Sunday, August 14, 2011

Here’s a look at Libertarian candidates for president

Presidential Candidate Carl Person

Carl Person

New York attorney and founder of the Paralegal Institute - Carl Person is a self-confessed high school dropout who would later go on to become a New York attorney and found the Paralegal Institute. He finished third in voting in 2010 for New York Attorney General, a position he claims holds more power than the United States President. A small business owner for nearly 20 years, he says he knows how to turn around the economy: privatization and reduction or elimination of business regulations.

Presidential Candidate R. Lee WrightsR.Lee Wrights

Libertarian Activist - R. Lee Wrights officially announced his candidacy for the Libertarian 2012 presidential nomination race at the party’s annual state convention in Hickory, on April 15, 2011. The 52-year old former sergeant with the U.S. Air Force proclaimed “I am still a warrior, but I am not at war”, a clear indication of his anti-war stance.


A potential 2012 Libertarian Presidential Candidate

Presidential Candidate Wayne Allyn Root

Wayne Allyn Root

Entrepreneur, author and political commentator - Root has been considered as the front runner for the 2012 Libertarian nomination for well over a year. The author and media personality started off as a candidate in 2008 before ending up as the running mate for the eventual Libertarian nominee, Bob Barr. Root believes that with proper exposure, the average Americans would easily embrace the libertarian philosophy. He also reasons that the Libertarian presidential candidate should be included in any national level presidential debates.

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