Who do you think will win New Hampshire?

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

The last two years...

On November 4, 2008, two years ago to the day, Barak Obama was elected President of the United States. He campaigned on a promise of hope and change from the way that the GOP has run things. So, he got elected by a large margin.

What is the result? Deficits, unending wars, massively bigger, bloated government, and the destroying of our Constitutional liberties and freedoms that we as Americans hold so dear.

What do we do? We need to defend our Constitutional liberties. We need to join the Libertarian Party, the only political party that will preserve our liberties. The GOP has eroded our freedoms. The Democrats have eroded our freedoms. Libertarians will end this erosion and give us back the nation that we love.

We need to invite the masses to join the LP, and hold honest debates over our domestic and foreign policy. Shutting down the opposition is not the answer. Rather, refuting the opposition’s arguments and converting our foes if possible is the answer.

We need to save our nation and take back America…before it is too late.

"The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government -- lest it come to dominate our lives and interests." -- Patrick Henry

"The strength of the Constitution, lies in the will of the people to defend it." -- Thomas Edison

1 comment:

  1. I'm a recovering liberal. I held my nose and voted for Obama 2 years ago, hoping to end the wars, the Patriot Act, and gain equal rights for gays, for my family. Boy was I suckered--and I'm bitter. As a fiscal conservative and a social liberal--or more simply put--a believer in freedom, I've found a home in this party. I'm sure others will as well if the Tea Party can escape the grasp of social conservatives who call themselves Tea-partiers.