Monday, August 27, 2012

The rEbublican pArty Attempting to Limit Voter Choice in Iowa... It Won't Stop There

by: Les Carpenter
Rational Nation USA
Liberty -vs- Tyranny



As could be expected the new neo Fascist rEpublican party and its sorry excuse of a presumptive nominee, Willard Mittens Romneyskull, is trying the usual underhanded tactics so common in the new neo Fascist rEpublican party. They are trying to shut down Gary Johnson's Libertarian run for the presidency by attempting to get him removed from the ballot. All I say is these sorry a** boys must be really scared as it appears they are shi**ing themselves in their attempt to vaporize what they believe is support that would be theirs were it not for the candidacy of Gary Johnson. Well boys and girls, guess what... You haven't earned the support of, or the respect of Gary Johnson or Ron Paul supporters. In fact it is indeed bewildering why ANYBODY would support the rEpublican party today..

Every liberty minded true Republican and independent ought to throw their support solidly behind Gary Johnson. If for no other reason than to bring the new neo Fascist rEpublican party to its knees, if not exterminating it entirely.

Whatever respect liberty minded people might have had for the rEpublican party it should be gone entirely after this crap by the new neo fascist rEpublican party.

The story from the examiner.

Jay Kramer, a Mitt Romney campaign supporter from Washington, D.C., filed a challenge on Friday to keep Libertarian candidate for President, Gov. Gary Johnson, from appearing on the Iowa ballot in November. The Romney campaign hired the Des Moines-based Nyemaster Goode PC for the challenge, which will be heard by Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz on Monday at 3 p.m.

"This is clearly a setup," said the Johnson campaign's attorney, Alicia Dearn. "The Libertarian Party had 2,000 petition signatures and should have been on the ballot without challenge, as they have always done in the past. But Republican Iowa Secretary of State Schultz — in violation of longstanding Iowa law — rejected the petition and required the Johnson campaign to caucus at the state fair. There, the Romney campaign surveilled the Johnson campaign's activities for the sole purpose of bringing this eleventh-hour challenge," Dearn said.

The Romney campaign's challenge was filed Friday afternoon and set for a hearing on Monday afternoon. The 106-page challenge includes photographs of Johnson supporters asking fair-goers to support having Gov. Johnson and the Libertarian Party offered as a choice on the ballot. The Republicans' challenge claims that the state fair signatures should be thrown out because the signers are not Libertarians.

"The challenge is legally frivolous," asserts Dearn. "You don't have to be a registered Libertarian to want a third choice on the ballot. Iowans deserve to choose for themselves who to vote for, which is why Gov. Johnson should be on the ballot." {Read More}

The new neo Fascist rEpublican party is about limiting the voters choice, it is about building walls to insulate themselves from new ideas and limiting the peoples access to the same, it is about control, it is about nothing that our founders envisioned for this nation. Yes Obama and his policies must be replaced. But do we want to replace them with a party that will yield nothing much better and possibly much worse?

Yes I am pissed, and so should every American be pissed over the rEpublican parties attempts to limit the electorates choice at the ballet box. A party that will attempt this is a party that will surely limit your liberty at the first reason they find to do so. Believe me, when they do, and it will happen (anybody remember the Patriot Act, Homeland Security, and the TSA?) it will be to increase their own control over your life, liberty, property, and happiness.

The Libertarian Party Platform is a platform for liberty. The candidacy of Gary Johnson is the only choice that will insure fiscal responsibility in government and that individual liberties are recognized and protected by the government. For those of us who cherish our freedom and liberty, the birthright of all Americans, Gary Johnson is the only rational choice before us in 2012..


9 comments:

  1. I could be wrong, Les, but I think that the Johnson factor probably cuts both ways. I mean, yeah, he'll no doubt peel off some of the fiscal conservatives from Romney but I also think that he'll get a fair share of the social liberals and peaceniks away from Obama. It'll be really interesting to see how it all plays out.

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    1. Will, it does, and it is logical that it would.

      The GODDAMN Commission on Presidential Debates, heavily influenced by the rEpublican party will assure Johnson does not have a voice on the platform with BHO and WMR.

      The unethical new neo Fascist rEpublican party is attempting to limit voter choice because they realize they have no message, no plan, and are scared shi**ess of liberty candidates.

      Unfortunately most of America is content living in Orwellian America.

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  2. Les, I must have missed a post or two, but please explain to me the peculiar capitalization of r"E"publican?

    And your surprising use of "new neo Fascist!" Holy guacamole, I did not expect that.

    With sincere respect, what's going on over there between Libertarians and the GOP? Is this kind of thing happening around the nation? That would be very bad.

    On the other hand, if Libertarians gave in just an inch or two here and there, there are innovators out there who could make government both more efficient and useful - and safe.

    The inches you Libertarians would have to give would be direct human-to-human taxation. I sell something for a profit, I pay a tax to sell it in order that I may have order. It's really as simple as that. We can't have commerce without order. And order must come from the people in an ordered society.

    We Americans are very lucky. The Constitution provided an order that allowed for extensive liberties, but sometimes must be amended, as constitutionally allowed.

    In it's genius, was a wording that could work over time - could be interpreted to fit circumstances the writers could only fantastically imagine at best. This was done intentionally, as these Enlightened men, and many women, full understood.

    I don't see Libertarianism as a realistic way of ordering society, but I also do not see, at all, why any of you support Republicans, or "rEpublicans," as you call them. Liberals like me have more in common with you than any conservative I know of.

    JMJ

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    1. Peculiar capitalization - Signifies personal disrespect for the useless party.

      Well, how would you describe the rEpubllican party of the present? It has become as bad as the dEmocrat party, if not worse.

      Libertarians are not rEpublicans... The new neo Fascist rEpublicans are neocon pseudo intellectuals with their heads so far up where the sun don't shine it is hoped they exterminate themselves due to lack of fresh air.

      Libertarians are about Constitutional first principles and letting the market, absent government subsidies and cronyism. Survive and thrive on the merits of ypur business or fail and do something else. Getting rid of USELESS COSTLY regulations, not the ones that actually make sense.

      Big difference in how we view governments role in society at large and business specifically. I agree there are similarities, likely because I am foremost a Classical Liberal. And beyond that is where we part company jkmj.

      True, real conservatism no longer exits. It has morphed itself into a new neo Fascist mentality that Rand and Piekoff foresaw and understood.

      At any rate the rEpublican party is DEAD so far as I'm concerned. The RomneySkull fascist asshat attempt to get Johnson off the Iowa ballot was the straw that broke the camels back if you will.



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  3. The GOP has completed its transition to the Nazi Party.

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    1. Fascist yes, but I am not yet prepared to equate the New Neo Fascist Party of America with the Nazis quite yet.

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    2. Yeah, the Nazi card is getting a little frayed from overuse by both sides these days. It's probably best to save that one for Armageddon.

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  4. In all likelihood, the incumbent will win by a small margin due to the fact that Ron Paul supporters, some of whom sought change by previously voting for Obama will NOT support Mitt. I can't see how pulling the plug on Johnson would be advantageous. A libertarian minded voter will just ignore the election, leavng both mainstream candidates in the same position.

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