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Friday, February 24, 2012

REVEALED: Roseanne Barr's Candidate Questionnaire (PDF)

REVEALED: Roseanne Barr's Candidate Questionnaire

 Roseanne Barr

Outreach and exploratory questionnaire for the 2012 GPUS presidential


1. Are you interested in seeking the Green Party 2012 presidential

nomination? Are you considering seeking the nomination, but have not yet

made up your mind? What factors are you taking into consideration?

I am 100% committed to seeking Green Party 2012 presidential

nomination and look forward to competing for the nomination while

promoting the values and ideals of the Green Party to our fellow


2. What do you believe the goals should be of the 2012 GPUS presidential

campaign? If you were the GPUS presidential nominees, how would your

campaign work to achieve them? (Will your campaign succeed?)

The goals of my presidential campaign are to speak to the needs of the

99% and support them in their struggle for economic justice and true

representation that is not influenced by outside corporate forces.

Corporations are not people. Both the Democratic and Republican

parties are bought and paid for by corporate America and cater to the

needs of the highest bidder as opposed to the people they claim to

represent. I cannot be bought. I have been a tireless advocate of

Occupy Wall Street since Day 1 when I delivered my campaign

speech in Liberty Plaza on September 17th, 2011. I have considerable

access to mass media as a result of spending the greater part of my life

in show business. I look forward to utilizing that platform during this

campaign for the GPUS nomination and reaching a wide audience

while speaking to the needs of the 99%. I will take my campaign for

the GPUS nomination to ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Fox News, the

Internets and beyond, thus changing the course of the conversation

surrounding the elections at large. I will barnstorm American living

rooms. Mainstream media will be unable to ignore me, but more

importantly they will be unable to overlook the needs of average

Americans in the run-up to the 2012 election. My commonsense

approach will have heads exploding inside the beltway and eyes

lighting up in households across the country. With the majority of

Americans sharing our values and with my passion for fairness and

uncompromising honesty, the people will have a crystal clear choice

between Washington politics as usual and the Green alternative. We

have had it and we are ready for true change. Behold the Greening of


3. Please list five issue areas that you feel are most important and what

would you do about them. (Who are you?)


achieve this by becoming the first Green Party President of these

United States as a result of our victory in the 2012 general election.

I also believe it’s essential to do away with the Electoral College. 

2. CORPORATIONS ARE NOT PEOPLE – I will introduce a

Constitutional Amendment that will end corporate personhood and

remove the unfair advantage that corporations have in influencing

the decisions made in Washington. If it doesn’t think, breathe and

bleed, it’s not human. It’s not even a dog. I will then take this one

crucial step further and embrace current efforts to remove all

money from our electoral process.

3. ECONOMIC JUSTICE – As President of the United States, I will

reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 as well as bringing back

the financial transaction tax that, for pennies on the dollar, will be

a windfall for social programs in danger of being cut. I will remove

the immoral cap on FICA tax for the rich. I will rewrite labor laws

so that U.S. companies are bound by them even when they try to

skirt them by shipping jobs overseas. This will effective  roadblock mega-corporations from outsourcing production to

countries with immoral, inadequate and nonexistent labor laws.

Our jobs will stay here in the United States of America where they

belong. I will close the loopholes that allow some of our nation’s

most profitable corporations to get away with not paying any taxes

at all.

4. HEALTH CARE NOT WARFARE – Not only will I bring home

all U.S. troops from Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Libya,

Mexico and the Horn of Africa, but I will also permanently shut

down the 1,000-plus foreign U.S. military bases around the world.

This would save more than enough money to implement a singlepayer health care system in the United States. Guantanamo Bay

will remain open and that is where I will send anyone who opposes

this plan. Just kidding on that last part.

more here:

 4. What parts of the GPUS platform do you feel most closely aligned with?

What parts do you disagree with, if any? Are there parts you would improve

upon and how? (Who are we?)

The Green Party platform is a straightforward, commonsense

approach to the central issues facing America today and this is why I

look forward to knocking on doors, lighting up Twitter and taking to

the airwaves to promote our values and message.  As a mother and

grandmother, and as someone who has spent a career in a maledominated and chauvinistic industry, GPUS’s views on feminism

strongly appeal to me.  As someone who lives and works on a farm

and cares deeply about our environment, I’m very passionate about

issues related to sustainability and how we treat our planet. As

president, I would insure environmental protections for the Earth and

the biosphere by implementing a Green New Deal for America.

Which is not to say we are in total agreement, nor that we should be;

any political party must allow for, and I embrace, differences,

conversation and inclusiveness. One point of contention, for example,

that I have with the Green Party platform pertains to criminal justice.

While I wholeheartedly agree that most prison sentences should be

replaced with treatment and rehabilitation and that prison time should

be reserved for violent criminals, I would add that in some cases

prison sentences should actually be expanded – for instance, the

violent crimes of those on Wall Street who have defrauded the

American people of trillions of dollars. They should be prosecuted and

placed in prison. For the most part I agree with the Party's platform

that people should be treated with compassion, but for criminals as

terrible as these, I believe only the harshest punishment will do.

 5. What in your background qualifies you to be a credible presidential

candidate? What assets would you bring to your campaign in addition to

those already existing within the Green Party? (What do you have to offer?)

From the very beginning of my career as a stand-up comic in the

purple state of Colorado, I have been using comedy as a vessel in

which to wrap my advocacy with a spoonful of sugar. I have been

fighting for working class families and women for decades.  My frank

talk is second to none and I have earned America’s respect with my

brutal honesty. I am able to express myself in a way that is intelligent

and articulate but doesn’t put my audience to sleep or make them slit

their wrists. My experience as a public figure and my ability to handle

media scrutiny and criticism is great preparation for a national

campaign and the national political spotlight.  I’m no stranger to

political organizing and campaigning, either.  I’ve participated in voter

registration drives, voter outreach, canvassing, including work with a

wonderful organization that used to go by the name of ACORN.  From

neighborhoods in Miami Dade County to college campuses from Ohio

to my home state of Utah, I’ve campaigned, not as a politician or a

spokesperson, but as a mother, grandmother and concerned citizen

who cares deeply about this country.

6. Presidential campaigns are legally independent entities from the political

party whose nomination they received. Yet most successful political

campaigns meld candidate and party synergistically. If you were the GPUS

nominee, how would you envision that working relationship? (How can we

work together?)

I have an existing network of grassroots supporters and the Green

Party has an existing infrastructure of state and local parties.

Synergizing these two powerful groups will be the key to my

candidacy. Many of my existing supporters are newcomers to the

political process. They live in the wide pockets of America

traditionally overlooked by the two party corporate system and are

difficult to reach by insurgent third parties. My campaign will focus

its efforts on empowering these good Americans. I will work closely

with the Green Party to engage them and welcome them to the

existing army of Green Party supporters. The success of my campaign

will be determined by our ability to activate the tens of millions of

voters who've given up on the traditional process as well as the tens of

millions who still take part even though they feel like they have no

choice. I am welcomed into the living rooms of tens of millions of

blue-collar Americans, many of whom appreciate the work I did in

honestly portraying their plight on network television. As they have

welcomed me into their homes, I will welcome them into the Green


7. Do believe that an independent party like the Greens can succeed in the

US? How would you define such success? How can it happen? (Will we


I would not be running for President if I did not believe I could win. I

would not be answering this question if I did not believe the Greens

could succeed in the U.S. The “two party” system is clearly broken.

The 1% has two political parties – Democratic and Republican – but

the 99% only has one: The Green Party. We are in a unique position

this election to bring millions of new voters into the fold. More and

more Americans see that every day. On both the right and the left, and

also in the center, Americans are waking up and realizing that

something must change. Whether it is the Tea Party or the 99%,

people are taking matters into their own hands and changing the

debate. The Green Party is already well-positioned as an existing party

and with the right candidate, the underlying sanity of its platform can

not only reach new ears, it can change both the course of conversation

in America and the course of this country itself. With the rising tide of

discontent expressed and embodied by the Occupy Wall Street

movement, the time has never been better to convert this energy into

success in the voting booths, thus breaking the stranglehold the “two

parties” have on American politics. 

8. There is some interest within the Green Party of 8. There is some interest within the Green Party of having the party's

nominee run together with a Green Cabinet, that would feature prospective

cabinet members and federal agency heads that would serve in your

government, should you be elected president. Such an approach could

demonstrate what a Green government might be like and would do so during

the election, promoting transparency. It could expand the number of people

campaigning, with Cabinet members on the road and in the press in addition

to the nominees. What do you think of this approach? Who might hold

positions in a Green Cabinet? How would you see your candidacy

interacting with those individuals during the campaign? (How might weconnect the dots?)

What better way to dovetail my campaign with the existing Green

Party infrastructure than to work with those most familiar with it? I

will consult with the Green Party in effort to build a Green Cabinet I

can regularly consult with and refine my platform based on their

feedback. Running for president is a collaborative effort. Building a

Green Cabinet would help amplify our message and show the

American people what a Green administration would look like.




24 feb 12 @ 11:41 pm est          Comments

From Green Party Watch

by Ron Hardy

Green Party Presidential Race, Delegate Counts, & Ballot Access

With the official certification of the Illinois Green Party primary results, Jill Stein has locked in 22 Delegates to the Presidential Nominating Convention (PNC), Roseanne Barr has 5, Kent Mesplay 2, and 2 are Uncommitted.

These numbers are based on a Delegation Formula that is currently being voted on by the Green Party’s National Committee, with the vote concluding this Sunday. The allocation is currently passing by a 43-9 margin, however there is an effort to defeat it and vote on an alternative. If this allocation is passed, there will be approximately 350-400 Delegates allocated, with the largest Delegations to the PNC coming from California (65), Illinois (31), New York (16), Michigan (16), Maine (13), Texas (12), Massachusetts (11), Arkansas (10) and Connecticut (10). The full list of proposed Delegation sizes is listed below.

The only other state besides Illinois that has held a State Convention to determine Presidential Delegations so far is Ohio, which may be allocated 9 Delegates. Given that Jill Stein won 90% of the vote there, she likely will receive 8 or 9 of Ohio’s 9 Delegates, while the 9th Delegate could wind up either Uncommitted or going to Roseanne Barr, who won 4.7%.

Minnesota’s caucuses earlier this month were largely a straw poll, and apparently not binding on Delegate support. The final numbers of that straw poll bear witnessing though: Stein: 92, Barr: 26, Mesplay: 22. If these proportions of support eventually turn into Delegates, Minnesota’s 7 Delegates might go 5 for Stein and one a piece for Barr and Mesplay.

Considering Illinois and Ohio only, at this point Jill Stein has 30 Delegates, Roseanne Barr 5, Kent Mesplay 2, and 3 Uncommitted or Unknown.

The next Primary for the Green Party is in Arizona on February 28, where six names appear on the Green Party ballot: Kent Mesplay & Jill Stein, who are both running nationally, along with Gary Swing, a Congressional candidate from Colorado, and three Arizonans: Gerald Davis, Richard Grayson, and Michael Oatman. Roseanne Barr had not qualified for the Arizona Primary ballot in time, but given the 18% write-in vote she received in Illinois, gaining votes, and delegates from Arizona is not impossible. Arizona would be allocated 5 Delegates under the proposed plan. A debate in Arizona this weekend features Kent Mesplay and Jill Stein.

Over the next three weeks, many more State Green Parties will be holding Conventions and Primaries to determine Delegates for the candidates seeking the Green Party nomination. While Jill Stein appears to be the early on favorite, it is too early to tell whether she will secure enough Delegates prior to the Presidential Nominating Convention to become the presumptive nominee. Stein’s success so far can be attributed in part to her organized campaign, and her willingness to campaign across the States such as Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, California, Arizona, Wisconsin, New York, Vermont, etc. meeting with “Greens on the Ground.”

Another major force is the Stein Campaign’s serious commitment to Ballot Access. The Stein Campaign got the Vermont Green Party re-established and the Utah Green Party on the ballot, and is actively committing funds and resources to put the Green Party on the ballot in 46 states. This is a costly exercise, but a necessary one. States that benefit from the Stein Campaign’s efforts will certainly reciprocate with votes, and Presidential Delegates. Petition drives are costly, and the Green Party’s Ballot Access Committee has been starved for funds. The Green Party could use a wealthy donor to make a significant contribution earmarked for Ballot Access and the money would be very well spent.

The Roseanne Barr Campaign is by no means sitting on the campaign sidelines.Roseanne’s website prominently states “OCCUPY THE GREEN PARTY!” and encourages people to participate in the Wisconsin Green Party Primary, currently underway. Roseanne Barr’s entry into the Green Party race resulted in hundreds of mainstream press pieces, and her inclusion in a Public Policy Poll, where she polled at 6% versus Barack Obama (47%) and Mitt Romney (42%). Given that the California Secretary of State has added Roseanne Barr to the Green Party’s Primary there in June, and California’s possible 65 Presidential Delegates (16% of the total number), it is safest to say that anything can happen. If nothing else, Roseanne Barr should book herself a ticket to Baltimore in July, because she has earned a prominent role at the Green Party’s Presidential Nominating Convention.

Kent Mesplay is also running for the nomination, and despite setbacks such as being “un-recognized” by the Green Party’s Presidential Campaign Support Committee (PCSC) due to low fund raising numbers, Kent is campaigning as best he can given his limited resources. Mesplay and Stein will be debating in Arizona this weekend, and Mesplay has been clicking for votes in Illinois and Wisconsin via email and Facebook. He is still hoping to raise the funds necessary to become “re-recognized” by the PCSC, but the further behind he falls in the Delegate count, the harder it will be to raise those funds. Mesplay points out that he is on the ballot in Texas, California, Massachusetts, & Arizona, and that he is stumping for votes in other states that meet and vote by Convention.

Harley Mikkelson of Michigan has yet to receive a Delegate, and has not made a significant effort to appear on Presidential Primary ballots such as Arizona that require simply a signed affidavit expressing interest. Although he is not currently recognized by the PCSC due to several measures, he is on the Wisconsin ballot and will likely be on others.

Green Party Watch will continue to provide coverage and commentary about the Green Party Presidential race throughout the year.

by Ronald Kane Hardy

Proposed Delegate Allocation Currently Under Vote by the National Committee:

Alabama – 4
Alaska – 4
Arizona – 5
Arkansas – 10
California – 65
Colorado – 7
Connecticut – 10
Delaware – 4
District of Columbia – 4
Florida – 8
Georgia – 4
Hawaii – 4
Idaho – 4
Illinois – 31
Indiana – 4
Iowa – 4
Kansas – 4
Kentucky – 4
Louisiana – 4
Maine – 13
Maryland – 6
Massachusetts – 11
Michigan – 16
Minnesota – 7
Mississippi – 4
Missouri – 4
Montana – 4
Nebraska – 4
Nevada – 4
New Hampshire – 4
New Jersey – 5
New Mexico – 4
New York – 16
North Carolina – 4
North Dakota – 4
Ohio – 9
Oklahoma – 4
Oregon – 9
Pennsylvania – 7
Rhode Island – 4
South Carolina – 8
South Dakota – 4
Tennessee – 4
Texas – 12
Utah – 4
Vermont – 4
Virginia – 5
Washington – 4
West Virginia – 4
Wisconsin – 7
Wyoming – 4
Puerto Rico – 2
Guam – 2
Northern Mariana Islands – 2
United States Virgin Islands – 2
Lavender Caucus – 2
Black Caucus – 2

Women’s Caucus – 2 

Joe says:

Just out of curiosity, how does one determine the number of delegates from each state?

  • Ronald Hardy says:

    In the case of the proposal being currently voted on, the number of delegates per state is determined by the same formula that determines the number of Delegates to the Green Party National Committee, but with 400 as the total number instead of 150.

    Basically it establishes a minimum number of Delegates for each Caucus and State (2 or 4), and proportions the remaining Delegates by weighing campaign strength, membership strength, and presidential voting strength of each state, with population (sort of) substituted for membership strength at times.

    Here is the spreadsheet that has all the factors in it:

    Here is the proposal being currently voted on:

    I should note here that there are many who do not like this formula, and an alternative proposal has been submitted, but this one is currently in the vote queue and will be either passed or rejected by Sunday.


24 feb 12 @ 11:25 pm est          Comments

Friday, February 3, 2012

Virginia-Pilot and over 850 media companies cover Rosanne Barr's Green Party presidential launch

Rosanne Barr's Green Party Presidential launch covered by Virginia-Pilot newspaper and at least 850 other media companies world wide. 

3 feb 12 @ 10:24 pm est          Comments

CBS News reports Rosanne Barr seeking Green Party nomination for President

Roseanne Barr seeks Green Party presidential nomination


WASHINGTON - Roseanne Barr said Thursday she's running for the Green Party's presidential nomination — and it's no joke.


The actress-comedian said in a statement that she's a longtime supporter of the party and looks forward to working with people who share her values. She said the two major parties aren't serving the American people.

"The Democrats and Republicans have proven that they are servants — bought and paid for by the 1% — who are not doing what's in the best interest of the American people," Barr said.

Roseanne Barr serious about running for president

Occupy Wall Street protesters popularized the "We are the 99 percent" slogan in their fight against economic disparity and perceived corporate greed.

Barr has submitted paperwork to the Green Party for her candidacy. The party's presidential nominee will be selected at a convention in Baltimore in July.

Barr said she has been fighting for working-class families and women for decades.

"I will barnstorm American living rooms," she said in a candidate questionnaire submitted to the Green Party. "Mainstream media will be unable to ignore me, but more importantly they will be unable to overlook the needs of average Americans in the run-up to the 2012 election." 


And 51 other stories hit the Internet tonight about Rosanne Barr and the U.S. Green Party.  

Roseanne Barr seeks Green Party presidential nod

CBS News - ‎3 hours ago‎
WASHINGTON - Roseanne Barr said Thursday she's running for the Green Party's presidential nomination — and it's no joke. The actress-comedian said in a statement that she's a longtime supporter of the party and looks forward to working with people who ...

Roseanne Barr is running for president as a Green Party candidate

Los Angeles Times - ‎2 hours ago‎
Roseanne Barr has filed the official paperwork necessary to run for the Green Party nomination for president of the United States. And here we thought Donald Trump endorsing Mitt Romney was the big celebrity political news of the day.

Roseanne Barr announces Green Party candidacy for president

Daily Caller - ‎2 hours ago‎
By Steven Nelson Published: 8:15 PM 02/02/2012 | Updated: 8:53 PM 02/02/2012 By Steven Nelson Photo: AP Actress Roseanne Barr announced Thursday that she will seek the Green Party's nomination for president. “The Democrats and Republicans have proven ...

Roseanne Barr 2012: Actress Seeks Green Party Presidential Nod

Huffington Post - ‎4 hours ago‎
ANDREW MIGA 02/ 2/12 06:48 PM ET AP WASHINGTON — Roseanne Barr is running for the Green Party's presidential nomination – and she says it's no joke. The actress-comedian said in a statement Thursday that she's a longtime supporter of the party and ...

Roseanne Barr running for president as Greens candidate

GlobalPost - ‎1 hour ago‎
Roseanne Barr, the Emmy-winning actress-comedian, said Thursday she was running for president as the Green Party's candidate. Roseanne Barr promotes her book "Roseannearchy" at Borders Columbus Circle on January 6, 2011 in New York City.

Roseanne Barr Files Official Docs To Become President - ‎4 hours ago‎
Roseanne Barr -- who famously butchered the National Anthem -- has filed official documents to become the Green Party's nominee for President of the United States of America. Barr -- who has been waging a Twitter and Facebook grassroots, ...

Jill Stein Over Roseanne Barr in Green Party Watch Poll

Green Party Watch - ‎10 minutes ago‎
Word of Roseanne Barr's declaration of candidacy for the Green Party Presidential Nomination just went national tonight with an Associated Press piece that is getting picked up by all the major media outlets. For example, see CBS News, or see the post ...

President Roseanne? Comedian running as Green Party candidate

Entertainment Weekly - ‎2 hours ago‎
Count Roseanne Barr in that last group, as today the actress and comedian filed the necessary paperwork to run for the Green Party nomination for President of the United States. Barr has long been an activist and recently a vocal supporter of the ...

Roseanne Barr running for Green Party presidential nomination - ‎58 minutes ago‎
The comedian announced on February 2 that she is running for the Green Party's presidential nomination. Barr said she is a longtime supporter of the party, according to the Associated Press, and believes the two major parties don't represent the ...

Roseanne Barr in presidential bid

The Press Association - ‎2 hours ago‎
Actress and comedienne Roseanne Barr has announced she is running for the Green Party's presidential nomination, and it is no joke. Barr said that she is a long-time supporter of the party and looks forward to working with people who share her values.

Roseanne Barr wants to lead Green Party

New Zealand Herald - ‎3 hours ago‎
Roseanne Barr was to lead the Green Party. Photo / AP Roseanne Barr is running for the Green Party of the United States' presidential nomination - and she says it's no joke. The actress-comedian said in a statement that she's a longtime supporter of ...

Roseanne Barr Seeks Green Party Nomination For President

Mediaite - ‎3 hours ago‎
by James Crugnale | 7:53 pm, February 2nd, 2012 '90s sitcom star Roseanne Barr has decided to seek the Green Party's presidential nomination. According to the AP, Barr has officially submitted paperwork to the Green Party for her candidacy.

Could Roseanne Barr Derail Jill Stein's Presidential Dreams? - ‎9 hours ago‎
In a poll on the Green Party Watch blog, Lexington resident Jill Stein and the former sitcom star Barr are two of the four candidates seeking the Green Party'snomination for the 2012 Presidential Election. By Patrick Ball According to Green Party ...

Roseanne Barr running for president - ‎1 hour ago‎
(WOFL FOX 35) - Comedian, Actress, and Author Roseanne Barr is running for president of the United States as a Green Party candidate. Barr announced her intentions to run for office last summer and filed her paperwork with the Federal Election ...

'Vote for me, I'll fix this s***!: Actress/comedienne Roseanne Barr files ...

Daily Mail - ‎1 hour ago‎
It's no joke - Roseanne Barr has submitted her plan to go from the nut farm to the White House as the Green Party's presidential nominee. The TV star said in a statement that she's a long-time supporter of the party and looks forward to working with ...

Four Candidates Seeking 2012 Green Party Presidential Nomination

Green Party Watch - ‎Jan 31, 2012‎
With the late addition of Roseanne Barr to the race, we are now looking at a four way Green Party Presidential race. The Green Party nominates its Presidential slate at the Green Party Presidential Nominating Convention (PNC) in Baltimore, July 12-15, ...

Roseanne Barr Seeking Green Party Nomination For U.S. Presidency

GossipCop - ‎3 hours ago‎
The former sitcom star has filed paperwork with the Green Party to be the group's candidate in the 2012 election. The Green Party, which would still have to declare Barr as its nominee, will select its candidate during its July convention.

Cindy Sheehan Would Support Roseanne Barr For US President

SFist - ‎6 hours ago‎
Anti-war activist and wacky progressive Cindy Sheehan let it be known that she would back Roseanne Barr, famous for being Darlene Conner's sarcastic mom, for President on the crunchy Green Party ticket. Noting that the Green Party is "not entirely ...

Roseanne Barr to Run For President

New York Magazine - ‎1 hour ago‎
By Brett Smiley Roseanne Barr announced Thursday that she's seeking the Green Party's presidential nomination. The actress-comedienne claims to be a longtime supporter of the party and has filed the requisite paperwork. Barr's candidacy appears at ...

Great news: Roseanne Barr running for president

Hot Air - ‎2 hours ago‎
Barr has submitted paperwork to the Green Party for her candidacy. The party's presidential nominee will be selected at a convention in Baltimore in July… “I will barnstorm American living rooms,” she said in a candidate questionnaire submitted to the ...

Green Party Watch Presidential Poll February 2012

Green Party Watch - ‎Feb 1, 2012‎
There are four candidates currently seeking the Green Party nomination for the Presidential Election in 2012: Kent Mesplay (CA), Jill Stein (MA), Harley Mikkelson (MI), and Roseanne Barr (CA). This poll will stay open until Sunday February 5.

Roseanne Barr joins the race for US president - ‎3 hours ago‎
Well, hooray, you've got an interesting third-party option now: Roseanne Barr. The Emmy winner has filed the necessary paperwork to run for president of the United States this year as a Green Party candidate, she confirmed today, tweeting, ...

It's official: Roseanne wants to be your next president - ‎2 hours ago‎
The actress confirmed that she filed paperwork to run for president as a Green Party candidate, tweeting, "I am running for Green Party nominee for POTUS. I am an official candidate. I am4 the Greening of America&the world. Green=peace/justice" "crying ...

The Working Class Needs Roseanne Barr to Run for President

The Stir - ‎39 minutes ago‎
Roseanne Barr announced her run for the Green Party's presidential nomination today, and I can't think of a single politician more uniquely qualified for the position. Think about it: What this country needs is a true Working Class Hero, ...

Roseanne Is Running For President

Daily Beast - ‎2 hours ago‎
Barr, who says the two-party system is failing America, is running for the Green Party nomination. The Emmy-award-winning actress released a statement saying she is a long-time supporter of the party, which will pick its nominee during a convention in ...

Comedian Roseanne Barr Running for President—Report

National Journal - ‎2 hours ago‎
Barr, a comedian known for her raunchy standup acts, a tone-deaf performance of the National Anthem, and for her role in the 80s-era sitcom Roseanne, is seeking theGreen Party's nomination, the Associated Press reported on Thursday.

Roseanne Files Papers To Run For US Presidency, Will Seek Green Party Nomination

The Inquisitr - ‎3 hours ago‎
Roseanne is seeking the Green Party's nomination for President and she says she'll focus her efforts on legalizing marijuana. Barr says her run for office isn'ta joke and that she wants to capitalize on the Occupy Wall Street movement to draw in ...

Roseanne Barr Runs for President

Dallas Blog (blog) - ‎1 hour ago‎
According to the Los Angeles Times, "Roseanne Barr has filed the official paperwork necessary to run for the Green Party nomination to be president of the United States. No joke." The long-forgotten comedian, said on Twitter on Thursday that, ...

Actress Roseanne eyes Oval Office

KHON2 - ‎19 minutes ago‎
Now, Roseanne Barr is running for the green party's presidential nomination - and she says it's no joke. The actress-comedian says Democrats and Republicans aren't working in the best interests of the american people -- so she has submitted her paper ...

Roseanne Barr is Officially Running for President of the United States

Movieline - ‎3 hours ago‎




2 feb 12 @ 11:32 pm est          Comments

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