Mock Presidential Debate featuring Democrat, Libertarian and Republican

Posted by Adrian Wyllie October 14, 2012 Comments are off 401 views

Mock Presidential Debate between Democrat Tony Whatley (left), Libertarian Adrian Wyllie (center), and Republican Quentin Matthews (right), presented by the Mathis & Raymond Foundation and hosted by Cafe Hey in Tampa, Florida on October 13, 2012. The views expressed by debate participants are not necessarily those of Presidential candidates Barack Obama, Gary Johnson, and Mitt Romney respectively.

Tony Whatley (D) is a Political Strategist with 10 years of political experiences. Mr. Whatley has a degree in Political Science from the University of Florida. He has served as Constituent Liaison for Florida State Representative Edward Jennings, He was Campaign manager for the Congressional Campaign of David Bruderly for Congress, He was a political pundit on the hit political show “the Bleepin Truth” that gained national recognition for its straight forward “no hold barred” commentary, and currently Mr. Whatley is a General Education Professor of Sociology and Political Science at the International Academy of Design and Technology.

Adrian Wyllie (L) is Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, syndicated AM talk radio host, and founding partner of the 1787 Network. He is known for Constitutional activism and civil disobedience, and as an investigative reporter focusing on government corruption and abuse of power. He is a third-generation Floridian, small business owner, and military veteran.

Quentin Matthews (R) The Ebony Elephant Foundation believes that many modern political and economic policies have disproportionately ravaged certain communities. Quentin believes liberal politics that dominate urban communities have resulted in unintended consequences that erode civil liberties, increase dependency on government, and diminish the initiative that makes the United States so exceptional. He wishes to change the tide so that all Americans will have the chance to flourish in the land of opportunity once again.

The Mathis & Raymond Foundation is a non- profit organization with its intention to promote public awareness, wellness, social events, and networking in the community to aspire leadership, service, and social development. We will offer social events that are focused on the community, youth, young professionals, and various causes. Our public awareness will concentrate largely on current events in the community, and the world at large directed towards young professionals and society. The promotion wellness and wellness events will be aimed at youth, young professionals, the general public, and selected charitable purposes. Networking sessions will be held for entrepreneurs, small businesses associations, and young professionals. The foundation will also contribute to other non-profit organizations to promote awareness for various causes. In the long term the Mathis & Raymond Foundation is driven to be the premier establishment in the commerce of public awareness, social development, and wellness.

(Apologies for the abrupt end to the video. The camera’s memory card was full.)

About Adrian Wyllie

Adrian is the former Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, founding partner of the 1787 Network and the 2014 Libertarian Candidate for Governor of Florida. He has over a decade of experience as an investigative reporter, and focuses on liberty causes, government corruption, and Constitutional violations. He is a third-generation Floridian, an entrepreneur, and served in the U.S. Army and Florida National Guard.

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