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Libertarians are too passive
Posted May 11th, 2009 - 9:48 pm by from Bolingbrook, United States (Permalink)
If ever there was a time for Libertarians to make some noise it is now

We are witnessing the largest government takeover of our personal lives
and freedoms here in the US


Posted May 11th, 2009 - 9:51 pm by from Szczecin, Poland (Permalink)
im not passive

i do see what ur saying tho and i think u r right

we all need to get up off our asses and legalise marijuana

this is a massive crime against humanity and the envirnment

hemp for fuel ppl, hemp for fuel

Posted May 11th, 2009 - 11:18 pm by from Bolingbrook, United States (Permalink)
Absolutely, the US arrests 600,000 people every year for Marijuana. Why?

Because It is a multi billion dollar industry.

Posted June 10th, 2009 - 5:50 pm by from Tucson, United States (Permalink)
The most ridiculous part of the farce that is the "Drug War" is that the CIA traffics most the cocaine and heroin worldwide.

Posted June 10th, 2009 - 6:04 pm by from Szczecin, Poland (Permalink)
the CIA is by far the MOST corrupt org in the world

yea and the biggest drug dealer too

if we knew the 1/2 of it there would be freakin anarchy/civil unrest etc


www.hempnowbook.com

Posted June 10th, 2009 - 6:05 pm by from Szczecin, Poland (Permalink)
600k

no mate

try a million, well not far of this figure anyhow

industry yea

they get like 500 to 5000 per day per prisoner

private prisons are just so so wrong

Posted June 14th, 2009 - 8:11 pm by from Hilliard, United States (Permalink)
Not too informed on the whole marijuana debate but do agree that we are seeing a lot of governments (including here in the U.S.) use this global recession of sorts as an excuse to regulate our lives and pocketbooks more and more. The Libertarian Party as a whole I would say is quite active but the problem in the U.S is that the party has to compete with the monied interests and dominance of the two party system. The media gives the two parties all of the coverage and access needed to control the debate on issues. Therefore most Americans feel pressured to back candidates from those two parties. Although there was a glimpse of the activism that lies beneath the surface when Ron Paul entered the race. I think the libertarian voter would fully support and be energized by more person such as him.

Posted June 15th, 2009 - 4:18 am by from Eugene, United States (Permalink)
Heavily agreed. Unfortunately, Ron Paul's campaign topics and policies are a little too radical and idealistic for most Americans to accept so suddenly. If some revolutionary force can take control of one of the main media outlets and educate the masses on the true identity of the Federal Reserve, then there would be an uproar the next day with Ron Paul on the front lines.

Posted June 24th, 2010 - 3:43 pm by from Smyrna, United States (Permalink)
It makes me sad how Constitutionalism is now considered "radical"? Ron Paul has NEVER voted on anything that would be unConstitutional, yet people call him a "kook" for his policies. I am glad he has raised so much awareness among the youth of the nation. The cartel of banksters that are hijacking this nation are his number one concern. End the Fed.