Alternative Presidential Candidates Talk
Manchester, New Hampshire
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Lesser-known candidates of the 2012 presidential election participated last month in a forum hosted by the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College.
Thirty-five lesser-known candidates who filed with the Secretary of State for the 2012 New Hampshire Presidential Primary made opening statement and respond to questions. They discussed and debated the economy, government regulations, energy and foreign policy.
New Hampshire will hold the nation’s first presidential primaries January 10, 2011 with 30 Republicans and 14 Democrats from 26 states on the ballot.
watch via C-SPAN
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Democracy Now! interviews Buddy Roemer, a candidate who is on the Republican ballot in New Hampshire, but has not been invited to this weekend’s two Republican debates — or any of the past 16 debates — even though he is a former governor of Louisiana and four-term member of Congress. Roemer’s campaign is unusual in the Republican field: He has refused to accept campaign contributions more than $100, rejected all donations from political action committees, and has made campaign finance the key plank in his platform. He has also endorsed the Occupy Wall Street movement. “[President Obama] gets elected and he says he wants change, but he takes all his money from these same corporations who don’t want change,” Roemer says. “Special interests control Washington — I’ve been there.”
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Daily activities of the Occupy Vermin Supreme movement for the 7th day of January 2012.
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