The Latest from Allen Hacker

In a response on “Hammer of Lies,” Allen Hacker, infamous campaign manager of Michael Badnarik’s U.S. Congressional campaign last year (you know, the $400,000 for 4% race), stated:


Joey Dauben:

I was not elected to a new position in LPC.

There is no process for electoral recall in LPC.

Fraud? Proof? Put up or shut up.

Every time one of you posts one of these devoid-of-facts trolls, the only thing
you keep alive is ongoing proof that whatever blog you’re abusing has lost its
credibility.

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Credibility? This coming from a guy who didn’t think TV ads in a congressional race that stretched from Austin to Houston were a “bad investment.” Or, this coming from a guy who had a campaign rake in $400,000 and to show for it, received 4%. Hmm.

23 Responses to “The Latest from Allen Hacker”

  1. Andy Says:

    “Credibility? This coming from a guy who didn’t think TV ads in a congressional race that stretched from Austin to Houston were a ‘bad investment.’”

    I assume that this should read “from a guy who tought that TV ads in a congressional race that stretched from Austin to Houston were a ‘bad investment.’”

  2. Jason Gatties Says:

    Was he “elected” to a position with the LPC or was he “appointed”? There is a big difference. Not that I’m defending him cause Hacker ruined Badnarik’s campaign, I’m just sayin’.

  3. Allen Hacker Says:

    Joey,

    Your incoherence and lack of imagination do not justify accusations of fraud.

    You’re degrading TPW.

    Put up or shut up.

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  4. Austin Cassidy Says:

    Let’s drop this whole matter once and for all. I understand the questions about SVD and what the heck happened to the LibertyMix money, etc.

    But the Badnarik campaign is over and done with. We know what happened… we know why it didn’t work…

  5. globalist_elitist Says:

    Joey is showing himself to be very unprofessional. He posted a few good blogs; and I agree with him RE: SVD and Hacker; but his actions make TPW look very childish and unprofessional. If he can’t shape up, I think he should be given the boot.

  6. timothy west Says:

    this is basically a troll posting.

  7. Allen Hacker Says:

    Of course it’s a troll, Tim, but thanks for echoing that lament.

    The embarrassing part is how many people take it and the likes of it and run with it as though it has any substance. It spawns all sorts of reinforcement from people who should know better, and it and the infernal tripe it generates go out on the RSS and Google Alerts to become disinformation in the public record. And it generates whole new rounds of smoke where there has never been any fire.

    Worst of all is that Austin, essentially a well-meaning and otherwise bright young man, continues make the serious mistake of asking for it to cease and at the same time contributing to it! That’s just not honest.

    You don’t “know”, Austin, you “assume”.

    It isn’t about “elected” or “appointed”, Jason, there’s an entire context that eludes you. Perhaps you are too busy contributing your own assumptions to the troll to be objective on even the most trivial of points?

    Andy, are you really saying that you’d buy expensive advertising directed at hundreds of thousands of voters outside your district?

    And all of you except Tim, how is it that a guy who flunked 4th and 6th grades even gets a voice around here?

    Do any of you realize how desperate you all look?

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  8. Allen Hacker Says:

    Sorry Andy, I see you were correcting Joey the Chickenhearted who posts anonymously.

    I’d hide too, if I couldn’t pass elementary school. Reporter? Hah!. If you just read the LP.org bio page for him that his lifelong reporting career didn’t work out.

    And he says,
    “I basically walked into The Ellis County Press offices this wishy-washy journalist and came out after four years a principled, passionate and determined advocate for helping people. I didn’t do the routine go-to-college-and-get-a-degree thing right after high school. I knew where I wanted to go and what I wanted to do, and so I just planned to do journalism my whole life.”

    “Principled”? Obviously the “principled” methodology of reporting eludes him. Perhaps that was covered in the 4th and 6th grades…?

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  9. Tom Bryant Says:

    Wow, he can’t even answer a straight up question whether he was elected or appointed to his position at LPC. Perhaps he’ll answer that question for $200,000?

  10. Dan Says:

    Are you guys sure it wasn’t the Xenu branch of the LPC? Back when Allen was communicating with L.R. Hubbard, and Hubbard was telling him that he was the new Messiah and that the LC needs to merge with the State of Aescir so that they can use Allen’s mental powers to disintegrate the IRS, he transcended our state of being. That 200k Allen laundered through his consulting firm and its extra dimensional employees shooting TV ads and putting up billboards on Xenu cannot be ignored.

  11. Allen Hacker Says:

    Wow Tom! Stop making things up: nobody asked me anything.

    And Dan? You’re not even close to funny. I don’t even need any mental powers with you, you’re disintegrated all by yourself.

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  12. Dan Says:

    That was an awesome comeback Allen. I feel completely put in my place. I was wondering, as the messiah, can you offer me penance for my sins? Do I need to check an e-meter or something?

  13. Allen Hacker Says:

    No, Dan, I’m sorry.

    It’s too late for you.

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  14. Tom Bryant Says:

    Jason Gatties wrote: “Was he “elected” to a position with the LPC or was he “appointed”?”

    Allen, the “he” in the above question refers to you. I thought it was quite clear based on the context, but pronouns can be a bit vague sometimes.

  15. Allen Hacker Says:

    Tom,

    I said, no one asked me a question. I’m trying to help you guys get a clue about accuracy; it’s a true shame I haff ta ‘splain it to you.

    Jason wrote about me, not to me; so did you. Now you’re writing to me, that’s better.

    But let me save you some time. I already told Jason that it wasn’t a question of elected or appointed, so if you’re requiring me to run an inference engine, then so must you, and the original statement has been declared false.

    Actually, I freely infer, Joey should be and was, asking Joey. Right direction for the question, but unfortunately not a bright enough person to be asking anything complicated—you know, beyond the 3rd-grade level.

    Joey alleged I was elected to a new position; I was not. Joey had it wrong, everything else is just busybodies looking for proverbial bloodied noses.

    Let me try to be your friend, Tom. You keep waltzing into something about which neither you nor anyone else understands the slightest thing. You are free to do any dumb thing you like, of course, but you might want to consider the possibuility that the entire hullabaloo is a pack of lies, and when it’s all said and done, a bunch of idiots are going to look just like what they are, and I won’t be among them.

    You could save yourself from that. Anyone can. But… wll they?

    Consider it an intelligence test. Are you smarter than a 4th-grade flunkout?

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  16. Tom Bryant Says:

    Allen writes:

    “Jason wrote about me, not to me; so did you.”

    Wow…this guy squirms around like a fish out of water when asked a question. Allen seems to be very reluctant about giving out any information.

    “I already told Jason that it wasn’t a question of elected or appointed”

    The question “Was he elected or appointed” is apparently not a question of being elected or appointed. Again, we see more squirming.

    “Joey alleged I was elected to a new position; I was not.”

    Does this really tell us anything? Coming from most people, one could assume that this means Allen was appointed. But maybe he wasn’t “elected” but rather just had “the most votes”, or maybe he wasn’t appointed but was “asked nicely”. After all, we have to come up with the exact combination of key words in order to communicate with Allen effectively.

    “You keep waltzing into something about which neither you nor anyone else understands the slightest thing.”

    Does anyone really understand anything that goes in Allen’s mind? I sure don’t.

    As to the rest of Allen’s post, I have no idea what any of that meant about being my friend. Is that whole thing a religious reference or what? Anyone help me out?

  17. Allen Hacker Says:

    To,

    I’ll try one more time. Try to expand your mind beyond simplistic Aristotelian logic.

    Now: In my original reply to Joey’s assertion that I was elected to a new position, read the entire sentence.

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  18. Tom Bryant Says:

    Hi Allen,

    Thanks for providing no further information to this discussion.

  19. Allen Hacker Says:

    Tom,

    No further information is necessary. Everything you need to know is right in front of you. If you’re going to insist on being spoonfed, you’ll have to go home to your mommie.

    Forgive me for asking, but did you go to a government school for any length of time after 1965?

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  20. Trent Hill Says:

    Hacker,

    “It isn’t about “elected” or “appointed”, Jason, there’s an entire context that eludes you. Perhaps you are too busy contributing your own assumptions to the troll to be objective on even the most trivial of points?”

    ....that doesn’t tell us ANYTHING Hacker. You like to pretend that you are more intelligent, that we ‘just don’t get it’. The fact is, you deny all accusations, and then give no information to back up those denials.

  21. Allen Hacker Says:

    Hill,

    I can’t help that you guys make yourselves look stupid. What real libertarian, or American for that matter, would say anything even close to, “you deny all accusations, and then give no information to back up those denials.”

    WTF?!!

    Where I grew up, a man is innocent until proven guilty, which is to say (I can’t believe I have to teach you the most fundamental fact of American jurisprudence!!) that the burden of proof is on the accuser.

    That’s you dodos, not me. Not one of you has ever offered any proof for your accusations. And you demand that I prove my innocence?!?

    You’re a goddam fascist.

    Now on to the second point, which is that there was no accusation in the allegation that I was elected to a new position in LPC. So what the hell irrelevancy are you smoking, talking about accusations in a discussion about not being able to think things through?

    Bottom line, it’s not my job to do the thinking for brain-dead boors.

    Aw, look, now you done pissed me off, you obnoxious little twit.

    Get a clue into your pin-headed excuse for an intellect. I don’t have to tell you anything. You have to prove your accusations.

    As I said at the beginning, put up or shut up.

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  22. Austin Cassidy Says:

    Was he re-elected to the SAME position? Hence, not a new position?

    Not sure why we’re speaking in riddles here. But whatever… I say drop the whole thing already. It’s over.

  23. Allen Hacker Says:

    Hurrah Austin!

    The smartest guy in the room.

    You’re right, the silly little riddle is over. But the fascism probably isn’t.

    BTW, great work, putting up the candidate interviews.

    TaTa for now.

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