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I knew the libertarian party was a disorganized front group of leftist all, hats and no boots. For the libertarians to sit still and listen to obviously Stalinist-inspired Gravel tell them that a majority rules in this “constitutional republic” no if and or but, and to “go to another country” reminds me of an old story about the Marxist at a rally telling every one in the crowd that “Come the revolution we’ll all eat strawberries and cream,” and someone in the crowd says, “But I don’t like strawberry’s and cream,” and the Marxist red faced and all screams down at him, “Hell or High water you’re gonna eat Strawberries and CREAM!p>Sounds like all three parties have been altered via subterfuge. br> — Greg Sierveld /p>
The three candidates showcased in Mr. Klein’s column are fatally flawed — do they really expect us to believe they are Libertarians?
Mr. Root wants to seal the border, never mind that every fence I’ve come across has at least one gate. Mr. Gravel, through penumbras and emanations, has read into the Constitution that we have the collective right to a sound economy, to health care, and to education. And Mr. Barr thought that military action in Afghanistan was not justified.