View Full Version : An alliance needs to be formed with the libertarians

01-07-2008, 09:46 AM
Julius Caesar himself could not have accomplished his overtake of the senate without Pompey and the formation of the triumvirate. If we are to win this election, we need a pillar of support from a long embattled but relatively strong libertarian base. If we can get them to already nominate RP as their representative for president even if unofficially, it would seriously boost RP - and I mean really boost. Significant percentage points in each state primary - as we know libertarians through time have cultivated strong local bases throughout the country.

We have to use some political maneuvers to accomplish this, but frankly with cynical rhetoric such as if RP doesn't win we're doomed to war and death plus his historic libertarian views should make him a prospect to them.

Let's contact the libertarian meet ups + HQ!!!

01-07-2008, 10:04 AM
Well I just emailed the chairs of the libertarian party in New Hampshire, Michigan, Texas, South Carolina, Florida, and California.

"I've always been a social conservative and economic conservative and
with the recent events in the course of our nation I've looked over
the republican candidates as I'm now 18 years old and am able to vote.

Ron Paul struck me as a breath of fresh air in an otherwise quagmire
of loose lies and irrelevant rhetoric. I've come to learn that he
represents a lot of libertarian views and even ran for the presidency
a while ago as a libertarian. Seeing as to where the republican party
has come, I've decided to switch to the libertarian party due to Ron
Paul exposing me to this party. I think a lot more would come to the
libertarian party too if they got the same exposure I did. If Ron Paul
became president it would mean an unprecedented outlook for the
American people back into how this system used to work in America
based on integrity and American values. However, Ron Paul's chances -
though arguably a lot greater than a few months ago - of getting the
nomination by himself is slim. Therefore, I'd like to inquire as to
the possible chances of an alliance between the existing libertarian
party and Ron Paul's run for the presidency. Like I have stated, I
think it would mean an extreme exposure and gain in popularity for the
libertarians, and would put Ron Paul in the white house with views
that exactly align with libertarian sentiments. It would basically be
like putting a libertarian in office."

Hopefully it accounts for something.

01-07-2008, 10:31 AM
Of course they know about Ron! But do you see how often the media hassles Ron about a possible third-party candidacy? Use some savvy. Don't attract attention to the Libertarian party.

01-07-2008, 11:00 AM
I'd say Ron has the support of at least 90% of Libertarians (I'm one of them).