Monday, October 03, 2016

CNN Libertarian Town Hall with Gary Johnson Bill Weld 3/8/2016


2:28 What do you think you need to gain momentum [in the polls]

7:27 How do you see where America's at?

9:15 Gov Johnson, you described Clinton as beholden. Who is she beholden to?

11:20 Gov Weld, do you still think Trump is a "huckster"?

13:20 What is your view on the threat of Islamic terrorism, and how do you keep our citizens safe while downsizing our military force numbers?

18:37 Do you think civilians in the US should be allowed to purchase and own semi-automatic weapons?

19:46 What is your response to the idea that a third party vote is a "wasted vote"?

21:04 Who has been the biggest inspiration for your views, and how has this person influenced you?

22:50 Could you elaborate on the type of judicial philosophy you'd want in a future Supreme Court Justice?

24:30 What do you both believe is the role of government is in regulating both religious freedom and civil liberties?

29:46 What steps will you take our nations youth will be educated on the risk of high potency pot, and if you'll support potency limits on all forms of marijuana

34:04 You intend to eliminate the Common Core standards as well as the Department of Education. What plan does your administration have to insure children in all states have access to high quality education

36:46: Cooper asks them to weigh in on the knife attack in London

38:40 How are you similar to Bernie Sanders, and what would you say to win Sanders fans' votes.

40:29 How do you compete against the much higher fund raising numbers of Trump and Clinton?

42:26 I'm a Republican Muslim American Veteran. I'm not voting for Trump or Clinton. Why are you a better choice for someone like me?

45:12 As a white man in America, how do you feel about the Black Lives Matters movement?

47:10 Do you think Clinton should have been prosecuted for mishandling State Dept emails?

49:25 What do you think about hardline libertarian policies like decriminalizing prostitution?

51:18 Do you believe the government has a responsibility to fight the obesity epidemic?

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