Badnarik’s New Venture

2004 Libertarian presidential candidate Michael Badnarik - who most recently ran for U.S. Congress in Texas’ 10th District, receiving 4% of the vote after spending $400,000 - is now hosting a radio show, according to the latest from and We The People Radio Network.

Still no word where Badnarik’s campaign manager, Allen Hacker, ran off to or what the status is of the retirement of Badnarik’s campaign debt.

10 Responses to “Badnarik’s New Venture”

  1. Richard Winger Says:

    Allen Hacker lives in California, attended the California Libertarian convention last weekend, and was elected to a party office.

  2. Austin Cassidy Says:

    Do you remember what office?

  3. Devious David Says:

    Post-convention garbage pick-up, hopefully… ok ok, seriously… fund raiser?

  4. Nigel Watt Says:

    Chief Thetan Control Officer, probably. About all L. Ron Hacker would be good for.

  5. globalist_elitist Says:

    Allen Hacker was elected PR Chief of the California LP, vice president of internet outreach and blog monitoring.

  6. matt Says:

    Maybe he’ll be good at it. I hope so, since there’s no reason to throw someone to the dogs because of one failure or ethics accusation. I hope the job doesn’t give him access to the checkbooks, since his suitability in that department has been called into question, but besides that, go Hacker!

  7. Devious David Says:

    Oh, Hacker is definitely capable in some areas, for sure. It’s just incumbent upon the party to put him where his skills can be used best, which is really no different than it should be for any individual for any office. The guy is compassionate, energetic and committed - we should be glad to have him.

  8. Joey Dauben Says:

    If I spent $400,000 and got only 4% of the vote, you people would be fired.

  9. globalist_elitist Says:

    I don’t get it (the above comment).

  10. Brian Holtz Says:

    For details about the LPCA convention, see my blog

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