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    07-28-2017, 08:03 PM
    I find that keeping track of them is important. When going up to the Capitol and talking with the Legislators, you have to know who you will be likely to have an impact with, who you can work on, and who talking to is a waste of time.
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    07-28-2017, 07:59 PM
    Whenever I'm up at the State Capitol, I always ask the good Legislators who are about to hit their term limits if they will please run for Congress in the next election. The exception is if they're in Bridenstine's district.
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    07-28-2017, 07:52 PM
    Absolutely! They do have to be taken with a grain of salt, for exactly that reason. Plus, it depends on what votes on what bills are used to measure. But generally speaking, these scorecards ARE useful and accurate. At least on the two here in OK, those scoring at the top are the cream of the crop, and those scoring at the bottom are bottom of the barrel. What's interesting to note is how well our Ron Paul supporters in the State Legislature score, and how poorly those who have defeated Ron Paul supporters running for office have scored. And no scorecard is honest unless they explain what votes were used for the scoring, and why.
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    07-28-2017, 07:42 PM
    No hesitation in voting yes. Even when you have disagreed with people, you have still had an open enough mind and the intellectual honesty to admit when someone else is correct with a superior argument. That shows integrity.
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    07-28-2017, 07:31 PM
    Such a thing DOES exist. Actually, we have two of them scoring the state legislators here in OK. :) Both of them tend to be pretty consistently accurate as to who is, and who isn't. The Conservative Index: The RINO Index:
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    07-28-2017, 12:36 PM
    The trumpettes have run off most of the remaining activists here, so I don't expect much more than crickets on this one. I'd love to be wrong about this, but suspect that I won't be. This is where our efforts should have been in the last election, but everyone was too busy arguing with the trumpettes to do anything productive. But hopefully some good people will run, and we can vote really hard for them!
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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
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2015 – looking forward to campaigns of Rand and state-level Liberty Candidates in OK
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