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Is Gary Johnson just like the rest of the candidates? http://ow.ly/cwZYD

Maceo Robinson

What a load of crap! The efforts of the major media outlets have failed. Gov. Johnson is being seen on the major networks, msnbc for example. His videos are getting wide play on the internet. He hit over 1 million hits on Google. He is on the ballot in all 50 states and nationally read internet news and opinion outlets are talking about Gov. Johnson's participation in the presidential debates. www.garyjohnson2012.com.


I strongly disagree with you. Gary Johnson is NOT an “unknown to most of America.” Please watch his Fox interview: http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/gov-johnsons-interview-on-your-world-with-neil-cavuto.,
His interview on msnbc: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skDCRqMaAcY&feature=fvsr. Interviews on The Daily Show, The Colbert Report and his own Gary Johnson Channel. These are only a few.

Do you think no one is watching? It’s because I watched an interview that I will vote for Gov. Johnson in November.


This sounds like someone doesnt like the fact that he's getting noticed. The major polling organizations that dont include him have failed not only him but America. I am voting Gary Johnson, my wife, parents, and siblings are too. I have informed 50 people just myself about this man and had them sign a petition after doing so. (3 declined) He may not win but if he doesnt its not his fault, its the lack of coverage and BIG money thats not supporting him. He wants to restore our country to what it was meant to be. FREE! Live Free America! Vote Libertarian this one time with all of us and enjoy a more secure nation!


I'm afraid a vote for Johnson equates to a vote for Obama. I wouldn't vote for Puff Daddy any more than I would vote for Barry.

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Milan Simonich writes about New Mexico politics and government from the Santa Fe Bureau for the Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Partnership.

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