From: An email from the Constitution Party
3rd Party Debate To Focus On Economy
Presidential Candidate To Tell Voters The Rest Of The Story
Cleveland, OH (October 29, 2008) Constitution Party presidential candidate Chuck Baldwin (www.Baldwin08.com) will address economic issues in a debate scheduled for Thursday, October 30th at 4:30 PM at the City Club of Cleveland, 850- Euclid Ave, Cleveland.
The forum, organized by the City Club will effectively break the media blackout on viable third party candidates running in the presidential race. Third party candidates in the debate include Independent Ralph Nader, the Green Party’s Cynthia McKinney and the Libertarian Party’s Bob Barr.
“As long as Americans are denied the opportunity to hear from all the candidates we cannot pretend we have unbiased election coverage or fair elections,” said Constitution Party presidential candidate Chuck Baldwin.
Baldwin, standard-bearer for the fast-growing Constitution Party has received the endorsement of former GOP presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul (http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog.php?view=547).
Last month Paul urged all Americans to end the duopoly of the Republican and Democratic parties and vote for a third party candidate in November (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZ7fcbst3VE ).
Baldwin, a Pensacola, Florida pastor and former Moral Majority state chair, is a political columnist, author and radio talk show host and was the 2004 Constitution Party vice presidential candidate.
Baldwin has distinguished himself as the only candidate running who is for secure borders, ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, for overturning Roe v Wade and abolishing the IRS and the Federal Reserve. Baldwin has received an A rating from Gun Owners of America (www.gunowners.org) and Numbers USA, (www.numbersusa.org) the pro-secure borders, anti- illegal immigration group in contrast to McCain and Obama’s F- ratings.
The City Club of Cleveland debate, moderated by Dan Moulthrop of Cleveland’s PBS radio and television stations, will be streamed live by ideastream (http://www.wviz.org/). The debate’s main focus will be on the economy. Baldwin has spoken out against the federal government’s recent so-called “bailouts” in contrast to Senators Obama and McCain who support what Baldwin calls “a disastrous scheme against the American taxpayer.”
C-Span will tape Thursday’s debate for broadcast later that night.