Presidential Candidate Virgil Goode Speaks with TNH, Repudiates Bigotry Accusations
Constantinos E. Scaros
To paraphrase a quote from the Bible, it very well might be easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for Virgil Goode to be elected president of the United States in 2012. Nonetheless, not only is his candidacy worth examining, but there is a realistic chance that he might decide this year’s election. In an exclusive interview with TNH, Goode discusses his presidential campaign and dispels the rumors that he is a “racist” and a “bigot.” THIRD PARTY POLITICS IN MODERN-DAY AMERICA Ronald Reagan, Lester Maddox, and Eugene McCarthy were instrumental, albeit inadvertently, in securing a victory for Jimmy Carter over Gerald Ford in 1976 presidential election. Surely just about everyone has heard of Reagan, but who in the world are Maddox and McCarthy?
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