Sunday, December 11, 2005

Licks of flame from very dry kindling

To: f4jusa@yahoogroups.comFrom:

Joel xxxDate">@yahoo.com>Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 06:21:09 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: [f4jusa] Re: Michael Badnarik's Constitution Class

I agree completely. Dr. Klien has made it quite clearthe equally shared parenting is his primary platformand any votes for him will not be misconstrued.

---@gmail.com> wrote:

I submit that a vote for Dr. Klein will be worth 100 for the Libertarian Party candidate. Irrespective of the election outcome, few votes for Dr.> Klein will be mistaken for things besided 'family values' votes. Whereas a Libertarian vote (though I also personally agree> with LP platform overall) will drop into the old LP bucket where it will be construed an anti-tax or other traditional LP platform issue.

The way for the family law reform community to make> a statement will be with a vote for Dr. Klein. Virtually every vote he garners, with the backdrop of his Washington Times ads and other statements on the issue will be a vote perceived as cast for an equal custody act...

On 12/10/05, @yahoo.com> wrote:

No arguments from me regarding Ron Paul (I voted> for him when he ran for President on the Libertarian ticket in 1988). There's a "Draft Ron Paul for President" campaign everey four years in the LP. Tancredo was my congressman when I was living in Colorado. His rhetoric is just a bit too strong to be believable (Nuke Mecca if terrorists ever dirty-bomb anyplace in the US). I can't really tak what he says too seriously. And there's no argument at all that there's enough blame from all quarters as to why Equal Parenting isn't the standard across all the states (don't blame it all on the feminists, particularly the "old school feminists" - equally shared parenting rather than division of parenting labor was part of their mantra in the 60's and 70's). It's the "new-school feminists that seem to consider men to be irrelevant (and even dangerous).

If there wasn't a Libertarian who backed Equal Parenting running in the 2008 Presidential election then I might have to consider Dr. Klein's candidacy. But there will be such a Libertarian candidate because the LP is not a Johnny-come-lately to this issue.

usa@yahoogroups.com, Date: Sat Dec 10, 2005 9:43 pm

Subject: Re: [f4jusa] Michael Badnarik's Constitution Class

The red and blue have BOTH betrayed the constituents of the country. The GOP puts on a better 'family> values' show, but their actions speak much louder than their hollow statements...Neither a Democrat nor Republican at the federal deserves any of our votes, in my view. The sole exceptions are likely Rep. Tom Tancredo of Colorado and Rep. Ron Paul of Texas...The rest are pretenders and sound bite animals.

We should all be getting seriously behind Dr. Mark Klein for a serious run at the presidency. And we should all start contributing, in my view, toward a pointed billboard to be slapped as close to a major Washington D.C. thoroughfare as is plausible...

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