Darrell Castle gives his response to the second presidential debate held on 9 October 2016.

“If you believe those tiny people living in their mother’s wombs are “persons” and therefore deserving of life, choose me. If not, any of the other candidates will do.”

“If you want the United States to return to being a free and independent nation able to chart its own course in the world, choose me. If not, any of the others will do.”

“If you want the right to keep all your income and use it as you see fit, choose me. If not, any of the others will do.”

“If you want to control the education of your children, choose me. But if you want your children to remain in the hands of federal bureaucrats, any of the others will do.”

“If you want limited government and personal liberty, choose me. But if not, any of the others will do.”




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In a preview of the October 10th edition of VICE News, Glenn Beck revealed that he cannot vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. Instead, he is going to vote for Constitution Party nominee Darrell Castle.

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