Sunday, August 03, 2003
Libertarian? Governing? One of the things that pushed me out of the Libertarian camp was that they acted more like a debating society than a political party, and would rather create the perfect hypothetical society as a thought experiment than compromise to make a more "libertarian" reality. As the Baseball Crank points out, California is the perfect place to make a run. You would think that libertarians, running on a left-leaning social platform along with a promise of fiscal discipline by cutting government waste, could take the governorship. Of course, then they'd have to govern. Then again, getting elected might be a problem too. They certainly can't run the same candidate they ran for governor last November, because he won't be taken seriously. BECAUSE HE'S A DRUID..
Does Neil Boortz have California residency?
JH 3:13 PM