FreedomWatch, 6.13.2011: Gov. Gary Johnson

Since CNN decided to exclude former two term New Mexico governor Gary Johnson from the debate last night based on his record poll percentages, I thought it might be prudent to put up his interview earlier yesterday with Judge Napolitano on FreedomWatch.  For those that don’t know anything about Gov. Johnson, he is the republican businessman who was highly successful (like Herman Cain but with political acumen and no connection to the Federal Reserve), cut New Mexico’s state budget by 10%, and was elected and re-elected in a predominately democratic state because of his record.  Besides being a former governor and businessman, Mr. Johnson is a triathlete, has climbed Mt. Everest, and left the State of New Mexico with a $1 billion surplus due to his record of vetoing based on cost-benefit analysis.  CNN definitely cannot have a young, robust, limited government type up on the stage showing up Hermain Cain and Mitt Romney.

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FreedomWatch, 12.17.2010: Those Wacky Libertarians

libertarianism
A political philosophy maintaining that all persons are the absolute owners of their own lives, and should be free to do whatever they wish with their persons or property, provided they allow others the same liberty

For those that still do not understand what Libertarianism is, the judge has an entire show explaining to the moos what libertarians believe, and if y’all put your emotions on hold for two seconds and really listen, then apply what you hear to the tenets of the Constitution, you may just find yourself moving closer to being a libertarian rather than something else (or you may find that you already are a libertarian).

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