Skip to comments.Green With Envy: Sore Losers To March On D.C. Over Ohio Outcome
Posted on 11/18/2004 12:58:23 PM PST by My Favorite Headache
PAT LaMARCHE, 2004 GREEN V.P. CANDIDATE, TO SPEAK ON THE OHIO RECOUNT AT RALLY NEAR WHITE HOUSE
Rally organized by ReDefeatBush at LaFayette Park in Washington, D.C., Friday, November 19 at noon
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Pat LaMarche, the Green Party's 2004 vice presidential candidate, will speak at a rally in Washington, D.C. on November 19 about the Ohio recount effort launched by the Cobb/LaMarche and Badnarik campaigns.
Ms. LaMarche will join Libertarian presidential candidate, Michael Badnarik, at a rally in front of the White House at LaFayette Park on Friday November 19 at noon. The rally has been organized by ReDefeatBush and other groups to protest the "botched" 2004 election and prepare for the "post-democracy era" under the second Bush Administration. The contact for ReDefeatBush is Joy Howell 202-828-7838, .
Citing widespread reports of voting irregularities, the Cobb/LaMarche and Badnarik campaigns recently launched a joint effort to hold a recount of presidential votes cast in Ohio during the November 2 election.
Ms. LaMarche will arrive in Washington, D.C. at 9 a.m. Friday morning and return to Maine at 6 p.m. the same evening. She can be reached by her cell phone at 646-202-0846 today or during the trip.
The Green-Libertarian recount effort has raised the necessary money to file for a recount, and is now raising money for monitoring the recount and related expenses.
The Green Party of the United States http://www.gp.org 1700 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 404 Washington, DC 20009. 202-319-7191, 866-41GREEN Fax 202-319-7193
Cobb/LaMarche campaign (with information about the Ohio recount) http://www.votecobb.org
ReDefeatBush http://www.ReDefeatBush.com Top Ten Questions About the Legitimacy of the 2004 Presidential Election http://www.redefeatbush.com/tenquestions.pdf
GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES http://www.gp.org
For Immediate Release: Thursdy, November 18, 2004
Contacts: Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-518-5624, cell 202-487-0693, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Allen, Media Coordinator, 207-326-4576, email@example.com
Pat LaMarche, 2004 Green candidate for Vice President, cell 646-202-0846
Blair Bobier, Cobb/LaMarch campaign media coordinator, 541-929-5755
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Actually I wish the republicans leaned more towrds Libertarianism
Everyone should march on Washington at least once in their life. The Vast Right Wing meeting we had in Washington, after the rally to call for Clinton's impeachment is seared in my memory.
Jeeez.... these people are an ingrown hair on the butt of America
You are on crack. Libertarians are nowhere what the used to be...even 10 yrs ago. Just another word for saying I am not a Democrat...but very close to one.
i feel so violated knowing that libertarians were once free to roam this web site.
VERY very true a bunch of bong hitting Losers...
Libarianism is fine, but the Libertarian Party is dead to me < spit>.
The next time some FReeper starts waxing poetical about the LP, I want them to remember this business...
i cannot speak for anybody but myself. while the goal of limited gov't, which the libertarians embrace, is something i am in agreement upon, it is the apparent lack of a policy based on moral values, be they from god or from humanists, that stains them in my eyes. without an agreement on values there is no absulute wrong or right. without this, how can one define a coherent, consistent policy and then implement them properly?
Do they not have jobs?!?!!! How do they get so much time off of work?
I'll be marching in support of Bush on January 20th, inauguration day. I marched there four years ago too.
I have always thought that Libertarians were much closer to Dems than to Republicans. Actually, I like the term used on FR: "Loosertarians." That describes them perfectly, not only as a group, but every single individual libertarian I have ever met.
Why dont they march in Ohio? That would be more relevant.
Libertarian positions are in general less government, less regulation and less taxation. Sound familiar?
Also, we must all work diligently in the coming months to convince progressives that the Democratic Party has let them down. They must abandon the party. Their only recourse is to join and work for the Green Party moving forward. I may even register as a Green Party member to swell their voter registration rolls. Divide and conquer.
Begin with putting all known progressives in your sphere of influence on the Green Party mail list from their website. Great fun. Start inundating them with information now.
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