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Re: [Seattle-Anarcho-Capitalism] Re: [Seattle Voluntarists] Fwd: A message from Sarina Forbes, a member of The Seattle Austrian Economics Meetup Group

From: Mark H
Sent on: Saturday, September 24, 2011 3:20 AM

You may find it laughable, but I'd be ecstatic to have a non-warmonger president who wants to drastically reduce the size of the federal government. How much he would actually be able to reduce it is questionable, given all the opposition he would run into, but it would be fun to see him try.


On Sep 24, 2011, at 3:13 AM, Morgan Catha wrote:

> I'm surprised that the The Stranger has sunk to the depths of irrelevancy required to cover a Campaign for Liberty Meeting.  I guess they'll do anything necessary to smear whatever right-wing element exists in Seattle.  Regarding Ron Paul, as far as I'm concerned, he's disqualified himself as a candidate through his inept performances in the debates.  The idea of him as president is laughable, and I hope you folks feel the same.
> -Morgan

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