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A Press Release issued by the Libertarian Party

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Alternative Voice Needed in Final Debate

The presidential and vice-presidential "debates" are awful. The bloviating is excessive; the substance is minimal; and the moderating is bush league.

Virtually no one has been satisfied with the debates so far--except perhaps Barack Obama's campaign staff. The less substantive and contentious the debate is, and the less interesting the discussion--the better it is for the political front-runner, but not for the American people.

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Time to Appoint Judges Dedicated to Constitutional Liberty

“The Supreme Court has begun another term, and it again possesses a full docket of critical cases,” observes Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party candidate for president. “Judicial appointments are one of the most important issues in choosing the next president, but we don’t need conservative or liberal justices.  Rather, we need justices committed to the Constitution, with its stringent limits on government power and strong protections for individual liberty,” Barr explains.

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Bush Administration Hypes Danger to Justify Intervention

"The Bush administration once again misled Americans into believing extreme danger was imminent and extraordinary U.S. government intervention was required to save our country," says Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party's presidential nominee.  "And, once again, the intervention of the Bush administration has made things much worse."

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Economic Chaos Increases After Congress Passes Bailout

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Will Sens. Obama and McCain Claim a Piece of this Rotten Fish They Helped Produce?

Congress passed the $700 billion Wall Street bailout on Friday, supported by both Senators John McCain and Barack Obama. The U.S. stock market promptly dropped. Over the weekend the financial crisis threatened European banks, and stock prices across Asia and Europe tanked.

So much for the argument that the bailout was necessary to calm the markets.

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Barr Blasts House for Caving on Bailout Bill

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Senate, White House Pressure Trumped Principle for 58 Members

“It didn’t take much to buy a House vote, only about $130 billion in so-called sweeteners,” says Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party candidate for president, referring to the 58 members of Congress who changed their vote from 'no' to 'yes' in support of the bailout bill.  “So now the House has joined the Senate in taking $700 billion-plus worth of Main Street’s money to bail-out Wall Street. Congress spent money it doesn’t have to get reluctant members to vote even more money that they don’t have."

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John McCain’s Actions are not Bipartisan, They are Bipolar

"Sen. John McCain claims he can provide leadership, but he panicked in the face of cries that the sky is falling from Wall Street investors who made bad investments, and the taxpayers are going to pay over $700 billion for his lack of leadership," says Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Bob Barr. 

"Sen. McCain claims he will change Washington by eliminating 'earmarks', but he just voted for more than $103 billion dollars of bold-faced earmarks," says Barr.

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BARR: No more government guarantees

Just one week ago, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson was demanding that Congress grant him unprecedented, unreviewable authority to spend $700 billion or more to bail-out Wall Street. But in a major rebuke to the administration and to both the Republican and Democratic congressional leadership, the House voted down the 110-page plan that emerged from last weekend´s frenzied — if not unseemly — effort by Mr. Paulson to salvage a bailout deal.

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Barr Praises House for Rejecting Wall Street Bailout

“Few people thought it could be done, but members of Congress listened to the people rather than the establishment to vote down the proposed $700 billion bailout of Wall Street," notes Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee.  “Their courageous action gives us a chance to start over.  Our starting point should not be a government bailout.  It should be a market work-out,” says Barr.

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Congress Should Vote ‘No’ on Bailout, Says Bob Barr

“The leaders of both the Republican and Democratic Parties are rushing ahead with their $700 billion bill,” says Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party candidate for president.  “Without a single hearing and without considering other solutions, Congress is preparing to put the typical American family on the hook for more than $8,000.  Legislators in both parties need to stand up for the American people and say no,” says Barr.

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The Bob Barr Counter-Debate

While Senators Barack Obama and John McCain exchange stump speeches in Mississippi, Libertarian Party presidential nominee Bob Barr will be adding his take to the issues that impact all American citizens.

"Pretending there is only a Republican or Democratic proposal to solve the challenges our nation faces ignores the voices of millions upon millions of Americans who are sick and tired of partisan posturing," says Bob Barr.

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