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To: Leisler; SaraJohnson

Leisler: “Most libertarians I know are conservative.”

Sara Johnson: “But your party is filled with folks who don’t share your values.”

I agree with both. The Libertarian Party has a history of running (favoring?) outre characters as candidates. Candidates few people identify with.


19 posted on 11/13/2009 6:22:00 AM PST by decimon
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To: decimon

I notice the Libertarian Party fields more true(ish) ideologues. The RepubliCrats, field hacks who hardly lip service any ideology, except state power and cutting up tax money to their friends.

If we had government within its Constitutional restrictions, the whole Libertarian/Conservative divide would be mute. Parlor talk.

Two parties love a blow apart Constitution. The Republicans, and the Democrats. However, like their taxing and spending, the Democrats are a little more honest in their abandonment of the Constitution in that they have their ‘living Constitution notion’. Where as the Republicans just go along and say they are, as always, shocked, shocked by socialism.

Frankly, I don’t think kid diddling, pot smoking, guy guy swapping Libertarians could do as much damage to liberty and freedom as the Republican and Democrat parties have done.


20 posted on 11/13/2009 6:43:50 AM PST by Leisler (We don’t need a third party we need a conservative second party.)
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