message with the head of your office, Jesse Thomas?

Send me a note at feedback@bobbarr2008.com and let me know how it went.


Anonymous said...

John K: You supporting Barr now? What happened to all that support you had for Paul?

Mark Rauterkus said...

Earth to John K:

Ron Paul is not in the race any more. He didn't win the R nomination. Fact. History. Done. The 2008 race goes on without him.

Barr is a Libertarian and he is not happy with the bailout -- as am I.

Barr is not happy with the war mentality -- nor am I.

That's what happened and what happens.

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Mark Rauterkus said...

I've supported Rs. I've been a R on the ballot in 2001. I'll support Rs again if there is a deserving candidate and campaign.

Lots of my good friends are Rs.

Sadly, the Rs do NOT have the grass roots nor does the part offer any type of support. Generally, the Rs are a sink, politically. Like John K's comments.

Ron Paul pulled more new money to the Rs than was there.

Can can call names elsewhere.

Mark Rauterkus said...

It is all about 'power.' And the power should NOT reside with government. Rather, the power resides within rights and with the people.

The base is 'freedom' and 'liberty.' That's the base of our society.

I agree that many institutions should be "damned." I don't want to cave to corporations. I don't want to have the principles of bureaucrats prevail.

There are no worthy principles of institutions. Rather, institutions/organizations/corporation/entity has the driving principle of survival.

The principle to promote is freedom and liberty. Those are part of every element of what is really desired.

If some Wall Street firm needs its principles to be bailed out -- for a lack of principal -- go figure.

This is funny and deleted:

>John K: You supported Paul because in your heart it is all about power and your acquisition of it. You need access to a base and the money it provides. And you will do what you have to to ensure you get it. Prinicples of that institution be damned. You are a hypocrite and now a liar.