PMAFT: Gary Johnson: The Only 2012 Presidential Candidate To Talk About Mens Rights

27 Oct

Speaking of PMAFT (referenced in our first post a year ago), he has an interesting post up, making the case for Gary Johnson, because of his statements in this video:

I didn’t know Gary Johnson had anything to say about fathers’ rights; good on him!  I’ve long admired him for his pro-legalization-of-pot stand (the Jihad on Drugs has been a massive failure, doing more damage than good); and here’s another reason for rational-minded men to consider supporting him.

PMAFT also has some other thoughts over at the Spearhead on why he feels men should vote this year.

Worth considering, perhaps.  I’m not American, so this isn’t my fight, and as regards Canadian politics, I’m known for being cynical, and have previously shared the perspective of some decided manosphere non-voters.

Nevertheless, Johnson’s speaking about fathers’ rights is certainly encouraging, and maybe our kind would do well to consider him as an option…

Just a thought.


Posted by on October 27, 2012 in America


3 responses to “PMAFT: Gary Johnson: The Only 2012 Presidential Candidate To Talk About Mens Rights

  1. Will S.

    October 27, 2012 at 11:00 am

    The other thing I like about Gary Johnson is he is not a warmonger:

  2. Prinz Eugen

    October 27, 2012 at 2:53 pm

    Johnson could have been great but he is not pro-life or anti-gay marriage. This fact might not be so bad if he didn’t act like these two issues are somehow drags on the GOP. How much longer are these LIEbertarians going to denigrate the base that ensures the GOP is even electorally competitive? Do they seriously think that GOP’s votes come from some Rand-Rothbardian fantasy individualist business men?

  3. Will S.

    October 27, 2012 at 2:58 pm

    Yeah. If I were American, I’d prefer a more thorough-going conservative candidate like the one for the Constitution Party, Virgil Goode.

    I wish someone would forge a sane synthesis of the Constitution Party and the Libertarians: a pro-life, anti-war, pro-men’s rights, anti-drug-war, pro-traditional marriage and anti-gay-rights, platform. I’d get behind such a movement in a heartbeat.


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