Libetarian vision of the future?
FSP publicist Mary Lou Seymour is an organizer for The Ad Hoc Conspiracy to Draft L. Neil Smith for President; if he's not a pledged Porcupine- I think it would have been shouted from the rooftops- I at least bet he's sympathetic to the goals and methods, if maybe dubious about what can be realisticly accomplished, and at what cost.>p> Likewise Aaron Zelman is a particularly pragmatic sort of fellow, and like a good pragmatist he too is probably waiting for real results and achievement of at least some success from the FSP before hitching any of his wagons to our star, but I do expect he's waiting hopefully.
L. Neil is hardly the only Libertarian candidate I'd like to support from our new home, or have come join us, pledged porkypine or not. But I expect there are already some there who may find the new increase in numbers helpful to their own efforts, and all sorts of interesting folks may be turning up, too.
And I hope some of the others who for many good reasons don't want to remove themselves from their homes of many years will at least come by to visit, and stick around for some of the strategy sessions and conferences in our future. Somebody with a large hotel or convention center is going to be real happy about the new residents....