Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The past few weeks I've caught up with third party presidential candidates passing through New York City.
Gary Johnson, Buddy Roemer, and Jerry White all see a place for themselves in the contemporary political dialogue, but unique obstacles stand between each man and the exposure they feel their movement deserves.
Excluded from televised debates, working outside the corporate fund raising model, and culturally ostracized, third party candidates articulate the strengths and weaknesses of American politics.
Here's a clip of a recent Fox appearance in which I introduce my third party footage. An HD version of my 3:00 minute segment can be found at the bottom of the post, while an extended cut of all three interviews will be posted next week.