He says he was shut out and that you suffered as a result. The Libertarian candidate for US Senate in Missouri didn’t get a chair on NBC’s Meet the Press that featured the Republican incumbent and the Democratic challenger. Libertarian candidate Frank Gilmour didn’t think much of the Meet the Press debate between Jim Talent and Claire McCaskill. He says you can’t call it a debate if all the candidates aren’t there. Missing from the program were Gilmour and Progressive Party candidate Lydia Lewis and, as far as Gilmour is concerned, content was missing as well. Gilmour calls it more of a political adverstisement than it was a debate. Gilmour sticks with the Libertarian philosophy of less government in his assessment of the major issue discussed during the program: terrorism. He says problems follow us, because we stick our nose in other people’s business. Gilmour says America is trying to impose a government on Iraq that its people don’t want.Gilmour says the U. S. should have left Iraq months ago, after disposing of Saddam Hussein and finding no weapons of mass distruction.
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