Gary Johnson being a third party candidate is a mixture of the republican and democratic beliefs. Johnson believes Trumps view about the wall is obscured, in his book on page 127 he states “A 10-foot wall just requires an 11-foot ladder." (Johnson, 2012). Pretty much meaning a wall is not going to change anything, the illegals will figure out a way to get over it. Johnson also believes we should do the illegal and unimaginable, that the fifty five million illegal Americans in the country right now should be able to easily get a work visa and start paying taxes and living as a citizen but not making them a citizen. Johnson is also pro-choice. He believes planned parenthood does a lot of good for women 's health and it should stay that way. He also states he’d rather give the choice to the states. And will support and fund planned parenthood, except for abortion. “Should abortion be outlawed in the United States? Let each state decide.” (Johnson, 2012) Johnson believes the states should have the right to decide, each state is different and that’s what he stands for.
Those who support his arguments for sending their money overseas are looking at all the good possible outcomes. One reason Americans may support the helping of those overseas is that they feel they are helping save lives. People overseas are dying of starvation and they feel there
Also these days unemployment is a national problem and legalizing marijuana would cause people to open up marijuana dispensaries which would mean more businesses and more jobs, so it would also cause the unemployment rate to go down. Marijuana and marijuana oils have too many qualities that can benefit most people that it should be available to everyone. The value of the dollar is not very high right now, people are always trying to save as much money as they can and marijuana joints will be much cheaper than buying medication that will do the same thing. Many people in today’s society don’t understand why marijuana hasn’t been legalized everywhere when you look at the economic benefits. Marijuana legalization will provide jobs, help the economy, and help raise the value of the
Huckabee’s firm position supporting the 2nd Amendment and the protection of gun ownership rights ought to benefit him in regards to gaining popularity among the primary voters in the Republican party, of which 71% favor gun rights over gun control (Pew Research Center). His plans for securing the Mexico-United States border will also help him gain votes, seeing as 73% of Republicans favor the building of a fence along the Mexican border (Pew Research Center). Huckabee his very clear as to what his values are, if elected, he would push for a reversal of the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage (PBS), 66% of Republicans oppose gay marriage as well, though his stance on this issue would most likely create issues for him in the Presidential election, due to slightly over half (57%) of adults in the United States favoring the legality of gay marriage (Pew Research Center). Huckabee believes that the Affordable Healthcare Act should be repealed (PBS), along with the 73% of Republicans that believe that the Affordable Healthcare Act will continue to have a negative impact on the country in the near future (Pew Research Center). Huckabee’s opposition to abortions will also help him gain votes among Republicans, 84% of whom believe it should be illegal in all or most cases, though 51% of the general public believe it should be legal in those conditions (Pew Research Center).
As a Baptist minister Huckabee personally opposes legalization but as a presidential candidate his is getting out in front of the issue. “I think we need to recognize, marijuana has never made anybody a better citizen,” Huckabee said. “Do we really think marijuana is something we want to encourage people to have greater access to? Does it make you a better worker? Does it make you a better mom or dad?”
“The people that are calling for me to get out are people inside the beltway.” A former Rand Paul supporter asked the Ohio Governor why libertarians should vote for him, Kasich responded with his beliefs in “smaller government, balancing the federal budget, and transferring money, power and influence out of Washington to the
Legalizing marijuana can make the state some money and there are many benefits to it. Legalizing marijuana won’t benefit at all for the big corrupt pharmaceutical companies, if the cannabis is passed as a drug for health issues. Maybe that’s why lawmakers haven’t maybe won’t pass the law to legalize Marijuana. Yes the companies can get involved but then somehow it will get corrupt and won’t benefit the citizens.
Mike Huckabee was the 44th Governor of Arkansas. He was governor from 1996 until 2007. He has gone down in Arkansas’s history as the longest serving governor. When Huckabee left office he left tax cuts, job creation, reconstruction of his state’s road system, K-16 education reform, and a health plan that took a less expensive approach than the government’s approach to healthcare. He has changed Arkansas it a positive way. Lindsey Graham started his career in politics in 1994 when he was elected as a representative. Graham was elected to the United States Senate in 2002, reelected in 2008, and in 2014. He generated the most votes in South Carolina for senate. In 2008’s election he generated over one million votes. Graham has experience with
Beginning in the 1820S the United States faced the democratic revolution that was identified with Andrew Jackson. Jackson (March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845) was an American soldier and statesman who served as the seventh President of the United States from 1829 to 1837 and was the founder of the Democratic Party.
For most people, a shrug and a reminder that 1976 is but a distant memory would suffice, as marijuana has lost its stigma. For a Republican? If anyone proves it, Kasich is finished. Republicans are all about hating anything good for America, and legalized marijuana is on that list. They bust out the old talking points of the fear campaigns they love so much.
According to Bernie Sanders, “It is time to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol. It is time to end the arrest of so many people and the destruction of so many lives for possessing marijuana”. This argument is important because marijuana is considered a "gateway drug," which has not been scientifically proven. Many people have tried marijuana or at least know someone who has attempted to smoke weed. A person most likely does not know as much as they think they know about what it is or the effects.