Yes of course but first we need to become more known.
Yes but we will never get elected.
No and I'm damn glad of it.
No because we will never get well known/enough votes.
Thanks digsbe. Any of you Libertarian types can add/amplify/correct that? Do we have any Libertarian Republicans here?
Don't tread on me= Don't tread on my corporate masters
Last edited by digsbe; 04-11-10 at 01:45 PM.
To answer the OP - I consider myself a libertarian only because it would be the closest match to what I believe in politically. Of course, I am not on board with their lack of foreign policy.
I do have the strong belief in shrinking the federal governments role in our daily lives and giving more decision making capability to the states.. but would it work in this day and age? I have no idea. I DO know, that a lot of what is being practiced now isn't what I would call a well oiled machine. More like a bloated albatross.
I especially like the individualistic ideals outlined by the lp - gay marriage? Go ahead.. it's YOUR business, not mine. You want to do drugs? Go ahead... it doesn't affect me... etc....
I am very fiscally conservative and very socially liberal. Unfortunately, I don't see people adopting the actual LP as a serious party - until of course, people get tired of the same lying bull**** presented by the Reps and Dems. /shrug
Fool me once, shame on you.
Fool me twice....shame on me.