An Appeal to Potential Non-Voters

(Yes, Tax Victim, there is something to hope for, vote for, and maybe even get enthusiastic about)

[O]nly about half of all eligible American voters vote on election day, sometimes even less. Are you one who stays home? Or one who considers it? If you don't really like the Democratic or Republican candidates, then go ahead, go to the polls anyway and cast a vote for the only candidates who stand for preserving the entire Bill of Rights: the Libertarians. Then your vote really will matter -- a lot -- to help them preserve their ballot status... and to encourage public policy makers and public policy commentators to take their ideas and the Principles of Freedom more and more seriously, more and more into account. (See also: How to REALLY Make Your Vote Count.)

And don't be dazzled by the promises of technocrats like the Reform Party or the Natural Law Party. They only want to tinker, not to get rid of the federal government's massive intrusions into your life as the Libertarians do. These types still revere the super-bureaucracy; they only want to work on making it less inefficient (as if a highly efficient command-and-control state would be a good thing!?).  If you think about it, they're just imitating the deMOBlicans' perpetual "searching" for "whatever works efficiently" without any regard for (or real understanding of) the principles of freedom.

So vote Libertarian! Libertarians already know what works and have a thorough dedication to the principles of freedom. And, yes, you can have both. Because freedom is right. And freedom works.
 
 

"Always vote for a principle, though you vote alone, and you may cherish the sweet reflection that your vote is never lost." - John Quincy Adams "In matters of principle, stand like a rock." - Thomas Jefferson
"You shouldnt waste your vote; cast it for what you want in the future, not just to keep somebody out [of office] today." - Harry Browne, 1996 Libertarian Candidate for President "Give good men great governmental powers, and crooks and control freaks will take them over every time." - Rick Gaber
"I hate Clinton. I hate Dole. It's like choosing your favorite Menendez brother." - Joan Rivers, as quoted in the Fresno Bee "Would you give up your favorite federal programs if it meant you never had to pay income tax again?" - Harry Browne
"That government is best which governs least, because its people discipline themselves." - Thomas Jefferson "Government doesn't work. Freedom works." - Harry Browne
"Right now you're staring at a web page on the huge and ever-growing Internet. You have way more than a thousand times more information and personal contacts at your fingertips than any government bureaucrat ever hoped for. Helloooo? Anybody hooome in there? The future isn't just calling. It's hitting you in the face! Right now! It's absolutely ludicrous to even consider letting those gun-totin', bumbling bureaucrats have any power over your family's future any more. You have the power to do it all. Privately. Voluntarily. Through massive persuasion, not coercion. With or without your favorite cohorts (you may form any voluntary, private group you want). Wake up. Get real. Get responsible. Vote Libertarian." - Rick Gaber

Your vote will also help correct the injustices the Libertarians have been subjected to, including having their presidential candidates frozen out of the debates, even though, as non-billionaires, they had to work their butts off to get on the ballot in ALL 50 states and D.C. (which they've done -- twice in a row now) as well as help propel their ideas much more into local and national prominence. Again, Libertarians don't have to actually win to have extensive influence, so long as they build ever-growing support from people like you. (See also: Remarkable Media Quotes.)


 

Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty



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