Compare your two choices this November

Compare the Candidates on the Issues

Featuring the three Presidential candidates who will be on the ballot in all 50 states

Military/Foreign Policy


Mitt Romney
  • Will continue the senseless, exorbitantly expensive military operations in Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Pakistan, Iraq, and Somalia, including drone attacks estimated to have killed over a thousand innocent civilians (including over 200 children)
  • Supports the “Bush Doctrine” of killing suspected members of anti-American organizations before they have committed any crime, fueling Al-Qaeda and Taliban recruitment efforts, and building Muslim hatred against the U.S.
  • Will increase military budget each year

Barack Obama
  • Will continue the senseless, exorbitantly expensive military operations in Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Pakistan, Iraq, and Somalia, including drone attacks estimated to have killed over a thousand innocent civilians (including over 200 children)
  • Supports the “Bush Doctrine” of killing suspected members of anti-American organizations before they have committed any crime, fueling Al-Qaeda and Taliban recruitment efforts, and building Muslim hatred against the U.S.
  • Will increase military budget each year

Gary Johnson
  • Will end all U.S. wars around the globe and bring the troops home, saving tens of thousands of lives and hundreds of billions of dollars
  • Will not order the killing or torture of people who have committed no crime, will end U.S. military terrorism
  • Will submit 2013 budget with 43% lower military budget
  • Will focus the military on defending the U.S. as is Constitutionally authorized, will end the CIA and military’s reign of senseless violence around the world

Economy/Budget


Mitt Romney
  • Will continue huge federal spending increases, racking up record deficits and staggering debt, destroying opportunity, killing the middle class and ensuring skyrocketing poverty levels, eventually resulting in a Greece-style meltdown
  • Will bankrupt Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and other federal programs with out of control, unsustainable spending

Barack Obama
  • Will continue huge federal spending increases, racking up record deficits and staggering debt, destroying opportunity, killing the middle class and ensuring skyrocketing poverty levels, eventually resulting in a Greece-style meltdown
  • Will bankrupt Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and other federal programs with out of control, unsustainable spending

Gary Johnson
  • Will submit a balanced budget to Congress in 2013
  • Will cut one trillion dollars from the 2013 federal budget, flooding the economy with “the tide that lifts all boats”– desperately needed capital to create jobs and opportunity for the poor and lower class
  • Will put Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and other programs on a path to sustainability

Civil Rights


Mitt Romney
  • Supports the PATRIOT Act
  • Supports NDAA (indefinite detention) and suspension of habeus corpus
  • Will leave marriage equality up to the states

Barack Obama
  • Supports the PATRIOT Act
  • Supports NDAA (indefinite detention) and suspension of habeus corpus
  • Will leave marriage equality up to the states

Gary Johnson
  • Will fight to repeal the PATRIOT Act
  • Will fight to repeal NDAA and restore the 4th Amendment
  • Will fight for a constitutional amendment banning discrimination against the LGBT community
  • Rated #1 among all candidates by the ACLU

Drug Policy


Mitt Obamney
  • Supports the “War on Drugs” that has led to the U.S. having the world’s highest percentage of its citizens in jails
  • Strongly opposes making marijuana available for medical reasons
  • Will continue to spend millions of dollars and federal resources with raids on medical marijuana dispensaries operating in accordance with state law

Barack Obamney
  • Supports the “War on Drugs” that has led to the U.S. having the world’s highest percentage of its citizens in jails
  • Strongly opposes making marijuana available for medical reasons
  • Will continue to spend millions of dollars and federal resources with raids on medical marijuana dispensaries operating in accordance with state law

Gary Johnson
  • Will legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana, rather than wasting money on expensive and futile prohibition
  • Will end the racist War on Drugs and adopt a sensible, humane drug policy that treats hard drug abuse as an illness, not a crime
  • Taking the profit out of the illegal drug trade will bankrupt and destroy wealthy drug cartels throughout Mexico and South America

Taxes/IRS/Federal Reserve


Mitt Obamney
  • Supports the world’s most complex and unfair tax system, costing the U.S. $400 billion a year in tax compliance, with loopholes allowing the top 1% to pay little or no taxes
  • Supports the IRS, an unconstitutional, privately owned organization operating outside Constitutional law
  • Supports the privately owned Federal Reserve in creating trillions of legal dollars and funneling it to a network of wealthy banking and financial corporations under a blanket of total secrecy, or lend it to the federal government with interest, thereby creating inflation, the “poor tax” that increases poverty and dependence on government programs

Barack Obamney
  • Supports the world’s most complex and unfair tax system, costing the U.S. $400 billion a year in tax compliance, with loopholes allowing the top 1% to pay little or no taxes
  • Supports the IRS, an unconstitutional, privately owned organization operating outside Constitutional law
  • Supports the privately owned Federal Reserve in creating trillions of legal dollars and funneling it to a network of wealthy banking and financial corporations under a blanket of total secrecy, or lend it to the federal government with interest, thereby creating inflation, the “poor tax” that increases poverty and dependence on government programs

Gary Johnson
  • Will fight to abolish the IRS
  • Will institute the Fair Tax, which would provide enough revenue to save needed government programs before they go bankrupt and infuse the economy with trillions in badly needed capital, bringing unemployment to all-time lows and creating unprecedented opportunity, eliminating most poverty in a matter of years
  • Will fight to conduct an audit of the Federal Reserve to provide true transparency of the Federal Reserve’s practices, establish clear Congressional oversight, and get the Federal Reserve out of the business of printing money and buying debt

Immigration


Mitt Obamney
  • Will continue record numbers of deportations

Barack Obamney
  • Will continue record numbers of deportations

Gary Johnson
  • Will push for a two-year grace period for illegal immigrants to attain work visas

Gap between Rich and Poor


Mitt Obamney
  • Will continue subsidies, tax breaks, “bailout” and “stimulus” programs for the benefit of Wall Street, wealthy bankers, and huge, well-connected corporations, helping the rich get richer and robbing the economy of desperately needed capital to create jobs and opportunities for the poorest among us, plunging millions more into poverty and government dependence
  • Will continue to route billions to major campaign contributors, will continue funneling taxpayer money to the wealthiest 1%, ensuring the gap between rich and poor accelerates

Barack Obamney
  • Will continue subsidies, tax breaks, “bailout” and “stimulus” programs for the benefit of Wall Street, wealthy bankers, and huge, well-connected corporations, helping the rich get richer and robbing the economy of desperately needed capital to create jobs and opportunities for the poorest among us, plunging millions more into poverty and government dependence
  • Will continue to route billions to major campaign contributors, will continue funneling taxpayer money to the wealthiest 1%, ensuring the gap between rich and poor accelerates

Gary Johnson
  • Not supported by or connected to Wall Street or big corporations, not beholden to special interests
  • Will end excessive spending, bloated stimulus programs, bailouts, unnecessary subsidies, and earmarks
  • Will fight to eliminate corporate influence in government
  • Will release trillions of presently wasted dollars into the private economy, creating tens of millions of new jobs and resulting in a booming, upwardly mobile economy where even the very poorest has a strong, excellent opportunity to rise to middle class and beyond through their labors

You have two choices this November.

Throw your vote away on one of the Obamney twins.

Or vote for real hope and change.


If you are going to vote, why waste your vote on the status quo?

Republicrat politicians retain monopoly power by brainwashing you on an extremely clever and evil lie: If you vote for a third party, the enemy will win, and things will be much worse, so you better vote for the “lesser of two evils”. Sound familiar? If the ruling Demoplican monopoly and complicit media have succeeded in planting this ridiculous fear in you, like a sheep you will vote for the elephant or the donkey as you have been programmed to do. That’s how the 1% retains control.

Read this post to find out why voting for a third party is the only way not to throw your vote away.

As far as I’m concerned, if you vote for the lesser of two evils, you’ve most definitely lost your right to complain. Because then you’re the cause of the country’s problems.

If you believe there is any substantive difference between the Obamney twins, the brainwashing has succeeded. Will you paint your face red or blue and scream at the other team like a drunk idiot at a college football game? Or, can you break free of this mind control and actually vote for someone who will make things better?

Gary Johnson, a two term governor, is the most qualified third party candidate in U.S. history. You have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of history this November by sending a shock wave through the Republicrat Party and loosening the grip of the 1% on the USA.

Or, you can throw your vote away on one of the Obamneys and get more of the same: more war, more death, more poverty, more riches to the richest, less human rights, and bankrupt social programs.

Will you be brave and seize the day? Or will you let fear control you?

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13 thoughts on “Compare your two choices this November

  1. Very clearly laid out. I think it minimizes differences between Romney/Obama somewhat. For example, Pres. Obama HAS been winding down our awful wars, while Mr. Romney promises to bomb the crap out of them evil Muslims. The Democrats have a historical record of balancing the budget when given a chance, the Republicans do not. Obama has made some limited progress on immigration reform – fought tooth-n-nail by the Republicans who promise to deport anyone with brown skin or a funny accent. I got nothing on your 1% thing and agree on that one, but Obama clearly does not support Citizen United and, from that perspective, at least wants some campaign finance reform.

    And while I like most of Gary Johnson’s platform, I do think it is pie-in-the-sky utopianism, not unlike Sen. Obama in 2008, right? It’s nice to say “I’ll balance the budget by cutting a trillion…” without being specific and noting the problems this will cause (massive increase in unemployment, for one). And there are understated aspects that I disagree with profoundly, for example, progressive taxation, which is a core part of all modern governments. Simplify the code? Absolutely. Flat tax? Nope. Bad idea.

  2. The idea that private sector create jobs is a very simplistic way to look at it. WE, the middle class, create jobs by going out and spend money. If the MC doesn’t have any money to spend no jobs will be create. Nobody will set up a shoe company if the demand for shoes doesn’t goes up. Most of the private sector is sitting on un-invested money because they don’t see a profit in the near future. while some other does invest…….in China! The erning’s gap between the CEOs and employes is another cause. Most of the profits are accumulated at the top, we the MC get the crumbs, if we’re lucky.

    • You’re right that customers drive job creation. But what I mean by government can’t create jobs is that they have to forcibly extract money from people in order to have any money to pay someone, where with a private company, they can afford to pay employees out of profits they make by providing a valuable product or service. In other words, companies pay people with money generated internally, the government has no money, so they can only pay Paul by robbing Peter.

      And you are right about the crumbs, if you’re happy with the crumbs vote for one of the Obamney twins.

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