Saturday, July 21, 2007

Four Candidates To Face Off Monday

Four 2008 presidential candidates will face off Monday on the Internet radio program This Is Politics. The candidates scheduled to appear are: John Bootie, Willie Carter, Richard Clark and Wayne Allyn Root.

John Bootie, a truck driver, is running as an independent but was a Republican until recently. He is running as a the "next Lincoln-Reagan" and as President he would "give General Petraeus a full and unfettered go ahead to fight terror anyway needed to WIN."

Democrat Willie Carter is making his sixth run for the White House, having run in every election since 1988. If elected he will "take the God fearing approach, addressing the needs of all the people of our nation."

Richard Clark is running as a candidate of the newly formed New American Independent Party. As President, Clark would "prosecute Mr. Bush and his administration for their crimes."

Nevada Millionaire Wayne Allyn Root has left the Republican Party as well and is running for the nomination of the Libertarian Party. He pledges that his first act as President would be to give the power back to the people. "It's your tax money, it's your government. I plan to return it to you," says Root.

The debate will air at 8:00 PM (EST) Monday on

1 comment:


That Clark guy seems like a real winner. There's a god reason why people like him will garner so few votes that they can coult them on their fingers & toes.