Do you agree with protectionism (trade regulations that benefit American businesses)?

27% (175 votes)
17% (107 votes)
56% (358 votes)
Total votes: 640

The "Other" Debate

The New York Times (at least their blog), has dedicated a little space to a proposed last-minute debate among third-party candidates.  While the article does little in terms of actual reporting (they confirmed McKinney "will also be there, according to her website," without actually lifting a phone to call the campaign), it does do a great deal of speculating.

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Bob Barr Moves Presidential Debate into 21st Century


Barr to Participate in Real Time, Virtual Debate With Obama, McCain at

Using the latest advances in campaign social networking and Internet communication, Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Bob Barr will be participating in a real time, virtual debate during the televised debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain.  Barr's virtual debate will be streamed live over the Internet at beginning at 9:00 p.m. [EST]. 

Our Newest Ad

Dear Libertarian Supporter,

Last week, we talked told you about our first radio ad that we began running nationwide in this last month before the election.

Your feedback was overwhelmingly positive, and we wanted to let you know some of the comments we received from you:

Will McCain come back from his drop in the polls?

23% (207 votes)
18% (161 votes)
59% (533 votes)
Total votes: 901

Will McCain come back from his drop in the polls?

28% (7 votes)
8% (2 votes)
64% (16 votes)
Total votes: 25


Libertarian Party of Illinois Candidate Forum


Start date: 
Saturday, October 25, 2008 - 1:00pm
End date: 
Saturday, October 25, 2008 - 3:30pm
Time Zone: 


Northern Illinois University
Dekalb, IL 60115


The DeKalb County Libertarian Party will host a candidate forum, and Libertarian Party informational event at NIU in DeKalb. We will hold it at the Holms Student Center in the Lincoln room. The event will open at 1 PM and run till 4 PM. Below is a link to a map of NIU Buildings, #36 is the Holmes Student Center

Is McCain intentionally stoking the flames of racism against Obama?

35% (253 votes)
12% (91 votes)
53% (388 votes)
Total votes: 732

The Republican Case Against the Republican Party

To be sure, Senator Barack Obama is certainly to the left of Senator John McCain; however, it's not a stretch to say that the real John McCain has more in common with Barack Obama than he does with his own party.  In fact, McCain frequently drew the ire of his party for many of his supposed "maverick" votes in the Senate.

Do you see much difference between McCain and Obama?

35% (654 votes)
10% (196 votes)
55% (1019 votes)
Total votes: 1869


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