Sometimes, less is more. Here? Now? Nope!
We switch folks: former US Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and former US Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) take the seats formerly occupied by Buddy and Gary; the questions are also reset (and a bit mixed)
Paul Wescott of WGIR (the morning show dude!) remained as the Moderator and started off the brand new round (same questions) with different answers from these candidates to be the next Republican nominee for President – and as always, from the viewpoint of the Constitution:
Size of Government: We are going to be focused on the Constitution of the United States. We are going to be focused on a document that seems to be playing less and less of a relevant role in Government today…I would really want to get into this issue, of the temptation factor. You become the President of the United States. You want to grow the Executive, grow your influence, grow the power. How are you going to resist that and shrink the size of government in a Constitutional way?
Constitutionality – the SuperCommittee, Gangs of Six, SuperCommittees, things none of us learned about in high school civics. Is it Constitutional?
- Intro & Ustream live stream recordings
- Roemer & Johnson Questions 1 & 2
- Roemer & Johnson Questions 3 & 4
- Roemer & Johnson Questions 5 & 6