Shalom Life | December 22, 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Presidential Candidate, Roseanne Barr

Roseanne talks Peace and Freedom, Israel, Marijuana, Anti-Semitism and the future of America.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: October 4th, 2012 in Culture » Society » Interviews

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Presidential Candidate, Roseanne Barr

One day after the first Presidential debate of 2012, voters and pundits are arguing which potential leader held their own, delivered effective arguments, and appealed to swing voters.

Peace and Freedom party Presidential candidate, Roseanne Barr, summarized her feelings on the night’s anticipated event in one short and sweet observance: “Undecided voters know this is a wash.”

Most of us know Roseanne Barr as the revolutionary comedian that introduced homosexuality, domestic violence, obesity, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, abortion, and poverty to mainstream network television. She’s noted for bringing “the real American working-class family” into primetime and celebrated for normalizing the every day discussion of important social and political issues.

Now, Roseanne is running to represent “the real American working-class family” as President of the United States. Her no-holds-barred approach to many of America’s issues that are traditionally swept under the carpet has gained her a devout following of voters that are frustrated with the existing two-party system.

Roseanne has joined Shalom Life to discuss her policies, the current state of America, Anti-Semitism and Israel.

Go to Page 2 for our exclusive interview with Roseanne Barr!

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