Independent Presidential Candidates 2012 : Part 1

   I was born in the South and when I turned 21 years old, I registered to vote as a member of the Democrat Party.  This was in the 1960’s.  It gave me an opportunity to see how corrupt the Democrat Party was.  Sometime in the 1980’s, I changed my party affiliation to Republican.  It gave me an opportunity to see how corrupt the Republican Party was.  Finally in the middle 1990’s, I changed my party affiliation to independent.  I was sick of both the Democrat Crooks and the Republican Crooks. 

I have often wondered how the Democrat Crooks and the Republican Crooks manage to nominate such totally incompetent fools.  It must work something like this:

DEMOCRAT PARTY HEAD CROOK:  ” I would like to thank you fifty faithful Democrats for expressing your interest in seeking election to the U.S. Senate or governor of this state.  After an extensive I.Q. Test, it turns out that 45 of you have an I.Q. greater than 100.  Therefore, I deeply regret that you 45 individuals are not qualified for the support of the Democrat Party.  Congratulations to the 5 with an I.Q. below 100.  You are fully qualified for the full support of the Democrat Party.”

REPUBLICAN PARTY HEAD CROOK: ” I would like to thank you fifty faithful Republicans for expressing your interest in seeking election to the U.S. Senate or governor of this state.  After an extensive review of your financial knowledge, it turns out that 45 of you lack sufficient information and can not set up a shell corporation outside of the U.S. and then transfer vast sums of money into my personal bank account in Switzerland.  Therefore, I deeply regret that you 45 individuals are not qualified for the support of the Republican Party.  Congratulations to the 5 who qualified to receive the backing of the Republican Party.”

   Therefore, it seems clear to me that the American People need to select an independent party candidate to challenge the Democrat Crook and the Republican Crook in 2012.  With the U.S. economy in the worst shape since the Great Depression, it might be a good idea to select an independent party candidate who can stabilize and modernize our economy so our economy works for all of the People. It might also be a good idea to select an individual who can improve American foreign policy throughout the world.  A just taxation system, and a reduction in our disgraceful unemployment numbers, can only be achieved by an independent candidate.  America must also safeguard our natural resources and create an immigration system that is both fair and just to all Americans.  And finally, we must restore a Constitutional Democracy to our great Republic. 

   In part two, I will make suggestions as to how we, the People, can achieve this.

                                  R. Van Conoley

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