The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
The third-largest party in America doesn't need Uniparty washouts. It needs "radicals." Bill-of-Rights radicals.
I was seeing just the other day a article about how the GOP was not so sure about having a really big landslide win in the midterm elections. I´m pretty sure that they are right it won´t be the mainstream GOP favorites that will be winning it will be many of the Tea Party Favorites that are and will continue to win elections. I don´t understand why Arizona, of all the states nominated a frickin RINO again. That ass hole just blows with the wind, or is it he just blows. Of course here in Texas the GOP nominated Gov.(PrettyHair) Perry for another term and if you look up RINO in the dictionary you will see a picture of Perry. Personally I wish the Libertarian Party would participate in the Primaries at least here in Texas,it would give a little more credibility to the partty. I like what I know of them and have recently come to understand that alot of my own views are more libertatian than what I had thought. Dennis III Texas
This just shows you what these neocon, NWO Republicrats will go through to hang onto political power. Can there be any doubt now about Republicans and Democrats being different sides of the same coin?
Anonymous said... This just shows you what these neocon, NWO Republicrats will go through to hang onto political power. Can there be any doubt now about Republicans and Democrats being different sides of the same coin? September 13, 2010 5:10 PMNope.
bwiTo be fair...I had contacted Kolhaas (state chair) when the rumors started flying, and he was unwilling to rule it out. (shudder!) But the ExecCom met shortly after, in emergency session, and evidently talked some sense into him, as they voted unanimously not to. Now, Haase had been stringing Murkowski along. But Haase is a bit of a flake. Even so, I don't think he would have bailed w/o the support of the state party. If he had, it's entirely possible that the party would have put Murkowski in just to have a candidate....and that would have been political suicide.
The Libertarian dude said pretty clearly that he'd been stringing her along for publicity.Sad to say, Libertarian Party never has enough votes to really have a chance -- in most states they haven't gotten enough signatures to put more than one candidate on the ballot.All that said, makes me sick that this biatch will try to split the vote, thus ensuring The Enemy an easy win. IMHO the Libertarian should also step down for the same reason...DD
I do have to point out that the AK Libertarians didn't want her; she wanted them. Their board voted 5-0 to reject her as a possible candidate on their ticket, and their senatorial candidate just announced that he won't step aside. Ms. Murkowski must now decide if she wants to mount a doomed write-in campaign, or just hold her breath and stomp her feet.
The L party supports the leagalization of hookers, no wonder they would consider selling themselves to the highest bidder.Amazing that Daddy's Lil Girl was backed by the "Vote R or else" fools, but she wanted to go to the protest vote party. World turned upside down.
well Mr Defender, even though Perry won the nomination, Medina DID get almost 20% against the sitting governor and a sitting senator, even with the media behind him. Its not a victory, but its progress in the right direction.On another note, what do you make of Perry's opponent, democrat Bill White. I live in suburban Dallas(arlington) and have seen a ton of white yard signs and bumper stickers, none for perry......which was suprising to me cuz in 2008 it was like 65% mccain yard signs/35% obama yard signs in my neighborhood.
The L party supports the legalization of hookers, no wonder they would consider selling themselves to the highest bidder.--Anon@9:41:^D"The Party of Principle"Yeah, sure...MALTHUS
Well.....When your vote doesn't mean anything anymore......
What makes me sad is that I'm sick and tired of voting Republican and watching DC eat the souls of the reformists and turn them into the same piles of crap already there... so I started looking into the Libertarian party as, a lot of their on-paper stances I agree with. Sorry, but no, after meeting more than a few Libertarians, there's no way in hell I'd vote for those kooks. I guess I'm a little 'l' libertarian voting for Tea-party backed Republicans now. Meh.
You damn right!
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