Barack Obama Can Debate Bob Barr

With the recent proposal of Senator John McCain to postpone the first presidential debate, it is clear that the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) has no authority.

"For the past several elections, candidates have used the CPD as an official buffer to keep competition out of the two-party presidential contest," says Libertarian Party presidential nominee Bob Barr. "McCain publicly proved with his announcement what we've been saying all along: The candidates call the shots as to when to debate, where to debate and who to debate."

McCain Already at Odds With GOP Platform in Supporting Bailouts

"Senator John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin should read the platform of their own party before making a plan to deal with this most recent financial crisis," says Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party nominee for president. 

"The GOP platform clearly states that it is opposed to government bailouts and market regulation," explains Barr.  "However, McCain and Palin are in favor of the bailouts if they come with market regulation.  Apparently, being a 'maverick' means favoring 'big government.'"

Barr Campaign Statement on Texas Supreme Court Ruling

"We are disappointed with the Texas Supreme Court’s denial of our request to have the Secretary of State abide by the law and remove the names of Senators Obama and McCain from the election ballot," stated Russell Verney, manager of Bob Barr's presidential campaign, following the Texas Supreme Court ruling.

U.S. Should Talk to Iran, Says Bob Barr

"While the Bush administration has steadfastly declined to engage in talks with the government of Iran, five former Secretaries of State - Republican and Democrat - recently exhibited a great deal more judgment and understanding of world affairs in calling for actual talks with Tehran," Libertarian Presidential nominee Bob Barr says.

“Talking does not mean sacrificing U.S. interests.  Rather, talking is a means to further U.S. interests,” Barr explains. 

Barr on Ike: “Let the People Go Home”

"There is something inherently wrong with the government forcibly keeping people away from their homes and property," says Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party's nominee for president, in response to th