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Washington and New York Insiders Forming New Political Party

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    Washington and New York Insiders Forming New Political Party By spontaneously raising $20 million, the Ron Paul Revolution has led Washington and New York
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 1, 2008
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      Washington and New York Insiders Forming New Political Party

      By spontaneously raising $20 million, the Ron Paul Revolution has
      led Washington and New York political insiders to a startling
      conclusion: many Americans don't want or need them any more.

      Like any politician worth his salt, they have hatched a plan to get
      in front of this new parade. If they can't beat the Revolution,
      they'll join them (sort of). Instead, they'll blunt the trauma by
      creating their own "third party". They meet next week on January
      7th at the University of Oklahoma to hammer out a platform.

      The list of participants in this new joint venture reads like
      a "Who's Who" of America's most mealy-mouthed and non-ideological
      pencil-pushers: Mayor Michael Bloomberg, former senators Sam Nunn
      (Ga.), Charles S. Robb (Va.) and David L. Boren (Okla.), and former
      presidential candidate Gary Hart. Republican organizers include Sen.
      Chuck Hagel (Neb.), former party chairman Bill Brock, former senator
      John Danforth (Mo.) and former New Jersey governor Christine Todd
      Whitman, William S. Cohen, a former Republican senator from Maine
      and defense secretary in the Clinton administration; Alan Dixon, a
      former Democratic senator from Illinois; Bob Graham, a former
      Democratic senator from Florida; Jim Leach, a former Republican
      congressman from Iowa; Susan Eisenhower, a political consultant and
      granddaughter of former president Dwight D. Eisenhower; David
      Abshire, president of the Center for the Study of the Presidency;
      and Edward Perkins, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

      If you haven't heard of many of these names before, don't be
      alarmed. They have done most of their dirty work behind the scenes
      of American politics. All of them are rather famous for not having
      any strong opinions or taking moral stands. The group is
      reminiscent of the failed putsch by committee against Mikhail
      Gorbachev in August of 1991.

      The log-jam in American politics may finally be broken. A well-
      financed new political party may wake Americans up to a reality
      beyond the two-party system. In their last ditch attempt to save
      their skins without the use of force, the political elites may just
      be hastening their own end.

      For Liberty,

      Robert Butler
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