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Right to twenty days out of both candidates better look out because the guy who could knock them out is here -- wasn't even in.
And eighties today and Obama -- nominee Gary Johnson.
Gaining some support at some pivotal states in -- he's on 48 state ballots and that could swing the whole race whether -- wins we expect the ads in those states.
Governor good to have you.
It's great to be here and -- I'd like to think I'd be offering up the truth side of all that said that that you know look we have well couple weeks ago we have a debate over who's gonna spend more money on Medicare when we have to slash Medicare spending.
It's a benefit that you and I pay thirty dollars foreign get a hundred dollar benefit by extension.
We -- 30000 dollars and to a benefit that we collect a 100000 dollars for so it's not says Johnson kill Medicare not kill it's no but balance the federal budget now on that's one of the part one of I'm gonna I'd promised to submits a balanced budget to congress in the year 2013.
Couple that with eliminating.
Income tax eliminating corporate tax replacing of one well -- federal consumption tax one federal consumption tax in this case I'm embracing the fair tax I think that's the -- and candles but it's still on the economy.
No I think go tens of millions of jobs get created in zero corporate tax rate environment -- mean you -- or Obama and Romney.
Sparring over a couple of points when it comes to -- if you -- of the debate last night well what is.
It was really unbiased.
I'm -- ground -- -- -- much ado about nothing and I really thought that it was how to was one sided against Romney and I thought that.
And running at some terrific points when it came to dollars and cents a study crushed Obama when it came to dollars and -- seem to get an economic issues mostly one.
Estimate I think it's I think -- given a handle little.
No I think it.
I think you've given a head to head with a Romney I think I beat Romney on dollars and cents if given a head to head on Obama on not.
Social issues I think I beats Obama on socialists is.
Why depending on the state governor do you.
Hurt one or the other I want to get a New Hampshire reversed.
We -- on the ballot where you -- and erase the debt has the two major candidates almost even.
It didn't either way to the other guy.
The same as of of these other states are looking at Florida Nevada Colorado.
Here's the traditional argument -- hurt Mitt Romney more than you do Barack Obama.
So five states and actually put this to the -- hand New Mexico.
And Nevada I take more votes away from Obama.
Michigan North Carolina take more votes away from Romney so at the end of the day really it's gonna end up being taking away from both candidates.
And I'm making -- -- like -- 2000 what Ralph Nader was he was barely a blip but in Florida he might afflicted.
Well so how many how many states -- I flipped for Romney because they take votes away from Obama I mean it's the it's the same situation don't buy the argument that you -- more states hurting Mitt Romney did the president.
I -- I take more -- you know you know what I'm believing is is that if people vote their conscience of people vote for the person that they think is really gonna do the best job and I'm making that case that that's me.
That ultimately that's how we change the system is voting for who we believe in -- as opposed I think you you could cross that does to.
And three quarter percent percent threshold Ralph -- the question is -- you ever get.
The 19% I think in 99 -- do that Ross Perot ox.
Well if I was in arguably right now -- 56%.
-- me -- on that -- out -- let me point out the obvious do you hear my name every six times you -- Obama's -- 45 times.
Not even -- did not even remotely close -- if I was just given the -- that I've burden to this point I think that might be the next president of the United States because of that.
Focus on what I have done I problem is we have several third party tenants have a Green Party right yeah over there well what do we have to coalesce around about a third.
Well no -- think that this is speaking with that broad brush stroke I think the majority of Americans are fiscally responsible I think -- socially except thing.
Now where does that get represented by either the Republicans -- Democrats -- Cuts are horrible on dollars and cents Republicans I think are horrible when it comes to civil liberties.
And they are not so good in the categories that they're supposed to be good up.
The debate that ended the other night between Ryan and Biden Ryan says hey we're gonna increase spending by 3% they're gonna increase spending -- four and a half percent.
What's the big deal or -- am I am -- It is we're generalize -- zero -- Biden -- creep -- -- all creeps me out it was one of those said the -- house said the review was one of those it was one of those debates that if you listen to it on the radio I think you might have come away believing that Biden won but we're watching it on television Freddy -- smile.
It's horrible there introduce.
Governor of commodity imperative to see the right biblical point but it was -- -- -- me.