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  • commented 2016-08-25 14:21:34 -0400

    My name’s Nathan Brown, and I’m a reporter at the Times-News in Twin Falls, Idaho. Today is the deadline for independent candidates to file to be on the presidential ballot here, and I wanted to check and see if your campaign had filed and if you expect to be on the ballot in Idaho. My email address and phone number are included here. Thank you.
  • commented 2016-08-25 14:06:02 -0400
    Please update the “Jill Stein on the Ballot Map” post to show the updated map on the post to share, without having to click on it to see. For people who aren’t opening up/clicking on the link, they will see very few green states and it doesn’t look good. Can you Edit this post to have the updated, excellent looking map on the post for those who are busy and not clicking? It will inspire more people to consider voting for Jill if they immediately see that she is on the ballot in most states. Thanks!
  • commented 2016-08-25 13:54:01 -0400
    i entered my email 40 times. I just want to see your stuff…enough with the fact I cannot see your stuff without entering my email. Figure out how to go past this if you’ve already given your email multitudes of times. Once is enough.

    Believe me, I support you 110%
  • commented 2016-08-25 13:39:47 -0400
    A suggestion: when someone from the press asks—as exemplified during the recent National Press Club presentation—“how are you going to win when you’re only polling at 5%?”, Ms. Stein needs to strengthen her already good answer by saying to the reporter, “Do you agree with my policies?”. If the answer is, “yes”, then she should respond with something similar to, “then help boost me in the polls by giving me more media coverage!”
  • commented 2016-08-25 13:37:40 -0400
    Jill 2016

    Tax payer owned shopping centers.

    Remove capitalist profits.

    Consumers will save BILLIONS  ..TRILLIONS ?!

    This is truly an economic silver bullet!

    Tax payer owned non profit shopping centers will immediately create millions of good paying jobs.

    Donald Trump and his shallow minded supporters, need to realize raising free trade tariffs is not the answer, this will only increase consumer prices which are already at an all time inflated highest ever seen! 

    Inflated prices is a direct result of salesman greed. 

    With a tax payer shopping system, salesman greed is no longer present. 

    Remove buy and sell profits, and the economy will show great signs of improvement. 

    What right does the salesman have to destroy the economy with his greed? None.

  • commented 2016-08-25 12:54:42 -0400
    The editorial board of the Baldwin City Gazette (Kansas) was established on December 31, 2015. In it’s first endorsements ever, the paper jumped to a 100% accuracy in the Kansas primaries, Now as we approach the general election, we would like to ask each of the four candidates on the Kansas ballot in November a few questions. Based on the answer we receive back the editorial board will make an official endorsement. As a result we must receive answers to the following questions by September 30, 2016. The answers for each candidate will be published on BaldwinGazette.com prior to our endorsement. We hope you will take time and respond to these questions as soon as possible.

    Thank you,

    D. Kevin Surbaugh

    Editor and Publisher

    Baldwin City Gazette

    1) Why do you want to be president?

    2) The Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare) was to make insurance more affordable, but has had the opposite affect. What is your plan to fix the excessive cost of health insurance and healthcare?

    3) Several states have legalized medical marijuana and two states have legalized it for recreational use. Do you favor the legalization of marijuana nationwide? If so, to what extent?

    4) The local economy is important to our readers, will your campaign be investing advertising dollars in Kansas? In Missouri?

    5) What is your budget plan?

    6) Do you plan on raising or cutting taxes?

    7) Do you favor a tax plan such as the “fair tax” or “flat tax” that would eliminate the IRS bureaucracy? Why or why not?

    8) How do you propose to improve the public education system? As well as the budget for it?

    9) How do you propose to improve the life lives of/care for active duty military veterans?

    10) What is your plan to fix/improve social security, welfare and other public care programs?

    11) What is your stance on drug testing recipients of Government assistance programs?
  • commented 2016-08-25 12:51:48 -0400
    I’m not sure if I am allowed to do this, but I am going to ask anyway. I recently had to be put in the hospital for gall bladder removal. For 3 days, the hospital billed my insurance almost $40,000. Others have reported even fewer days with 2-3 times as much being billed! Our medical field is out of control. If I were to charge in my profession what they charge, I would be on the streets because no one would pay that. And yet, we don’t have a choice, do we? Why can’t the government do something about this? Obamacare is a joke – otherwise insurance companies wouldn’t be so eager to get out of it. But there are other countries who are thriving with much more reasonable medical legislations that prevent the medical profession from robbing us, the working citizens. I’m so angry by this right now, so I want to know what you all are going to do about it if you were to win the Presidential race?
  • commented 2016-08-25 12:47:42 -0400
    Reviewed your issues and platform. Did not see your call for reparations for the Black Nation. On the Ronald Martin show you stated that you would call for that. Hope I did not miss it in my review. Please point it out if I did. About to send a donation, But holding off until I see it in writing. Really embrace the idea.
  • commented 2016-08-25 12:35:36 -0400
    Sure it’s a nice gesture just by doing push-ups for disabled veterans who are committing suicide at alarming rate at 22 a day but we need to do more 4 the ones that are still here fighting with their own disabilities whether it be mental or physical disabilities take a deep look into my own cause for our disabled veterans .

    The time is now to get Hillary on board and stand up for veterans for this " Workresort’s "that I have come up with to make my two United States patents of utility combat pants should be made in America once again yes it’s unconstitutional that we make our military uniforms overseas are Postal Service uniforms uniforms are made in Bangladesh in Indonesia these are American jobs taking away from our veterans.

    Let’s make our military uniforms in America once again

  • commented 2016-08-25 12:18:19 -0400
    Tell everyone you know who lives in CO and surrounding states to tell everyone they know in CO and surrounding states to attend Jill’s rallies, marches, and speeches this weekend in Denver, Boulder, Ft. Collins, and Colorado Springs!!! Get out there at BUSY INTERSECTIONS and on INTERSTATE OVERPASSES with SIGNS and BANNERS to advertise/promote them so people know about them!!! WE NEED BIG TURNOUTS!
  • commented 2016-08-25 11:58:18 -0400
  • commented 2016-08-25 11:50:13 -0400
    David Gustafson’s Blog: Bonjour Amigos!

    August 25, 2016

    The (Evil) Banality of Celebrity


    If you live in a small town, everyone knows whether you take cream or sugar in your coffee as well as the names of your last two or three girl friends.

    And you know who are the best carpenters, electricians and plumbers to call on in an emergency.

    You have decent doctors and dentists because mediocre doctors and dentists have to hide themselves in the big cities where neighborhoods are disconnected from word-of-mouth.

    Small towns are the last surviving communities where kindness, wisdom and decency are respected and every person is a known quantity with a measurable reputation.

    However, most of us live in the noisy world of celebrity. Celebrity has nothing to do with kindness, wisdom or decency. It may have very little to do with personal accomplishment.

    It has everything to do with media face time. Once you have established yourself with some sort of face time with either the electronic or social medias, you never have to go looking for a job as an honest carpenter, electrician or plumber in order to support yourself and your family. You have media equity. You are a commodity media tongue waggers can wag about 24/7. You get paid for interviews. Advertisers want to cash-in on your name. You can name a price for your influence.

    The easiest way to establish some face time is as a boob tube actor or movie star. The next easiest way is to be a very successful entrepreneur or a criminal. Sometimes it is difficult to decipher the difference between the last two groups but this only goes to prove the old Hollywood axiom that there is no such thing as bad publicity.

    The path to Americans politics is paved with celebrity. This is a perfect fit since celebrity and politics have so very little to do with kindness, wisdom or decency. You can be a nut job, fruit cake egotist or an influence-peddling, dishonest, compulsive liar as long as you have celebrity.

    However, you must have a nice smile.

    In American, one of the absolute prerequisites to being a successful politician is to have a perfectly gleaming, toothy smile. Both of those drooling shit-for-brains, piss-flower imbeciles, George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama, have very nice smiles.

    Many European politicians need some dental worked and they would never succeed in American politics because Americans will vote for style over substance every time.

    This may help explain why America has not enjoyed a President of substance for over half-a-century.

    We will give the tragic John Kennedy a merciful pass and declare Dwight Eisenhower as being America’s last big boy President who carried himself with kindness, wisdom and decency in spite of his perfect smile.

    Since then, it has been a celebrity cat walk of dishonest, shit-for-brains piss flowers poking their heads out of every corner of the White House flower beds for the latest photo-op.

    Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton come out of the exact same seed catalogue that gave the world those two bunglenutz boyz of scant accomplishment, Whacky Bush Doodle and Snoop Dogg Barry Obama.

    Get ready for another four years of the evil banality of celebrity.

  • commented 2016-08-25 11:48:51 -0400
    I would like to understand more about your position on two issues. I cannot bring myself to vote for Mrs. Clinton, and I’m looking for a candidate to support. 1) You talk about law-abiding undocumented people. They are breaking the law by being here without permission. They should face no consequences? 2) I don’t know anything about the Online Piracy Act, but it sounds like it works against theft of intellectual property. Why do you oppose it?

    Thank you.
  • commented 2016-08-25 11:41:12 -0400
    Hello, when I try to support you and check out your info from FB it demands me to fill in my email. I say boooooooo. That is some controlling tactics used by the other side. I am losing respect for anyone that has bs like that. It is like going to a web page about whatever and having crude commercial pop-ups. If you believe in the freedom of people, stop making me give you my email. I already did in the first place, yet the tactics you use are very discerning for me.
  • commented 2016-08-25 11:40:39 -0400
    I am voting for Jill Stein. The more I listen to her, especially in the media, the more impressed I am with her. She is extremely well versed in all the subjects. However, I have an issue with the post on FaceBook. My friends have told me they do not want to put their emails down to find out more information on her, that they are curious but do not want to be bombarded with emails (or the chance of) Can you please not make that neseccary to read her posts and get the information they need to make their decisions.

    Thank you
  • commented 2016-08-25 11:38:04 -0400
    Hi Guys! You really need to stop insisting that people put in their email address in order to review your posts/meme/or positions. It is really off-putting. I and many others are sharing the hell out of your message, and this is detrimental to the cause. Thank you in advance for addressing this issue. Green In November!
  • commented 2016-08-25 11:33:50 -0400

    I am curious about the green party’s, and Jill’s, position on the Department of Homeland Security and whether FEMA should become independent once more.

    Thank You
  • commented 2016-08-25 11:08:35 -0400
    Im sure your heart is in the right place, but if you are pushing a socialist agenda, move to a socialist country….I think we see where a socialist game plan is bankrupting the European Union one country at a time. This country does not have a socialist framework…take your platform to a socialist country. You’re just muddying up the waters. I’d like to improve a lot of things about this country too, but you have to work WITHIN the system, not AGAINST the system.

    You don’t have anyway near a majority & this is not the year to “make a statement”.
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  • commented 2016-08-25 10:32:11 -0400
    I attended a watch party last evening, (8/24) in Homewood, Il. There were a few Greens present and we made some suggestions for continuing these local gatherings. In this South Suburban Chicago Area, the Bernie Sanders effort has taken root. Now, see that Jill does not support Military Drones- – although they save lives! May I suggest that they be used for delivering food to the starving populations. The food would be 8oz, Frozen, shelf life one year. Around $1.50 per pound in larger quantities for this organic food. Freeze dried could eliminate refrigerate storage and the process can be implemented for about a quarter Million Dollars. From Mike Schafer, Schafer Fisheries, Thomson, Il. See their Web Site – - – Chuck Dieringer, Ed. D.
  • commented 2016-08-25 10:21:01 -0400
  • commented 2016-08-25 10:13:16 -0400
    You’re doing this wrong! Having to enter an email address in order to get information on the candidate is driving away people who are interested in her message. I’m a supporter/donor and I won’t enter my email to click through – it’s stupid!
  • commented 2016-08-25 09:47:47 -0400
    I read your 10 points. Yes elimination of weapons of mass destruction is one of the most noble causes.. How could that be done in a world where rogue nations are developing them and others are using them? There has to be a counter balance. Think of what is going on in Syria, North Korea and never forget 9-11. " They" will use these weapons without hesitation if given the chance. That has been proven. How do you change conflicting ideologies? I think it would bode well to convey that elimination of WMDs needs to be a balanced and verifiable effort for all parties concerned and not just a disarming of one side. ( I think a common misconception among some is that this Green Party Point would leave the U.S. vulnerable). Please clarify the parties intentions and means of perusing this issue. Thank you and I look forward to voting for you. Howie Hanson
  • commented 2016-08-25 09:45:27 -0400
    I wanted to make monthly contributions. But I wanted a stop date. I don’t want you charging me forever.
  • commented 2016-08-25 09:44:03 -0400
  • commented 2016-08-25 09:40:52 -0400
    Where can I get yard signs?
  • commented 2016-08-25 09:29:38 -0400
    Hi, can you tell me when you will be getting more Jill Stein Greater Good bumper stickers and t-shirts? You seem to be out of stock on those items, and I’d very much like to purchase some. THanks.
  • commented 2016-08-25 09:05:33 -0400
    Be on bet have a town hall about Africans Americans issues African Americans faced daily police brutality crinmal justice reform school choices jobs and voting rights slave reperations for African Americans Africa diaspora and continued education for disabled people jobs for disabled people stop hate crimes against black people Latino people and Asian people end racism in housing education media more media ownership for black people Latino people Asian people women and progressive voices independent thinkers too have open debates for all political parties have a democracy for all political affrimnation open prinmaes elimate superdelegates
  • commented 2016-08-25 07:07:55 -0400
    Instead of going off like an opinionated broken record on overall fossil fuel industry which is only getting cleaner and cleaner, how about keeping the argument to:

    1) the proximity of the pipeline to Sioux territory ,

    2) Oil crossing a waterway,

    3) Profits – business surely can reroute the pipeline and build into the project additional safety measures for “ruptured pipeline scenarios”.
  • commented 2016-08-25 06:28:03 -0400
    My middle class jobs plan from someone in the middle class sounds too simple and easy. Please check my math and if you agree with me it will make you like me worry about both political parties.

    $300 billion dollars in deficit neutral direct tax credits ties to hiring would create 10 million jobs at $30,000 per year with benefits. The workforce of 150 million would increase 7% of which 70% would go to increase GDP 5% + our present 2% GDP + 1% GDP due to new businesses +1% GDP in consumer confidence spending = 9% GDP. ( Using rule of 72 which is a crutch for doubling 12% or 72 divided by 12 doubles in 6 years and 6% or 72 divided by 6 doubles in 12 years. ) The 9% new GDP would double in 8 years from our present $19 trillion to $38 trillion GDP. I said deficit neutral but even if all of the $300 billion went to the deficit, I would gladly trade an additional $2.4 trillion deficit for a $38 trillion dollar economy. Taxes Collected = $45 billion in payroll taxes (Social Security and Medicare) plus local, state, and federal income taxes,sales tax, gas tax, corporate taxes, students loans paid back and many other taxes.

    They say that we take out 3 times more Social Security than we put in. By my math that is not true. An 18 year old that started work today, his Social Security at 4% interest ( using rule of 72 ) would double in 18 years, 4 times in 36 years and 8 times in 54 years. We could easily raise Social Security if government would stop spending every dime.

    2 different ways to give us half priced health care. Canadians live 2 years longer. If we simply paid for Canada’s health care in return for them managing ours we would have half priced health care.

    I just had a root canal and a crown for $2400 on dentist said they were in a 35% tax bracket and the other a 30% bracket. About 1/3rd of my root canal $800 went to the federal government. If we exempted Doctors and Dentist from federal tax on their practice and treat their fees like a utility we would have half price health care.

    The left is not right and the right is not right. Every issue is right or wrong not left or right.

    Kenneth C Krieger

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    Cape Coral, Florida 33993

    phone 239 283-7385