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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    So....these go here:
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    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
    I was really hoping this wouldn't happen, since it removes someone from Congress who was actually decent. The only way this would be a good thing is if Nathan Dahm could get in as a replacement, and someone else could get in to replace Dahm in the State Senate. Dahm would have a really good chance of winning the seat, and is in the district. Losing a decent Congressman is bad, but it could be an excellent opportunity to elect an actual Ron Paul supporter in his place, and then another to take his place in the State Senate.
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    04-03-2018, 09:36 PM
    Several members here have announced their candidacies. But unfortunately, the trumpettes have drowned out those discussions. Electing Liberty Candidates is no longer an effort being made here, because everyone has been too distracted by arguing with the trumpettes, or run off by their constant spewing of racism. After Rand folded his run two years ago, instead of shifting the focus to electing Liberty Candidates, this place was allowed to be flushed down the toilet by the trumpettes. Since the election of Liberty Candidates is no longer a topic of discussion here, there isn't much news about this at all. Aside from the members here that are running, there are candidates in AZ and ME running for the US Senate (there have been several threads posted about it, if you look), and a candidate for Governor in OK that seems decent (former State Rep, running on a Constitutionalist and anti-abortion platform). Surely there are plenty more, but these days, I wouldn't count on getting the word about it here. I haven't looked at his website lately, but jurgs01 has done a good job at keeping track of who and where the Liberty Candidates are. Keith probably knows who is running in NH. Perhaps after the orange buffoon is out of office, this place will refocus on electing Liberty Candidates again.
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    Your PM box is full.

    That was the point I was trying to make, but you said much better than I.
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    Your PM box is full. "invisible has exceeded their stored private messages quota and cannot accept further messages until they clear some space."

    Here is the thread I started a couple of days ago.
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    invisible has exceeded their stored private messages quota and cannot accept further messages until they clear some space.

    Tried sending a PM to you but you need to clear your in-box.
  4. I'm in Manchester. I thought you were gonna have a party for romney's defeat? Would have loved to come! Very difficult for me to go anywhere, as I don't have a vehicle anymore.
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    I know we had talked a number of times, but I can't recall, where did you end up in NH?

    While not a "free stater" I'm a liberty person that moved here long before the FSP was even thought of.

    Maybe I can make the welcome a little more sincere.

    If you're ever over in the Carroll county area, let me know, like I said, I'll buy.
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1980 - Litdropped for reagan
mid 1980's – protested reagan's foreign policy
1988 – voted for the first time, for Ron Paul
1992 – opposed Perot for his drug war comments (“cordon off minority neighborhoods and send in the dogs”), and encouraged others to vote LP instead
early 1990's to present – spoke to and warned as many people as possible about the accelerating loss of our freedom, stressed the importance of voting against those who destroy freedom, minority outreach included in these efforts
mid 1990's – protested the start of vehicle emissions testing in MD
mid-late 1990's to 2003 – active on issues of eminent domain and municipal regulation in MD
2004 to 2006 – active on issues of municipal regulation in PA
2007 to 2008 – Ron Paul campaign in IA
2008 – Marshall Shoemaker for State Rep campaign in IA
2009 to11 - minority outreach efforts in PA
2011 – attended CPAC to vote for Ron Paul
2011 to 2012 - Ron Paul campaign in NH
2013 to present – active with State Legislature communication in OK on issues of eminent domain, property rights, real id, and other freedom issues
2014 – Mark Thomas for State Senate campaign in OK
2014 – Duane Crumbacher for State Senate campaign in OK
2015 – minority outreach efforts in OK
2015 – looking forward to campaigns of Rand and state-level Liberty Candidates in OK
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