It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that Swing! Website: http://www.newmenu.org/swingvoter Cultural events promoter living in Denver, with family in Tucson. Bicycle commuter,…
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Candidate for President of Arizona (Green)
Sorry. I don't think I'll make it to the beer summit. I plan to be too drunk to find my way to the airport. However, I might reconsider the invitation if Project White House agrees to send a limosine with a fully stocked bar to pick me up in Denver and drive me to Tucson.
I strongly disagree with my position, and I would like to challenge myself to a debate. :-)
My comments about Newt Gingrich's marital infidelity were intended to be partially satirical. (Although I was quite serious about my deep and abiding faith in the Flying Spaghetti Monster.) The problem with the satire about Newt Gingrich is that it's based on the faulty premise that he sought to have an open marriage.
Here's what actually happened in the South Carolina Republican Presidential debate. Congressman Newt Gingrich admitted that he lied to his second wife for six years while having a sexual affair with a Congressional staff member who was twenty years younger than him, at the same time that he was supporting the impeachment of Bill Clinton for receiving oral sex from a White House intern. However, Gingrich vehemently denied allegations by his second wife that he had asked for an "open marriage" after cheating on her for six years. Southern conservatives applauded Gingrich for being a lying, cheating hypocrite who angrily denied that he had ever tried to be open and honest. Dan Savage had an excellent editorial in the New York Times about Gingrich's angry denial. Gingrich's position, and the public support that he has received, demonstrates that it is more socially and politically acceptable to be a lying, cheating hypocrite than it is to be open and honest.
While I generally approve of Richard's proposal to deport all Republicans, I would plead that an exception be made for Republican presidential candidate Sarah Gonzales. At least give her the chance to switch her affiliation to the Green Party after the February 28th primary.
The religious right cultural warfare agenda is largely about districtions from reality. The anti-gay, anti-immigrant, anti-woman, anti-sexual agenda is a distraction from real issues. Abortion, sanctity of marriage between one man and one woman, deporting illegal aliens, the fake war on drugs, sex "scandals" in the media, flag burning amendments, the Pledge of Allegiance, school prayer, mindless "support our troops" patriotic rhetoric used to get people to cheer for crimes against humanity, etc. These are all distractions from reality.
Sarah is by far the best major party candidate for president. She has an excellent and virtuous campaign platform. As an admirer of many vices, I would be pleased to serve as her vice president.
Here is a videotaped version of my announcement speech:
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Register with Arizona's Green Party by January 30 and vote for a new political reality in the Green Party's Presidential Preference on February 28. Vote Green again in November.
"It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got Swing!"
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