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GOP Candidate (Jimmy McMillan)
Jimmy McMillan, nonetheless has to be one of the most entertaining contender in the GOP election yet with a split end bread and hairy side burns like President Martin Van Buren back in 1830s, whom gives a whole new atmosphere to politics with his comedian talks and his ill-mannered diction . As a 64-year old man, ex-postal worker, and a veteran of Vietnam war, his stands in the GOP is that "Rent Is Too Damn High". Coincidentally that's what his party's name is also, which includes only three register member in New York, where it was originated by him as the head of its party. Many times in the past has Mr. McMillan tried to run in a gubernatorial election in New York. One in 2006 and 2010 as mayor for New York, sadly he did not make it in all of them. Then finally making a commitment in 2010 gubernatorial election to run in the GOP Primaries. Even though he had dropped out of the GOP primaries because of his considerably low voting support, he seems to be known by more people than most candidate in the GOP through YouTube's music video and his stand on "Rent is Too Damn High".
McMillan policies as a GOP candidate stands mainly on his quote, "Rent is Too Damn High". Other issue that relates to the national level and to the conservative would have to be his intention on global warming and eliminating the national debt. Even though he has not explain his policies in detail, he does say it with all his heart, like he's going to try to do it. Besides that his non-conservative act would have to be his support for gay-marriage, in his debate at New York University, he stated that, "'The point is leave people's personal life alone. A lot of people want to bring their personal issues into this but that's not going to buy you any food,' said McMillan. 'Who am I to judge who you should marry and who you shouldn't?'" Even though his policies may be vague, he does have one iron foot in the issue of rent being too high. He says that if people...