Tag: Bob Barr

How I Voted

Given that the odds of a New Yorker casting the deciding vote for president are 1.9 billion to 1, I tend not to take voting too seriously. Even if Bob Barr somehow triples the results of the last Libertarian presidential…

Bob who?

It’s still a financially Herculean task to compete against the two major parties’ multi-million dollar campaigns to get their candidate into a job that pays only $400,000 per year. And one which they must resign from after 8 years anyway. Simple math doesn’t justify such an insanely expensive job campaign. But it makes sense when one adds up what the interest groups behind those campaign dollars have to gain.

Decidedly Undecided

With only two weeks away from the election, there are still millions of Americans who feel they are without a candidate. And not because they’re undecided. They’re actually decided on the fact that neither Obama nor McCain represent anything they stand for.

Cowardly McCain Republicans Try to Cheat Barr and 50,000 Pennsylvania Voters

Apparently it’s not enough that Libertarians need 12 times more signatures to get on the Pennsylvania ballot.  It’s not enough that the Republican authorities did all they could to keep Ron Paul out of the primary debates.  The McCain-Feingold Incumbent…

McCain-Lieberman Would Be Good News for Barr-Root

The McCain campaign is floating the idea of Democratic Independent Senator Joe Lieberman as McCain’s running mate. Unlike the Bloomberg-Paul ticket in Virginia, McCain-Lieberman is actually a good match. Both are warmonger welfare-statists. As one of the commenters at Alarming…