Presidential Candidate: Don’t Waste Your Vote On A Republican Or Democrat This Year
People in the united States falsely believe they have to surrender and vote for the “lesser of two evils” from the two dog bowls the two political parties and mainstream media condition them to choose from despite the fact that neither has any intention of upholding nor defending the Constitution. However, a vote for even the lesser of two evils is still evil. Yet, there are more than 1,100 candidates to choose from when it comes to voting for president. One of those is Don Blankenship. He is the presidential candidate from the Constitution Party. For 170 years, Americans have been voting for a Democrat or a Republican. Blankenship says that for 170 years, Americans have been voting for a Democrat or a Republican. Don’t Waste Your Vote On A Republican Or Democrat This Year. He joins me in this episode to answer some questions regarding what a Blankenship administration would look like.
The following was submitted by Don Blankenship as an addition to the interview.
Government response to global warming has been mired in controversy. Are nations doing enough to curb the crisis, or are they overreacting? At the center of this debate lies the United States. Many believe the gridlock in Washington has prevented the U.S. from taking a meaningful leadership role in the fight against climate change. The producers of the documentary Regcession take a different view. For them, the actions of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have only worked to line the pockets of emerging Green Movement industries while placing the nation’s economy at risk with oppressive and profit-crushing regulations.
The filmmakers contend that the U.S. is undergoing more than just a periodic recession. Amidst a tidal wave of crippling regulations, businesses are forgoing national duty by moving overseas for the promise of greater profits. This mass exodus has decimated the U.S. economy, and fostered a culture where it’s acceptable for American-bred companies to abandon their own. The film asserts that these same attitudes are reflected in the U.S. government’s assumed role as the world’s policemen. They borrow money from foreign nations for the benefit of interests outside of their own country, mire themselves in wars that fatten the bottom lines of international corporations, and bail out auto manufacturers who continue to produce 70% of their vehicles overseas.
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