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A Viable Third Party

Copyright © 2009 Keith Snelson

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Contents

Foreword

Chapter l Presidential Actions

Chapter 2 Past Wars

Chapter 3 Current Wars

Chapter 4 Conclusions on Wars

Chapter 5 Executive Orders

Chapter 6 Big, Bad Super governments

Chapter 7 Illegal Immigration

Chapter 8 Presidential Departments

Chapter 9 Congressional Actions

Chapter 10 The Supreme Court

Chapter 11 Summary

Chapter 12 The American Constitutional Party

Foreword

Under the present circumstances it would take a miracle to elect a third party candidate as President. It is ridiculous, illogical, improbable, unrealistic, and a waste of time and money to try to elect a third party candidate as President. There is lots of past experience to prove that statement. Teddy Roosevelt had previously been president of our country and still could not succeed when he tried as a third party candidate. Ross Perot had enough money but his only accomplishment was to enable Bill Clinton to be elected. Some have attributed the election of George Bush (43) to Ralph Nader and many others have tried as candidates of the smaller third parties. The logical conclusion is that there is no hope for that.

However, that should be reworded to say there is no hope running as they have in the past. When an army engages an enemy in battle they try to attack at the weakest or softest place. The approval rating on President Bush has hovered around 30% that would make him seem vulnerable if he were running for election. The approval rating on the Congress has been around 9% in 2008 and that would lead to the conclusion that there must be some real soft spots there. The place to start a third party is in the Congress.

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