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Governor -- good to see you.
-- eight that you have a a -- in expressing yourself that always makes people you know kind of perk up from pay attention what's this what's his reference to the crips -- the -- to games.
Well because that's what they are they call themselves parties while I shoulder definition of the word party they're not a party -- parties.
A joyous occasion.
Let's call them what they are good day eggs their political gains benefit and I -- the demo crips from the Republicans because.
The street gangs the -- their colors are blue.
Democrats -- blue.
Republicans are Republicans.
They're like the -- school.
What's the -- -- read what's a red state a Republican state.
So there are no different from the street gangs only these guys -- Brooks Brothers suits.
And -- are actually more dangerous because.
The street -- shall we effect of -- bomb of people whether located at.
The Democrats and the Republicans.
Very affecting everybody in this country by what they do.
-- -- think.
It about TV -- today you know when that Jamie Dimon went up before congress to the -- senate banking committee the other day.
It was testifying about the losses at JPMorgan and so forth.
And yet so many members of that banking committee.
Every -- large donations from JPMorgan Chase and and I was thinking of your comment where I saw it you were quoted as saying something about.
Senators and congressman should Wear NASCAR.
Tight outfits with all the patches on the -- -- -- sponsored by.
But not -- mall presidential candidates are these two parties should be required to Wear NASCAR -- just like Jimmy Johnson.
That way we use voters can be informed.
Who -- them.
Who's gonna get the -- from them what corporation today is gonna benefit from this politician.
And remember -- -- they've built an entire system based upon the concept of bribery.
If you bribe them you get what you want now if we do bribery in the private sector we go to jail for it.
What you -- One of them.
-- -- you were Apollo and I want you where you were -- -- as you were a governor she -- and I'm sure you had people come do you say governor how can I contribute to -- Well first of all let me state -- I made more money in my four years -- office in with my salary that I race to become governor.
I only raised 300000.
I accepted no pac money.
No special interest money it was all fifty and 100 dollar donations from regular people and I actually made more money -- four years I was an office.
Then what I CNN but -- but the offer what you do tell -- one other person acted -- What do what did you do with the person -- did -- your -- governor candidate you have an idea view world.
You know a big donation here -- quake so -- when I call -- -- might my phone call.
Millard never good or bad at all do judo or -- for years and offer side never met one time with a lobbyist.
Not once they didn't elect me -- what about you do talk to them for.
So you are every year an independent guy it and in values you take great pride in that.
Why is it it seems like so many people the run for office they started off -- a staffer.
SO lawyer they've worked their way up they decide to -- it's their turn to run for office are all kind of from the same cut from the same cloth.
-- -- we -- -- how're we going to change says to the we have the independents out there that that a lot of us really really like to say.
Well again referring to the gangs that's how you rise up in the -- first you have to be a prospect then you become a gang member.
Then you work your way up to a daring -- -- -- and eventually maybe you'll become gang president.
She what I mean -- set up by debacle was the street gangs.
You gotta give you've got a -- your book here about the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
And I I get data mean a lot of favorites are done and people that you know call up and asked for.
For special legislation all that.
But the but the reality nobody is is that the government has set up all kinds of programs for the -- we're spending more money on on social welfare that we ever have before.
Wait a minute if you want to compare welfare -- social welfare -- this big corporate welfare is this bid take a look at the statistics.
Corporate welfare social welfare pills -- -- the corporate welfare.
Him you know the whole thing about money let's look at this aspect you know the last recession were -- right now.
Of -- lost wealth from this last recession right yup the wealthiest billionaires.
Increased their wealth five trying to -- -- you -- worth tech way to fuel worth ten billion dollars you're now worth fifty -- -- -- -- I suspect you're not against people getting wealthy.
No not at all.
But one night but what 99%.
Of us lose wealth.
And this upper little wealthiest wealth games are -- are you are you -- ninety's or orchestrated how you would not nicer center are you'll want mobile and Occupy Wall Street guy.
-- -- Absolutely because all occupy wall streeters saying his Wall Street quit biting our politicians.
They're pleading for our politician that's not to succumb to -- bribery.
All right so you've got -- you've also got a chapter in here called Ron Paul a man for this season.
We now know the Ron Paul has sent out the email to his supporters saying I'm -- going to be able to get enough votes to be the nominate.
A lot of people called my ready to show -- very bad because of the fact that I acknowledge reality I think Ron Paul acknowledges reality.
What what I saw from Ron Paul was he he changed the conversation.
But he hasn't changed the system and only he got about 10% of the vote so what -- proposing.
-- about these bloods and crips and everything else is that.
90% of the country is saying I'm fine with a 10% went with Ron Paul.
They're -- -- -- only because being stream media makes them fine with it.
And because they believe there's no other choice is let me plead with the Ron Paul people to do what I'm gonna do.
I am going to vote for governor.
Our governor Johnson Gary Johnson you know Robert -- -- -- not absolutely.
Absolutely no idea why would you voted for a Democrat over a dollar to why don't you just vote for -- Obama -- -- that effectively what you're doing you're throwing aren't one shot you know you are wrong Tom you're supposed to vote for the candidate vote your heart and vote your -- should not and horse race that you -- -- -- no matter how you look at the perfect face -- on all I got -- vote.
I'll -- -- some bloggers -- vote for someone what you know -- -- I couldn't win either.
I heard that B yes they said that I'd Jesse Ventura can't -- -- -- lo and behold general Tibetan reality or reality and wife and -- government skip Humphrey.
Does what does Johnson have up for -- Of winning.
Absolutely if everybody votes for him.
That's not gonna have to -- -- starts at -- -- Jesse Ventura have a prayer to win.
Because you words bear in Minnesota you had a track record and you and you and you had a good campaign.
Johnson -- -- -- John Thain.
Gary johnsons -- governor of New Mexico I'll say they're -- all the people out there.
If you read my book and you still vote for a Democrat or Republican -- you deserve what you get.
Don't complain -- -- -- joy as you watch our country fall.
Because chapter two -- who stands with me.
I'm not having these political -- eggs.
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams I quote them in the book read the book can find -- listen I mean a you know would you and I are very much a kindred spirit and I think a lot of other people are too and that's why so many people are becoming independents they're -- The Republican a Democrat party.
Well let me say -- us if if you if you voted Mitt -- you're getting Gordon -- A guy -- all we dogs loose with Bain.
Is invade corporations rape and pillage our Mittal because dollar -- -- -- people agree on how -- -- The now you wanted to be glad to know lending -- outlandish and ridiculous -- -- You know the two party system is outlandish and ridiculous.
I would like -- -- -- -- by Al we'd like.
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