Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Independents lost an opportunity by not embracing the Clinton's centrism of the 90's.

I found it surprising that most of the independent leaning candidates did not mention the Bill Clinton presidency of the 90's in their platform speeches. Bill Clinton reduced the federal operating budget the 8 consecutive years he was in office, and was the only president to do that in the past 80 years.

Bill Clinton is also the only president in the past 80 years to leave office more popular than when he arrived. Yet, all most independent candidates talk about is the constitution. The flaw with this thinking is the constitution was written before virtually any of the modern day amenities existed!

It becomes rather simplistic to say follow the constitution when during constitution tines there was no power grid, no gas grid, no sewage, no fresh water on tap, no agreed upon roadway standard and so on. It is unfortunate that republican leaning independents are above embracing what works, even if it comes from the democratic side of the political spectrum, and it is sad that democrats were too afraid to fight back against the Pelosi, Reid coup of 2008.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Don't Vote Latino YouTube Video sends a powerful message, but why not vote 3rd Party?

The Latino "Don't Vote" campaign makes sense. However, how about voting third party instead of not voting at all?

Friday, October 1, 2010

Where have all the INDEPENDENTS Gone, long time passing...

It seems to me that the mainstream media chose to make a huge deal out of tea party candidates that defeated republican candidates, at the expense of independent candidates everywhere. Who does the independent candidate get to battle between now and the November vote?

Unless an independent turns tea party republican candidate to face an existing republican candidate, (and to a lesser extent turning into a democratic candidate to face an existing democratic candidate), the independent candidate is ignored. The mainstream media has created a huge whirlwind around a few tea party candidates who won republican contests while ignoring true independents who may already be on the November ballot and have no one to "fight" until then.

If you go into the ballot box in November and next to the democrat and republican candidates you suddenly see a slew of independent candidates names, don't be afraid to vote independent.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Tennessee Guerilla Women: San Francisco Chronicle Endorses 'None of the Above'

This is HUGE NEWS! The San Francisco Chronicle Endorses "none of the above" in the Carly Fiorina vs Barbara Boxer California senate race. Maybe "independents day" is not that as far off as we are led to believe".

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Saturday, March 20, 2010

Hating the Democrats is not necessarily a good enough reason to vote Republican.

There is huge discontent with both parties right now. I believe the obvious answer is not to vote for either a democrat or a republican in the fall elections. Don't be afraid to "waste your vote" on a third party candidate.

Your vote is going to be wasted if you vote democrat or republican.

If not now, when?

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

If you truly believe neither the democrats or republicans deserve your vote, why not vote third party?

If you truly believe neither major party is worthy of your vote, then why not just vote third party? If not now, when?

Friday, February 26, 2010

Third Party Candidates, please pay attention, if your blog doesn't update on My Third Party dot com, you are just hurting yourself.

By simply checking My Third Party dot com, a political candidate can see if their website / blog is sending the proper feed out. As of now, several political blogs will simply remain listless and at the bottom of the column they appear in because they have left their web designer off the hook.

If I can't get your blog to update on My Third Party dot com, then maybe you don't have what it takes to be an elected politician. The coverage here is free. Even if your campaign doesn't know that I've added your listing to My Third Party, you can easily find out by doing a google search using your own web address in the search box.

Just sayin.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

The Fat Lady Sings for Keith Olbermann

Keith Olbermann was a key reason Hillary Clinton lost to Barack Obama in 2008. I think this article from American Thinker is a wonderful send off to Keith "Blabberon" Olbermann should his days be numbered.

I had read that Keith's salary was doubled as a "reward" for getting Barack Obama elected and MSNBC's ratings temporarily up back in 2008. The ratings have been on a downward slide since then.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Jake Towne Storms Ahead with powerful appearances on television, It is the year of the third party candidate!

Check out Jake Towne's television appearances by clicking here. This is the year of the third party candidate, third party candidates are probably the best way to clean house in the democratic party, and Jake Towne is gaining ground!

Go Jake!

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Should Politicians Wear the Logos of their Corporate Donors on their Clothing?

Having politicians wear the logos of their corporate donors is just a fantastic idea. It is so fantastic of an idea that I wonder how we could make it a legal requirement for members of congress.

Monday, February 1, 2010

WELCOME to My Third Party, the blog featuring Third Party Candidates and Candidates who denounce the 2008 democratic shenanigans by Reid and Pelosi.

It seems nowadays that neither the democrats or republicans have been able to retain the kind of integrity that most would expect. There is such a constant parrying for position that the whole point of becoming a politician has been lost.

To move ahead properly, My Third Party believes it will require righting the wrong of the 2008 democratic race. The most disturbing aspect of the 2008 democratic election was how quickly the democratic party wanted Hillary Clinton to withdraw from a race that was too close to call.

Another disturbing aspect was the media, led by Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews at MSNBC, and Arianna Huffington at Huffington Post, Jack Cafferty at CNN, and many many others, who felt it important to end the democratic race well before the democratic voters had had a chance to vote.

In stark contrast, John McCain had virtually no initial support of the conservative media, yet they did not actually try to bring him down either. The evidence is there, the democratic higher ups were more concerned with doing what they thought might help keep their own job rather than do what might be best for the running of the country.

So lets use this blog for two equally important purposes. Lets support third party candidates all over the country by listing their blogs on this page, and lets also reward any political candidate willing to publicly renounce the sneaky internal 2008 democratic tactics that has splintered the democratic party.