3rd Party Candidate Heard There Was Debate Today

Posted on October 3, 2012


Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode prepared to deliver his message of cutting the department of education and placing a moratorium on immigration until unemployment figures go down at the first 2012 presidential debate.

Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode arrives outside the debate, wondering why no one told him where to go.

“I’ll present concrete arguments to poke holes in Obama’s and Romney’s platforms,” he said, waiting by the side door at the University of Denver’s theater.

The former Virginian house representative commended the university for the chance to be heard. The debate was scheduled to begin in an hour, and was growing visibly nervous.

“Maybe I’ll knock again,” he said.


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