Last edited by Hatuey; 09-07-09 at 01:44 AM.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
The only libertarian politician who has been elected to U.S. congress. That's a fact.
He's only pretending to be a republican. He ran as a Libertarian in 1988.
The only way Ronnie's being remembered is if we put a Brüno DVD in a time capsule.
Out of these options, Mitt Romney is the easy winner, but don't count out others like Tim Pawlenty in Minnesota. Though he hasn't yet said he will run, we know he will.
like me send him. Whether working within the system is more cost-effective than armed resistance - that's a more complicated question.
And "pulling oneself up by one's bootstraps" is an analogy for socialism: trying to get a greater outputs from a system (government) than its inputs. Capitalism is analogous to pushing away from something, thereby creating value.
Last edited by Alex Libman; 09-07-09 at 02:00 AM.
For what it is worth: I did not put Ron Paul(or Tim Pawlenty) on the list because there is a max of 10 poll options, and in Paul's case, he is really a Libertarian, not really a republican.
Or to be more honest, I forgot both, but would have ran into the problem of 10 poll options anyway.