File: Libertarian Party

2010-08-12 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + Libertarian Party
Libertarianism in Politics

David Boaz via Cato@liberty: You can see in both the Paul op-ed and the Johnson interview that major-party politicians are nervous about being tagged with a label that seems to imply a rigorous and radical platform covering a wide range of issues. But if you can call yourself a conservative without necessarily endorsing everything that […]

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Douchie McDoucherson (AKA Mitchell Bard of The Huffingtion Post) constructing strawmen of epic proportions: I was tailgating with my wife and two friends in the parking lot of Miller Park before a Brewers game yesterday, when a guy with a pasted-on, plastic, local-news-anchor smile approached our group. He wanted us to sign a petition to […]

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Wes Benedict, Executive Director of the Libertarian Party, in a statement concerning government reaction to the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico: When President Obama gave his Oval Office speech on Tuesday, there was one important word missing: the word ‘liability.’ The president never mentioned that, thanks to liability caps provided by the […]

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2010-05-26 :: madlibertarianguy // Dumbassery + Libertarian Party + Rand Paul
Shocking News!

Libertarian Party Vice Chairman Joshua Koch in an interview with The Washington Post: The reason why we would even consider running somebody in this race is because we’re not going to let Rand determine what a Libertarian stands for . . . I’m here to say Rand does not have the Libertarian ideology. Though Paul […]

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2010-05-25 :: madlibertarianguy // Libertarian Party
An LP Poll

The Libertarian Party is hosting a poll in order to determine their new slogan which will officially represent the party.  First, the options: – Fiscally Conservative, Socially Liberal – Fiscally Responsible, Socially Tolerant – Free Markets and Civil Liberties – More Freedom, Less Government – Smaller Government, Lower Taxes, More Freedom It my estimation, the […]

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