LP Reform Caucus Video: Faith in Freedom

About the Platform Committee’s proposal to “help re-awaken America’s faith in freedom”.

14 Responses to “LP Reform Caucus Video: Faith in Freedom”

  1. Ayn R. Key Says:

    So siding with the reform caucus is like steering a recliner down a very busy street while asleep? I’ll buy a nickle’s worth of that.

  2. Susan Hogarth Says:

    Creativity the LP needs more of.

    Retreading old commercials with subtitles it does not need.

  3. Susan Hogarth Says:

    Shane Cory goes to work for Viguerie:


  4. Steven R Linnabary Says:

    OTOH, my apolitical room mate LOVED it!!


  5. Mike Theodore Says:


  6. disinter Says:

    “Faith” in freedom? WTF?

  7. disinter Says:

    Another member of the retard caucus is posting here now? TPW is going down the tubes…

  8. disinter Says:

    Shane Cory goes to work for Viguerie:


  9. Steven R Linnabary Says:

    “Faith” in freedom? WTF?

    Yeah, I know. It isn’t a dissertation on “sound money” or a thoughtful treatise on the “non-initiation of force”.

    Kind of meaningless, like “audacity of hope”, whatever the F that means.

    OTOH, it isn’t a total watering down of the libertarian message, like pandering to war mongers or statist bureaucracy. More of a non message, really.

    But who can be opposed to puppies? And the warm fuzzy appeal to patriotism with the smiling at the Statue of Liberty & flag?

    Not exactly my cup of tea, but it can appeal to voters that don’t like politics. Rather inoffensive, really.


  10. disinter Says:

    Shane Cory goes to work for Viguerie:

    And is now in charge of TPW:


  11. Justin Grover Says:

    Much better done than some of the other commercials hat were re-positioned.

  12. Steven R Linnabary Says:


    Just watched it again. I didn’t realize it was aimed at Libertarians. In that sense, the ad is lame as F. Libertarians usually want more meat to their diet.

    I thought the ad was aimed toward the general public. Focus groups always seem to like lame, warm and fuzzy slogans and tv ads. Maybe that’s why Obama seems to be known as the candidate that is for “hope”. Who can be against hope?


  13. Kenny Says:

    The sale of this site plus Cory’s appointment is very worrying. The Reform Caucus does not want reform, it wants control. I fear a conservative purge of the radical, i.e. genuine libertarian, wing of the LP.

  14. Susan Hogarth Says:

    I fear a conservative purge of the radical, i.e. genuine libertarian, wing of the LP.

    Piffle. I don’t fear a ‘purge’ - what I fear is that some radicals will simply grow frustrated and leave. This is, I beleive, exactly the wrong strategy. We are stretched thin as it is; please pledge with me to stand firm and stick by the Party now when it needs us most.

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