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Gary Johnson's Darwinistic immigration stance would greatly harm the Third World and the U.S. (Red Eye, Gutfeld, Schultz) - 06/22/13

... shows former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson yet again supporting very bad immigration policies. See his name's link for past examples. On the video, Johnson says among other things: "We're getting the cream of the crop when it comes to workers from Mexico... And I am speaking having been a border state governor. These are hard-working individuals, that are just in pursuit of the American dream...

Fox News/Youtube GOP debate, September 22, 2011 (Perry, Romney, Bachmann...) - 09/22/11

... Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, and Gary Johnson. Note that the last two major debates didn't include Johnson. Suggested reading: debates for past examples of bogus debates; popular voting systems for an explanation of the flawed system Youtube uses to choose the questions that are asked; Youtube corporate and Google corporate for past bogus debates they've been involved in and their other political...

GOP debate open thread: Monday, June 13, 2011 (CNN /WMUR /New Hampshire Union Leader) - 06/13/11

... King as the moderator. Note that Gary Johnson was not invited to the debate because he wasn't considered a viable candidate. See the CNN and King links and the posts on the debates page for coverage of past debates. It would literally be insane to think that this debate will be any different from past CNN debates, which have featured weak questions that don't hold policy makers accountable....

Gary Johnson is still incredibly wrong on immigration (GOP debate) - 05/06/11

... of former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson, you already know that he's incredibly wrong on immigration. If you haven't been following along, see his name's link for my detailed discussion of why he's wrong, such as the questions I asked him on Twitter that he refused to answer. (If you're wondering why I'm wasting my time on someone who stands no chance, see the third paragraph here). And, for...

My brief Twitter chat with Gary Johnson on immigration - 04/25/11

... shows the questions I posed to Gary Johnson on Twitter today when he conducted a live chat. Obviously, accusing him of not replying wasn't a smart move, but my Twittering setup isn't ideal [1]. On the other hand, when he did reply it wasn't exactly to my questions and he didn't respond to my follow-ups. It was just an hour and lots of other people were asking him questions, so the reader is...

Immigration questions for Gary Johnson - 04/25/11

... current U.S. presidential candidate Gary Johnson is wrong on immigration. Now, based on the video below and his past statements, here are some questions for him. If Johnson appears in your area, I urge you to go out and ask him one or more of these questions on video. Then, upload his answer to video sharing sites; see the question authority plan. Obviously, Johnson stands no chance whatsoever...

Gary Johnson wants to "loosen" child labor laws; Ben Mankiewicz lies (Young Turks, ThinkProgress) - 04/25/11

... what former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson said, and Johnson (not surprisingly) supporting bad policy. Part 1: The video at peekURL.com/vpxnhbs features Mankiewicz falsely claiming that Johnson wants to "end child labor laws" based on an interview that ThinkProgress shot with Johnson (see that video here: peekURL.com/vmBCZCT ). On the second video, the most that Johnson says is that he wants...

Gary Johnson's immigration position disqualifies him for president or anything else (Our America Initiative, New Mexico) - 06/23/10

Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson started the "Our America Initiative" last year, possibly as a precursor to a presidential run. He's a libertarian and that means two things: a) he might as well save his donors the money because he's never going to get mainstream support, and b) he's wrong. How he's wrong about immigration will be discussed below. First, here are two snippets showing his...

David Brooks: this is the Tea Party Decade (the Idiocracy is nigh) - 01/05/10

... like Marco Rubio of Florida and Gary Johnson of New Mexico, are unofficially competing to become its de facto leader. If they succeed, their movement is likely to outgrow its crude beginnings and become a major force in American politics. After all, it represents arguments that are deeply rooted in American history. Please compare that with our tea parties summary. While the "partiers" might be...