who bad repped you dude? dont worry
I miss you Penny
You got bad repped too? For what? Thank you, btw. I appreciate that.
Yes, i'm close to her campaign. I'm actually a campaign manager for a State Representative Candidate, Tim Mullen. www.VoteMullen.com Tim's District and Betsy District over laps in some areas.
Where are you from. I could let you know when she canvasses in a area closer to you. Her District is quite large and covers 3 counties, including Wilkes-Barre, Nanticoke, Hazelton, Western half of Carbon County, Pittston, etc...
Her campaign pretty much just got off the ground. She plans on a sign making event in Wilkes-Barre on March 21st. And on April 10th there is going to be a big Town Hall event in Wilkes-Barre, including Betsy Summers, Sam Rohrer, Peg Luksik and Tim Mullen.
Betsy still needs some major positions to be filled in her campaign.
Do you like in Betsy Summers' District, if so would you be willing to help her campaign. We need some liberty advocates to help with the campaign.
If you live in the Wilkes-Barre area. Come join the local Ron Paul group, www.meetup.com/LuzerneCFL
Yes, I think it's possible to appreciate both sides of the issue. In my view, "mutualism" doesn't necessarily include a dogmatic approach to the theory of value either way, and most modern mutualists certainly don't subscribe to the original labor theory of value in its pure form. Kevin Carson has written somewhat of a synthesis of the two theories of value that I'm still reading through.
To me, mutualism is a free market ideology that understands the radical implications of the free market. Mutualists believe that a large percentage - larger than the typical anarcho-capitalist perceives - of economic institutions would either not exist or would exist in radically different forms if the state was removed from the picture. Mutualists, in my view, have a more complete understanding of how the state has warped the development of our economic system. They also tend to hold more culturally-leftist views, to which I also subscribe, and believe that property rights per se are not sacrosanct but rather that they must be determined through a rule/norm creation process in the absence of a centralized legal authority.
In truth I suppose I am sort of a panarchist, but I see mutualism as the next logical step in my intellectual development from conservative-libertarian-ancap.
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