Tuesday, March 18, 2008

LPPa/NJLP Libertarian Candidate Debate 3-15-2008

This debate featured 9 candidates seeking the Libertarian Party's nomination for President of the United States:

Jim Burns
Daniel Imperato
Bob Jackson
Michael Jingozian
Alden Link
Robert Milnes
George Phillies
Wayne Allyn Root
Christine Smith

Master of Ceremonies: Ken Krawchuk
Expert Panelist: Michael Badnarik

After watching, please take a moment to answer the poll question on the right.


Mark said...

Poor quality on the video

Anonymous said...

Christine Smith gets my support for the Libertarian nomination for president! She won this debate, as she has won most others. She seems to be the only Libertarian who is behind Republican canidate Ron Paul. I have thought of voting Republican this election if Ron Paul gets the nomination, but it seems unlikely that he will get the Republican nomination. If Ron Paul does not win the Republican nomination for president, and if Chistine Smith gets the Libertarian nomination, I will vote for her. It is too bad that she can't debate against John McCain, or likely Democrats Borack O'Bama or Hillary Clinton. She would destroy these folks. She is my woman for president. You go girl!

Anonymous said...

Best delivery was Wayne Allen Root. George Phillies was a close second. I liked the message of Christine Smith the best.

Anonymous said...

Without a doubt, Christine Smith won this debate. She has my full support and the support of many others around the country. When she gets the Libertarian nomination, I will vote for her.

Anonymous said...

If you look closely "millionaire REPUBLICAN" Wayne (World W.A.R. III) Root is studying notes so he won't fall flat in front of LP members. The self proclaimed libertarian CONSERVATIVE is NOT quailified to head the LP ticket at this time. STOP World W.A.R. III from destroying the LP. Let him be educated for 4 more years.

granite said...

One of the best debates so far. I thought Badnarik's "unification" question was the best of the debate. I'm very glad it focused on the campaign and not nitpicking over issues. We need to focus on a real campaign and stop looking for perfection (b/c we won't find it and we're killing ourselves over the search). I thought Imperato, Root and Jackson did an excellent job. Smith definitely stands out and is clearly unafraid to speak her truth. I was a little disappointed that Jingozian kept needing to refer to his notes. This is gonna be a tough choice in Denver.