Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Not Happy with McCain or Obama? 3rd Party Presidential Candidates Debate Thursday Night

Interested in voting for a President who is AGAINST the bail-outs and puts the interests of the average citizen over the interests of global corporations? Well, you will have a chance to hear from at least two of them tomorrow night- one from the right and one from the left.

Free and Equal is pleased to announce that CSPAN will be covering (Thursday) night's debate LIVE from 9:00pm to 10:30 EST (8:00-9:30 Central). Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin and Independent candidate Ralph Nader have confirmed their participation.

Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party nominee, has declined to attend due to scheduling conflicts. The invitation to debate remains open.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Moore,

Would love your comments about the new Arkansas poll that is out. (I am talking about the issue questions. I could careless about the questions about candidates.)

If those numbers are true, its over. This country is headed for real trouble. Even a third party candidate is pointless.

5:36 PM, October 23, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Link?

6:55 PM, October 23, 2008  
Anonymous Rick said...

I think we are headed for some really tough times unlike we have seen since the great depression.
We will have the Democrat Party in control of the congress, senate and WH in DC. The sad part is I am not sure they can do much worse than we have seen the last 4 years.

In the past I listened to Larry Burkett on financial matters. He predicted 10 years ago we would see a financial collapse within 20 years. This could be the start. Whats your opinion Mark?

7:19 PM, October 23, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://new-www3.uark.edu/ARKPoll/

8:30 PM, October 23, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Things aren't looking really good, are they?

I guess we should prepare ourselves for hardship and world irrelevancy.

8:57 AM, October 24, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Anon 5:36

I believe the poll numbers are essentially correct. They under-polled men and blacks, but not enough to seriously skew it. They also seemed to under-poll Republicans in the 3rd district a little. My guess is that their 3rd district calls were Fayetteville-centric, a liberal oasis.

Still, the support for the lottery and opposition to the child protection proposals was so lopsided that the bottom line will be as they are saying it will be, whatever the margin.

People are so morally adrift that they call evil good and good evil- just as discussed in the scripture.

So is the problem the population? Partly, yes. Too many of them lack the virtue to sustain freedom. They are uninformed, yet opinionated- and they do not wish to trouble themselves to be informed.

They are personally corrupt, yet they somehow expect their politicians not to be, even when they vote for moral reprobates because they are "more comfortable" with them than with some up-tight Christian dude who takes all that sin stuff seriously. They vote for hypocrites or the wicked and then are shocked to discover that the immoral people they handed power to are screwing them over!

Now we should pray that God will have mercy on us because we are the first generation to be media-saturated, and the media has fallen into the hands of radical secularists, whether its FOX or CBS. We simply have to find a way to beat the media. They can drown out every truth we tell with 10,000 lies until people accept the lies and dismiss the truth as crazy. What you see playing out in our economy is the result of that very madness- people dismiss the truth as "fringe" or "nuts" even while the lies they have bought into are bringing our way of life to an agonizing end.

You are right about the third party, in the sense that our problems are more fundamental than that. We need better families and churches. That is foundational, and it is out of order to proceed to the party when the family and church are so out of whack.

Any third party that will do any good will likely spend some time in the wilderness, that is to say not winning elections, but representing ideals that get stronger. It will do it in conjunction with spreading the message that the political answer is that there is no political answer. Government can't do all these wild things for you that they are promising you, but it can spend you into poverty and take away your freedom trying.

So we have a virtue problem, and we have a problem because we don't know how to self-rule with a mass media owned by global elites manipulating the population. We need to work on those first.

5:39 PM, October 24, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Rick,

I bought Larry's book, "The Coming Economic Earthquake". It sounded good but he underestimated how conniving the globalists could be in keeping the scam going. The dollar became the world reverse currency, and that combined with outsourcing to ever-cheaper labor areas kept prices artificially low.

I know it seems like deflation now, but I am convinced that there will be one more bubble, and that bubble is the currency itself. Once it blows up, we are going to see the hyper-inflation Burkett spoke of.

The extra dollars being pumped in went from tech stocks to commodities to housing, causing bubbles in each of them in turn. Now we are entering a "dollar bubble". It won't last long. The politicians will not let us into a depression without first hyper-inflating.

I think this could be way worse than the Great Depression, because back then we had a lot more stable families and everybody knew a farm they could go "home to" and raise their own food. Young people now have no idea how to raise food and no one to teach them. They also have a lot less morality to disaude them from attempting to use force to get what they want in a breakdown of government.

One note about gold and silver, they claim the prices are down, but if you want to take actual possession of your gold or silver, the price is much higher than if you buy into a pool. That tells me people are concerned that the gold and silver people are over-leveraging too, and that if called on it they can't really deliver. The difference in spot price and possession price is a measure of uncertainty of institutions to deliver. Gold and silver are not really down much, just the confidence in the financial people to deliver it is down- and likely for good reason.

5:53 PM, October 24, 2008  

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