Independent presidential candidate debate

Independent presidential candidates John Bootie, John Bowles, and Orion Daley will debate each other Tuesday, July 31st from 7-9 PM Eastern Time on the Daniel Myers Live Radio Program.

14 Responses to “Independent presidential candidate debate”

  1. Fred C. Says:

    So an ultra-conservative, a National Socialist and a heretic? Sounds like a party :D

  2. G.E. Smith the Capitalist Dove Says:

    Oh my God.. This is going to be an AWESOME debate! I can’t wait

  3. Trent Hill Says:

    wtf? John Bowles? The NAZI?

  4. matt Says:

    It’s like sending out a message about an upcoming interstate pileup.

  5. Anthony Distler Says:

    Which of three would be considered the moderate? Hell, these guys make Tom Tancredo look liberal.

    The debate between the ultra-conservative, ultra-ultra-conservative, and the “holy shit, now THAT’S conservative!”-conservative.

  6. Anthony Distler Says:

    Actually, look at Orion Daley’s web site, I wouldn’t classify him as an ultra-ultra-conservative. In fact, I have no idea what the hell to classify him. He doesn’t really talk about…issues.

  7. Fred C. Says:

    From the tone of Orion’s website, I would say his “Balanced Party” is the Natural Law Party with a liberal Christian edge instead of a liberal Hindu edge. At least that’s what I gather, I don’t really get his point either.

  8. G.E. Smith the Capitalist Dove Says:

    This is just too awesome to be true. I bet at least one of these degenerates will not be able to show up and thus, our Christmas morning will be missing at least one big present.

  9. G.E. Smith the Capitalist Dove Says:

    By the way, AD: Get ready for conservatives in denial to proclaim how Nazism isn’t a conservative ideology…

  10. Ben Miller Says:

    Both Daley and Bowles have canciled out on the debate and Richard Clark and Kelcey Wilson will be taking there place.

  11. Fred C. Says:

    I guess white supremacists really aren’t any fun :’(

  12. G.E. Smith the Capitalist Dove Says:

    Yep. No Bowles. No fun. Boo.

  13. Austin Cassidy Says:

    Yeah, Bowles is quite a trip… that would have made for an “interesting” debate.

  14. Roxanna Rhyne Says:


    “There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at
    the root.” Henry David Thoreau wrote that, and I believe it is referring to my
    candidate for the presidency - the only one who is striking at the root of
    America’s problems, Tom Millican.

    The freedoms of America laid out in America’s Constitution are worth defending
    regardless of the cost and it is, I believe, our duty to defend them against all
    attackers. Our freedom as spelled out in America’s Constitution is our
    inheritance from our Founding Fathers. It would be unforgivable of us if we
    should lose them by violence without a fight, or to be tricked out of them by
    those who dangle globalization in front of us.

    How many of you have lost your jobs do to these globalists? The globalists are
    working toward world-wide free trade at your and my expense. You and I have paid
    for globalization with the loss of our jobs, the very jobs that we planned our
    lives and our futures around. We believed that our elected officials were
    looking out for our best interest, but it was only their interest that mattered.

    Now they come back to us vowing to “change.” How can we believe them when the
    majority of those running are members or immediate past members of the
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