The deadline for ballots for the election as to the chosen goal state for receipt (not postmark) of ballots is September 22. The announcement of the state choice will be on October 1.
posted on 09/08/2003 11:01:45 AM PDT
To: AAABEST; A.J.Armitage; archy; bc2; Beck_isright; claidheamh mor; Cathryn Crawford; EBUCK; Esjay; ...
Porcupine list ping!
posted on 09/08/2003 11:03:37 AM PDT
(Keep in mind that the milk of human kindness comes from a beast that is both cannibal and a vampire.)
Here's a hint for Libertarians moving to New Hampshire or Wyoming.
Stop applauding activist courts when they infringe upon the powers of states and the people who reside in them just because the infringement accords with your ideology.
That go around, come around thing will get you every time.
posted on 09/08/2003 11:04:53 AM PDT
1) Please add me to your FSP list. Even though I still have my doubts about the project, I'm interested in how it turns out.
2) Pick New Hampshire. Wyoming's nicer, but NH can be defended easier and you're on the Canadian border.
posted on 09/08/2003 11:10:07 AM PDT
These are my top two. I think I will vote New Hampshire; living in Upstate New York, I can move there with little effort regardless of the FSP.
posted on 09/08/2003 11:11:45 AM PDT
Can't they find a Sunbelt state to set up shop in? I can't hack the cold!
posted on 09/08/2003 11:12:43 AM PDT
by Az Joe
New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont are on the list, as are South and North Dakota, Alaska, Delaware, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.
Can't we have a Free State someplace warm? What about a Free State Project in the Virgin Islands?
posted on 09/08/2003 11:26:54 AM PDT
(Sorry folks, this tagline's closed. The moose out front should of told you.)
I hope something happens before we turn into Northern Massachusetts...
That's partly why New Hampshire State Democratic Chairwoman Kathy Sullivan considers the project "sort of a very fringe group that can best be described as anarchists."
The ultimate answer to every neo-con and many paleo-cons who insist on calling libertarians "LIBERALtarians" and other nonsense.
posted on 09/08/2003 12:00:39 PM PDT
New Hampshire? New Hampshire??
Isn't that state chock full of liberal DemocRATS? How can you establish freedom in a state full of people that want to control you? Am I missing something here?
posted on 09/08/2003 12:03:51 PM PDT
Prostitution is a victimless crime?
posted on 09/08/2003 12:07:19 PM PDT
(I'm not always cranky.)
Go to NH. Even if the FSP fails, such a key swing state could use some balancing towards the right. The impact in WY would be far less noticeable or influential.
Crap! I haven't mailed my ballot!!!!
posted on 09/08/2003 12:58:25 PM PDT
(AAHHHH OOOHHHH Werewolves of London....)
New Hampshire is certainly on my list of acceptable states! I have only been to New Hampshire twice, but I sure liked what I saw.
And, "Live FRee or Die" is as good a state motto as there is!
posted on 09/08/2003 1:14:40 PM PDT
Please add me to your ping list.
Like others here, I'm from FL and warm blooded. I dig the FSP, but I'm kind of waiting for Castro to keel over and invade Cuba with the pissed off group of liberty lovers in Miami.
posted on 09/08/2003 1:39:39 PM PDT
( http://www.fairtax.org ** God may not be a Republican, but Satan is definitely a Democrat!)
Ms Sullivan is probably worried that legalizations will be cutting in on her turf...
posted on 09/10/2003 9:55:43 AM PDT
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