Roemer stops in Bossier City for presidential campaign
Bossier City, La (NBC) —
Former Governor of Louisiana and presidential hopeful, Buddy Roemer, made a stop in Bossier City over the weekend in his 2012 race for the White House.
Roemer says his campaign will not accept any special interest monies and no contributions of over 100 dollars.
Roemer told supporters if he could get 1 out of 100 Americans to give $100, he’d have $300 million, and he’d “whip everybody in the race”.
During his hour long speech, Roemer mapped out his campaign platform and issues he sees with the current president.
Roemer states, “That's two years of nonsense and no drilling… that's two years of loss of value of our currency. He is breaking this nation; we can take it back again, energy free, by the end of this decade."