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The next movement Libertarians start, they damn well better kick the Social Cons out, let this whole Tea Party make a lesson learned.
But at the same time, well is this guy someone you know? If not, isn't it a little unfair to post his facebook page so we can all talk sh*t about him without telling him? I don't know, if you are going to talk sh*t, say it where the person you are talking about can hear you or see what you say. I don't like what he has to say, but technically he does have the right to say it on his Facebook page.
Some baige jacketed Marxist streetpreacher handed me a pamphlet on 'strategy and tactics of the revolution' yesterday, read it for the lulz; advice sounded like what GTA was giving, said a movement that accommodates everyone "liquidates" true believers among those mildly on the left so the message is dilluted, and control over movement direction is lost. Also advised against "sectarianism" saying you should still associate with those who agree on this issue, just not let them into the "vanguard" of the movement (the actual party) if they don't agree on everything. Seemed like dogmatic BS at the time but maybe its good advice for the next tea party?
He might not actually believe this, it could be an act to get votes - while i'd like to think this behavior pushes away the electorate, and only the loudmouths make these ideas sound popular, I'm less sure of that after the Palin effect seemed to actually push up voter turnout.
I am pragmatic and would love the support
Support of what now?
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