September 13th, 2004

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During a campaign tour of the Apache Nation Wednesday, Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry said he had a plan to increase every Native American's income by $40,000 a year.

Senator Kerry refused repeated requests for details of his plan, however. He also told the Apaches that during his Senate career, he has voted YES 9,637 times for every Indian issue ever introduced.

Before his departure, the Apache Tribe presented the Presidential candidate a plaque inscribed with his new Indian name, Running Eagle.

After Kerry left, tribal officials explained that Running Eagle is a bird so full of crap it can't fly.

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The Libertarian Party: Its Anarchy with Training Wheels.

During this 2004 Presidential Election, the Libertarian Party supports candidate Michael Badnarik, and he should be elected President because of the issues and not just because of his funny last name. He stands strong on the issues which every American hold near and dear to their hearts; Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. Why should Americans be restricted in their freedoms, the forefathers put together the Bill of Rights to protect us from our own government! As a Libertarian Mr. Badnarik takes to heart this famous saying "That government is best which governs least." (Thomas Paine).
As the Libertarians often say “We are pro-choice everything”. That is a truly American outlook upon life. Have you ever wondered either of these questions: Why should the Government limit my freedom? Or why should my tax money be put into programs I do not support? These are all excellent questions and asking them is the first step into becoming a loyal Libertarian and realizing your full potential as a human being.
Why should the Government limit my freedom?
Well ideally as an American, no one should be able to tell you what you can do and what time you can do it. Personal freedom is the cornerstone of democracy in our fine country and that is why the Libertarian candidate supports the Libertarian Platform, it distinctly states: Individuals should be free to make choices for themselves and to accept responsibility for the consequences of the choices they make. (Part I number 1, executive summary of the Libertarian Platform). If you can accept the consequences of your actions, then you are a step in the direction of voting Libertarian.
Why should my tax money be put into programs I do not support?
A fine question it is. Why should Americans have to support anyone beside himself or herself? Who cares about the elderly and the misfortunate? Not the Libertarians! If you can afford it on your own, more power to you. With Mr. Badnarik in office, we will no longer have to deal with the citizens that drain our society, because there will not be government programs to drain your resources into helping anyone beside yourself.
Michael Badnarik is the man that will lead the Libertarian Party into office. Why suffer another 4 years of a figurehead with no brains, or endure a Herman Munster look a like, when you do not have to. Vote Libertarian. Vote for Michael Badnarik. On November 2nd, 2004, remember this: The Libertarian Party: Its Anarchy with Training Wheels.


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