President Mike Gravel! America here is your chance!

by Mr. Charrington on April 29, 2007

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“President Mike Gravel also supports the Fair Tax, which would terminate the Internal Revenue Service and corporate and individual income taxes, replacing them with a 23 percent national sales tax on all new goods and services. Each month, taxpayers would receive a check to offset the tax on basic items such as food and medicine.”

One of the candidates in the 08′ presidential debate was actually speaking the Truth for a change.

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Mr. Charrington 04.29.07 at 5:36 pm

This guy is awesome. Finally a candidate stands before America and the other canadidates and tells it like it is.

“You want honesty? I’ll give you honesty – you can’t take the truth.”

This guy is the right candidate for president.

Gdog 04.30.07 at 12:44 am

I think he may be a little too fanatical. Not only is a person like this scary because they don’t care what anyone else thinks, they’re also not likely candidates because they’re an instant outcast by other politicians. You saw the way he didn’t attack one person, but he attacked them all? This is likely to draw group retaliation which would bite him in the ass. He doesn’t seem to know how to systematically pick his battles, which to me is not a good sign.

Unfortunately, even if he has good things to say, his unrestrained attitude coupled with demands for dramatic policy change makes it easy to have him fingered out as a nut job, which I think they’re already doing.

Although, I’d love to sit back and watch what changes the world would experience after putting Gravel in office, I’d be equally scared by such a man in power. Dramatic change is unpredictable and dangerous. Seems to me like he’d leap first based on principle without thinking about consequences. Though a very interesting guy and though I’d like to see MORE candidates address issues head on instead of dancing around them, I doubt he’d ever have a real chance.

Sad that there’s no one one with the balls to stand up against the current administration the way Gravel does but maybe with a little more balance. If Gravel weren’t so dramatic and unrestrained, he actually might have a chance.

rex 05.14.07 at 5:00 pm

Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, and Ron Paul should together create and lead the New American Century!!! All the other ‘hopefuls’ are just a boring replay of all those usual puppets serving the military-industrial complex controlled by Jewish extremists and christian fundamentalists.

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