"If you really think that you are going to come to NH, set up compounds disguised as housing developments, and take over the state you might be in for a surprise. NH is a very funny political animal. You might think that we approve of you, but then find yourself stabbed in the back. At the very least, expect to compromise some of your views. "
The "big L" Libertarians involved in the Free State Project chose New Hampshire over Montana, Wyoming and other states precisely BECAUSE it is a funny political animal... being the closest thing to Libertarian already, among smaller states where their intended numbers (20,000 I believe) might have some hope of swaying the political process. I, for one, find it an interesting political exercise and am glad that they're doing it. What is it about Libertarianism and/or Libertarians that you find off-putting or threatening? They're not going to force anything on you, me or anyone else.
I think you meant to reply to another poster. :)
The only reason NH maintains any semblence of what it once was is that it has a volunteer (i.e., unpaid) legislature. Nothing happens in NH quickly which is why the massholes/mainiacs and vermont socialists haven't fully trashed the place yet.
Well, Gov. Benson lost the election in part because he supported them. That should tell you something right there.