Battleground Pennsylvania: Barr in, Baldwin out

It appears Bob Barr will appear on the Pennsylvania ballot, while Chuck Baldwin will not.

The Barr campaign notes that the McCain organization in Pennsylvania tried to use tactics against the Libertarian Party that John McCain called “Stalinist politics” when George W. Bush used the same tactics against McCain in New York during the 2000 campaign.

“I would never consider, ever consider,” McCain said during his 2000 campaign, “allowing a supporter of mine to challenge [an opponent’s] right to be on the ballot in all 50 states.”

Suffering from memory loss, Senator?

Meanwhile, Ballot Access News notes that on September 12, U.S. District Court Judge Yvette Kane denied injunctive relief to the Constitution Party of Pennsylvania, which had been suing to get on the ballot. However, it added: “Since the case only denied injunctive relief, not declaratory relief, it is still alive.”

5 Responses to “Battleground Pennsylvania: Barr in, Baldwin out”

  1. (gravel not neocon barr) Says:

    The American Ruse &
    when Black Friday comes.

    Honesty or lies?
    Compassion or greed?
    Intelligence or narrow-minded?
    Guts or go along to get along?

    Ralph Nader
    Cynthia McKinney

    Ron Paul
    Mike Gravel
    Dennis Kucinich

    Jesse Ventura
    H. Ross Perot
    President Carter

  2. The Democratic Republican Says:

    wow…your post is as dumb as your ideas. What you say makes no sense.

  3. DebbieKat Says:

    Made sense to me.

  4. disinter Says:

    PA just barfed.

  5. William Says:

    Well, I’m sorry if Baldwin doesn’t make the ballot in PA, mainly because that gives the voters there one less choice. That said, I’m not a big fan of Baldwin myself.

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