Saturday, May 14, 2016

What Will Your President Do?


5 Comments:

At 12:34 PM, Blogger Rick Wentworth said...

to do that in california , first johnson has to eliminate democraps in our state
so in other words , he cant do any of that in california

 
At 1:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Johnson shares most of those points with Sanders. But, IMHO, shrinking government would have disastrous effects for the average American. Fix government where it is broken, don't end it.

 
At 2:08 PM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

"Fix government where it is broken, don't end it."

Few libertarians want to 'end" government, but that's not a valid concern even if they did.

We can't even slow the growth of government, much less shrink it or end it. You can relax.

 
At 2:12 PM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

For those skeptical of my above comment, just look at the so- called "sequester" that took place a few years ago. That was supposed to shut down unessential agencies and functions. Looks what happened with that with no agencies shut down and people screaming their hearts out over it.

It didn't bother me, but nothing was done, even by experienced politicians in Washington. Yet, you're worried government is going to end?

 
At 9:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's only one self proclaimed libertarian who wants to end the entire federal govt, which is Darrell Perry. (many of his other ideas are outstanding, but he takes it way too far). Without the limited & defined central govt, we would have no defense borders, or foreign commerce, etc. Unlike Perry, Most Libertarian's respect the purpose of the central govt., just not the corruption they've gotten intoxicated with.
With that said, yes, most of them do want to end the corruption & the abc groups are a major part of the tyranny we face. By placing the power back into the state's where it belongs, the state's would be able to better manage all agencies through the voice of the people. We can demand elected offices, (Fed's are appointed, they make their own rules, fines, enforcement, very unconstitutionally). The state's power can bring the needed parts of each agency into a constitutional contract. The people can form watchdog groups to keep them honest, recall the corrupt ones, petition for justice, etc.
I like Gary, because he seems to respect the idea of borders, screening, visas, etc. Some of the other candidates don't want borders, while others give the impression they don't, but in reality they are promoting more Ellis island type stations, border patrols, but no costly literal walls. It can get confusing.
I like Austin Petersen a lot, because of his Ellis island, pro-life, cutbacks on abc groups until they're managed constitutionally & without ammo, flat tax, ending the IRS, and more. He's also against grouping people into protective classes, & wants to get back to the Framer's original intent where every single individual is a protected class. The individual is the smallest minority in the world. How can this be done? By spreading true information instead of propaganda & disinformation that has been devised over the years to manipulate & control.

 

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