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1,000,000 DOLLARS! 1,000,000 VOTES?
November 2 — We are proud to announce that Badnarik campaign contributors have donated well over $1,000,000 to the Badnarik campaign. We thank you heartily! Enjoy the updated Miss Liberty graphic! HUGE thanks to Lance for the flash work! :D Now let’s keep on plugging for those last minute votes! Tell us what is happening in your area in this open thread. ————— Sorry about the intermittent web glitches. Still getting slammed!
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BADNARIK’S LAST STAND
November 2 — Here is an article about Michael Badnarik’s final campaign appearance for 2004 which was held at Texas A&M yesterday. —- Our website and the campaign HQ internet phones are being slammed. We can’t tell yet if we have lots of interested voters or a Denial of Service attack or both. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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BUSH OR BADNARIK?
November 1 — As a recovering Republican, I have been involved in quite a few political campaigns over the last twenty years. Never before, either as a Republican or as a Libertarian, have I seen so much GOP effort to blast a Libertarian presidential candidate. They are clearly running scared. Today started no differently than the preceding few days, with the lastest attack coming in WorldNetDaily with Open letter to Libertarian, Constitution Party voters, where David Kupelian begins his mono-faith blather with, “A tragedy is about to occur.” Should either Bush or Kerry be elected, this prognostication will become totally accurate. However, Kupelian goes on to insinuate that we must vote for Bush, as this is what God wants us to do. …
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KERRY OR BADNARIK?
November 1 — For some great reasons to vote for Badnarik as opposed to John Kerry, please read this Badnarik endorsement by Roderick Long. It begins with this quote from Atlas Shrugged: FERRIS: Are you going to be as impractical as that? REARDEN: The evaluation of an action as “practical,” Dr. Ferris, depends on what it is that one wishes to practice. FERRIS: Haven’t you always placed your self-interest above all else? REARDEN: That is what I am doing right now. - Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged Long’s argument begins with: While I hear a lot about “undecided voters” on the news, I don’t personally know anybody who is undecided between Bush and Kerry. I do, however, know quite a few people who are undecided between Kerry and …
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