See Jill Stein Debate - Watch the Video, Sign the Petition

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Click here to Sign the Petition: Open up the 2012 Presidential Debates! All presidential candidates who've qualified for enough state ballots to win the White House must be included in the debates. Green candidate Jill Stein and Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson have qualified for enough ballots and are receiving taxpayer dollars in the form of FEC matching funds. Yet both are excluded by the Commission on Presidential Debates, which is run by Democrats and Republicans and is corporate sponsored. 

Read in-depth about the corporate sponsorship of the Commission on Presidential Debates by Santa Monica College Associated Students President (2011-12) Harrison Wills and here by John Nichols of the Nation Magazine.

Watch the Video - Expanding the Debate Exclusive: Third Party Candidates Break the Sound Barrier As Obama-Romney Spar - As the October 3rd debate went on, Democracy Now! paused Obama and Romney's answers to get real-time responses from Jill Stein, along with Rocky Anderson of the Justice Party, at an "Expanding the Debate" live special. See the highlights above and the full content below:
 
FULL VIDEO: Expanding the Debate Exclusive:  hour one hour two hour three
 
YOU TUBE VIDEOS OF EACH QUESTION: 
Thumbnail Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson Offer Ideas on Social Security and Entitlements (5:15)
Thumbnail Rocky Anderson and Jill Stein on Tackling Deficit (5:26)
Thumbnail Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson on Dodd-Frank and Financial Regulation (6:56)
Thumbnail How to Create Jobs? Obama, Mitt Romney, Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson (13:33) 
Thumbnail Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson on HealthCare Reform (4:51)
Thumbnail Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson on Expanded Healthcare Discussion (5:35)
Thumbnail Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson Respond to Obama,  Romney Plans on Education (part 1) (1:54) 
Thumbnail Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson Respond to Obama, Romney Plans on Education (part 2) (1:49)
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Thumbnail Jill Stein & Rocky Anderson Offer Closing Remarks (5:39)
Thumbnail Expanding the Debate Exclusive: Third Party Candidates Debate As Obama-Romney Spar (10:42)

 

 

 

 

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