That's the number it would take to erase the deficit right now. That's why we're bankrupt"); bringing our troops home, particularly from all peaceful countries (he thinks it's absurd that we have tens of thousands of troops in Europe); and "rebooting" the federal tax code with a "fair tax" that would abolish the entire IRS ("Imagine that!
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Needless to say, I’m no longer friends with this person.
Dude had serious issues with women and trust and I did not need anymore negativity and baggage in my life.
And his socially liberal cred—the only pro-gay pro-choice Republican candidate—is unmatched even by some Democrats. Doesn't even mention that he is Gary Johnson, presidential candidate.
(Of course, while this could be an asset in the general election, it's a bitch of a liability in the GOP primary.) Even the backstory had a self-made charm: Born fifty-eight years ago in Minot, North Dakota, the son of a tire salesman turned teacher and a mom who worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Johnson started a one-man handyman operation when he was 21, grew it into a construction company with a thousand employees, and sold it in 1999 for about $5 million. "It didn't have the same connotation at the time," he swears. Just politely forks over two credit cards—one that belongs to the campaign (to pay for Matt and Brinck's accommodations) and one that is his own (since he is paying for as much as possible with his own money)."Aw, shit," says Gary. Then the clerk gives him a coupon for a free Econo-Lodge breakfast in the morning. I appreciate that."The man is frugal beyond belief.
(When a reporter asked him, after he gushed about how great New Hampshire voters are, if he says the same thing in Michigan, he replied, "No, Michigan's the worst.") He finds presidential politicking of the sort we've grown accustomed to—slick, scripted, focus-grouped, how-does-the-hair-look—to be "absolutely phony." Another thing you need to know: He was never supposed to be the fringe candidate, and his campaign is no lark.
Before he officially declared, he visited thirty-eight states—on his own nickel—to get a sense of whether he'd be a viable candidate.He likes to think he spends his own money (he says he's worth about million) the way he'd spend the country's money: Pay only for quality and don't waste a cent.Like, for instance, stop pissing away money on border patrols and erecting fences and walls across the Mexican border, and let immigrants earn work visas "and actually contribute to our economy." And while he's on the topic of wasteful spending, he says there'll be no pleasure trips to the Vineyard on Air Force One. "Looks good." Then he lifts the bike and carries it up the steps. ") and would tax consumption, not income, "because it's, well, fair."He squeezes the tires.He has a long jag with several young guys in Ron Paul T-shirts, who tell him that they like him a lot but will probably vote for Paul, even though he has not appeared at Porcfest.