From: Larry Jaques <ljaq...@invalid.diversifycomm.com>
Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2012 19:39:57 -0700
Local: Mon, Oct 8 2012 10:39 pm
Subject: Re: Libertarians - still hoping for "The Man on a White Horse" to come and make them free - was Re: 12 v. power source
On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 17:54:58 -0700, pyotr filipivich
<ph...@mindspring.com> wrote:He ran for President in '88 as a Libertarian.
>Larry Jaques <ljaq...@invalid.diversifycomm.com> on Mon, 08 Oct 2012
>16:42:53 -0700 typed in rec.crafts.metalworking the following:
>>On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 13:04:31 -0700, Gunner <gunnera...@gmail.com>
>>>On Mon, 08 Oct 2012 10:51:10 -0700, pyotr filipivich wrote:
>>>>Gunner <gunnera...@gmail.com> on Mon, 08 Oct 2012 00:13:10 -0700 typed
>>>>in rec.crafts.metalworking the following:
>>>>>On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 20:50:58 -0700, Larry Jaques wrote:
>>>>>>>If Obama wins...we WILL have the Second American Revolution.
>>>>>>>Bank on it.
>>>>>>I'm certain it -will- happen. That's why I want Ron Paul to win. It
>>>>>Never happen, not in a million years.
>>>> Isn't Ron Paul being reelected as a Republican?
>>Yes, but he's a Libertarian at heart.
> So why doesn't he run for Congress as a Libertarian?
> Bernie Sanders runs as a Socialist, and he gets elected andProbably both. Tell me about this "sea change".
>re-elected. Of course, he is the only openly Socialist in the
>Democrat caucus (the rest just are too bashful to admit it.)
>>>> And how much impact has he had on the House of Representatives?
>>As a co-worker. But he is being felt and listened to more now.
> Because of his efforts, or because the TEA party has caused a sea
>>>> And why do the Libertarians feel that if they elect a LibertarianI think they do. People in high places influence others, especially
>>>>as President, he can dictate policy, laws and budgets to the Congress
>>>>of the US? Or do they expect him to rule by Executive Order?
>>>Excellent question and one they have no answer for. These same
>>>> Have not these Libertarians understood the Constitution, that the
>>Kennedy gave us the moon... He had the people behind him.
> Nice response, but it does not answer the questions: Do these
when The People are behind them.
> It was not Kennedy who appropriated the money to buy the realRight.
>estate, buy the parts, or pay the engineers. That had to happen in
>>>Now this has always left me a bit confused as to WHY they think thisWhat a scary mind you have, Pete! <g>
>>>is possible. Perhaps its their honest furor, perhaps its wishful
>>>thinking, or perhaps its way too much pot consumed before posting.
>>Because a President has more power than a co-worker CONgresscritter.
> So, what you want is a Libertarian Obama, who will rule by
> Does anyone else recall Nehemiah Scudder?I didn't read that particular Heinlein book series. Sounds like a
terror novel with the relidjus wrong at the helm. <shudder>
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