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Re: The Danger of Endorsements

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  • norma4ny
    Looks like I ve been demoted from international banker (a la Ron Paul s gold standard newsletters of the 80 s) Conspiratorially yours, Norma Segal, cute card
    Message 1 of 15 , Jun 13, 2007
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      Looks like I've been demoted from "international banker" (a la Ron
      Paul's gold standard newsletters of the 80's)
      Conspiratorially yours,
      Norma Segal, cute card carrier, *A.J.L.
      *American Jewish Lobby


      --- In RLC-Action@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Zimny" <rlcmikey@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Horowitz, Segal, etal. It's the American Jewish lobby that wants
      > America militarily engaged in the Middle East.
      >
      > So they despise Ron Paul and anyone else that speaks of dis-
      engagement.
      >
      > It's amazing to me (the cynicism)that after the holocast and the US
      of
      > A's support of Israel for the past 60 years that the American Jewish
      > Lobby would weaken the USA by having us fight a tar baby in the
      Middle
      > East. And they would put their money on someone like the Bush
      family
      > who financially supported Hitler in 1930's Germany (per Kevin
      Phillips
      > , "American Dynasty").
      >
      >
      >
      > --- In RLC-Action@yahoogroups.com, "Dan McGuire" <danmcguire@>
      wrote:
      > >
      > > Sorry, I can't agree with this. You're making Republican friends,
      > > they are becoming liberty-minded, but they want to tell you who
      you
      > > should select for President? And will be offended if you choose
      > > someone else? Please!
      > >
      > > Maybe New Hampshire is unique, but similar to Norma, I'm on the
      > > Republican State Committee and am pretty well-known to other
      activist
      > > Republicans in the state. The RLCNH is sharing an office with
      > > conservatives right across the street from the State House. I've
      had
      > > more than one conservative come to me asking where they can get
      Ron
      > > Paul bumper stickers. [By the way, the free-market ones made by
      the
      > > www.ronpaulhq.com folks are much more attractive than the official
      > > stickers.]
      > >
      > > It's understood that everyone has their presidential favorites. I
      > > know people in the Giuliani, McCain, Romney, Tancredo, Tommy
      Thompson,
      > > Fred Thompson, Cox, and Hunter campaigns. Our state party bylaws
      > > forbid officers from getting involved in primaries for exactly
      this
      > > reason.
      > >
      > > Dan
      > >
      > >
      > > --- In RLC-Action@yahoogroups.com, Norma Segal <norma4ny@> wrote:
      > > >
      > > > My RLC purpose here in Westchester County, New York
      > > > was to "infiltrate" the Republican Party and raise
      > > > awareness in my neighbors as to the blessings of
      > > > liberty. I attend Republican events, hold office in my
      > > > town committee and the county women's group and, as
      > > > area and district leader, I carry nominating petitions
      > > > and chat up the locals. They know to come to me for
      > > > "Cutting Back City Hall" solutions to local problems.
      > > > Many now very generously contribute to and attend
      > > > speaker events at Cato and FEE. And so: socially,
      > > > cordially, with a glass of red wine in the hand, they
      > > > are learning of Ayn Rand, von Mises, Bastiat, Hayek,
      > > > AND RON PAUL, who spoke of education choice at FEE.
      > > > A major national RLC "in your face" candidate
      > > > endorsement would serve little purpose, be viewed as
      > > > adversarial and be counter productive to what I
      > > > thought our original goal was, especially when the
      > > > state Republican org. has already endorsed someone
      > > > else.
      > > > I say let us each work as Republican-Libertarian
      > > > individuals for the candidates of our choosing, and
      > > > avoid the big sudden moves that will scare the lovely
      > > > birds and nice friendly squirrels away.
      > > > Still for Liberty in Our Time,
      > > > Norma Segal
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > >
      >
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