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To: frankiep
Amen, and with the passing of Harry Browne, the libertarian party's best ever candidate; I don't know were we are going to find that conservative party we are looking for.

The Republicans have sold out.....

Washington D.C. has co-opted or coerced the best of the GOP. Remember when it still stood for the Grand Old Party?

37 posted on 03/04/2006 12:41:36 PM PST by AmericanDave (More COWBELL....................)
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To: AmericanDave

My nephew tells me that Harry Browne was corrupt.

If that made him the "Libertarian party's best ever candidate" then that party has some work to do.

I think the Libertarians would make for a much better loyal opposition party to the Republicans than the traitorous Democrats, so I am rooting for them to overpower the Dems and throw them into the waste bin of history. But they still need to field better candidates.


79 posted on 03/04/2006 3:03:15 PM PST by patriciaruth (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1562436/posts)
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To: AmericanDave

Libertarians don't do it for me. They seem to be pushing the drug legalization thing a bit too much, which I could never support. The Constitution Party is the closest thing I can see to a real conservative party. The guy in California, from the Minutemen (I can't remember his name right now), is running for office as a part of the Taxpayers Party, which is California's branch of the CP.


88 posted on 03/04/2006 5:49:57 PM PST by frankiep
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