Re: [FSP] Cooperation?
- What's your point?
--- revitaliser <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> --- In freestateproject@y..., Phyllis <adelaide31@y...>=====
> > Please be more specific. You are not getting your
> > across. (or I just getting senile? 8>)
> In message # 4131, you yourself supported change,
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- --- In freestateproject@y..., "Elizabeth McKinstry" <emckinst@h...>
> Okay, like what?IMO, the FSP shouldn't reflect in-principle support for a specific
type of government, especially if it appears to be in conflict with
what libertarianism stands for. The earlier-suggested change of the
word "sole" into "maximum" in the FSP Pledge would be a big
improvement. I'd also take out the reference to "citizen". But, if
it were up to me, I would never have started with a classical
liberal statement in the first place. The LP National Platform,
specifically the SOP and preamble would be a good place to start
looking for alternative wording, but perhaps we should wait a few
days to see what comes out of the Platform Committee Meeting at the
National Convention. Personally, I strongly doubt that the LP will
change into a classical liberal party.