And here's another:
Actually, Dr.Jill's media is fairly free, of AGW bits. So I left several messages, on the Green page, and a couple of days later, ALL messages were gone. Jill doesn't do AGW or Mass Extinction Event 6.
I bet she's just getting arrested, at Fannie Mae and taking chump-change. The UK Greens have a big old AGW load, on their pages, but they don't have good biodiesel media.
So I'm for Gary Anderson, now.
I couldn't find much, when I went to the GP sites. Like I wrote, earlier, when I left comments, I came back to the GP site, and all comments were removed. Never do anything to my box of chockies, which you wouldn't try, on Forrest Gump.
But hey, she wants a "Green New Deal:"
Presidential Candidate Jill Stein | On Point with Tom Ashbrook
Jill Stein Event | North Coast Journal | Humboldt County
Jill Stein For President of the United States - Independent Political Candidate Directory
Environment: 2012 contenders' views
Jill Stein has the most modest list of proposals, of every last politician, at the above link, and none of them involve legal hemp or other biomass, particularly:
Green Party's Jill Stein takes a longshot at the presidency | Local News | The Seattle TimesGreen Transition Program: convert gray economy to green. (Jan 2012)
Environment & economy are interdependent; not at odds. (Dec 2011)
Sustainable transportation plus sustainable food supply. (Dec 2011)
$200M for 50,000 green jobs: address both supply demand. (Sep 2010)
Sustainable development; and ban genetically modified food. (Nov 2001)
Just go over to the GP site, and see if there is any serious substance, which would justify the GP burning down the comments a number of us put up. I just don't see it. If burning down a vote is gonna happen, I'll fire mine up, for Gary Johnson.
Even if Libertarians aren't much better, at least I've been staying away from them, long enough, so they won't ask ME for money.
I hate it when useless gits who won't even push an issue along ask for money.
Personally I hate many of Jill Stein's views/positions, probably worse than Obama's, with the exception of some of her opinions about the major parties and some of her thoughts on the environment. But on the other hand, what I hate just as much is that any liberal who has any true liberal principles would take her seriously and vote for her. The same applies to conservatives as it concerns Romney and Gary Johnson. Personally I think Johnson and Stein should be getting 15-30% of the conservative and liberal vote, respectively.
People on both sides will ignore the insincerity, hypocrisy and similarities of Obama and Romney and say "the candidate I REALLY like will never win, so I'm voting for ___." Or "a vote for Stein is a vote for Romney" or "a vote for Johnson is a vote for Obama." F*** that bullshit.
Last edited by Neomalthusian; 6th September 2012 at 11:14 AM.