Re: [LeftLibertarian2] Re: Split at FreedomWorks
- Why do you think they'll do that? Doesn't it seem more likely they'll be focused, as they've stated elsewhere, on diluting any libertarianism on the altar of getting something done? You know, don't worry about doing harm: do something, anything! That's always the best course. :/From: Donald Meinshausen <libertree@...>
To: LeftLibertarian2 <LeftLibertarian2@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 12:19 AM
Subject: [LeftLibertarian2] Re: Split at FreedomWorks
After losing an election one can expect for heads to roll. One can hope that the Kochs might put in some people who are more libertarian minded or at least open-minded or even practical. Was it just strategic differences, personality clashes, reduced funding or what?There are no mentions of this at all in this story and it would be interesting to know more. So the Tea Party, or whatever people allied with Freedomworks can no longer say "Yeah, you and what Armey?"
- Talk of such clothes always reminds me of this scene from "Butcher Boy":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57l5rM1adpoI mean, of course, after 3:30, where Francie shows up in his butcher overalls. It's made me afraid of anyone in the meat processing industry and of people who wear such get ups.
From: Jeff Olson <jlolson53@...>
Sent: Monday, December 3, 2012 11:36 PM
Subject: Re: [LeftLibertarian2] Split at FreedomWorks
I suppose I will be reviled for confessing that when I purchased a pair of bib overalls the other day I was inspired by Bruce enough to buy one that actually had a kind of pretty shade of blue (and something that looked like a flower on one pocket...though it might've been a stain).JOOn Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 10:13 PM, Dan <dan_ust@...> wrote:When it comes to money, of course, his principles are negotiable. No doubt, Bruce can explain why: clothing expenses.Regards,Dan
- On 12/4/12 12:19 AM, Donald Meinshausen wrote:
> After losing an election one can expect for heads to roll. One can hopeThe Kochs haven't been connected with FreedomWorks since 2004. The
> that the Kochs might put in some people who are more libertarian minded
> or at least open-minded or even practical.
Mother Jones piece was a little foggy on this point.