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Badnariks response to bin Laden tape

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posted on Oct, 30 2004 @ 03:45 PM
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I saw on TV the other day that Bill Clinton was going to campaign for Kerry in Arkansas, because he believed it was now in play. (sorry, couldn't find a news story link) If it goes blue on Tuesday, I'll be sure to tell all my friends that it was the moonshiners (go Amuk!).


I think it's great that Badnarik made his statement and of course I agree with him about changing US foreign policy towards one of non-intervention. I don't see Switzerland as an Islamic Fundamentalist terrorism target. It's about time our government stopped trying to run the world.




posted on Oct, 30 2004 @ 06:10 PM
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Originally posted by Amuk
Here is the Libertarian response to the Bin Laden tape
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I think he has a better grasp of the problem than EITHER candidate for the big two


I think you hit the nail on the head, Amuk. He seems to be able to focus on the fact that the WTC was a crime, and that the point is to gather evidence and bring the guilty to justice.

Very unlike the yahoos in Washington [both parties] who want to politicize the tragedy and use it as a rationalization for breaking international law and killing the Bill of Rights, not to mention violating the constitutional rules for declaring war.

I may vote for him, but he won't win. People who stick to the point instead of exciting passions and prejudices and making wild promises seldom gather much of a crowd. _javascript:icon('
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posted on Oct, 31 2004 @ 12:02 PM
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Originally posted by Fu Manchu

Originally posted by Amuk
Here is the Libertarian response to the Bin Laden tape
[-snip-]
I think he has a better grasp of the problem than EITHER candidate for the big two


I think you hit the nail on the head, Amuk. He seems to be able to focus on the fact that the WTC was a crime, and that the point is to gather evidence and bring the guilty to justice.

Very unlike the yahoos in Washington [both parties] who want to politicize the tragedy and use it as a rationalization for breaking international law and killing the Bill of Rights, not to mention violating the constitutional rules for declaring war.

I may vote for him, but he won't win. People who stick to the point instead of exciting passions and prejudices and making wild promises seldom gather much of a crowd. _javascript:icon('
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There are going to be 4 million + people voting for him... Since 4 million people voted libertarian in 00 (i think don't quote me on that)

with the media attention ect, I think he's going to be getting alot more then that.. Every vote counts, and the more the merrier.



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