Sunday, September 30, 2007

Robert Fuller, Libertarian for City Council

Robert Fuller has been working very hard in his quest for 5th District City Council. He has done a lot of walking and he has met a lot of voters in his District.

You can learn more about Robert here:

Mike Sylvester


Anonymous said...

I havent seen many yard signs for this guy? Enders has his signs out, why no fuller signs?

Anonymous said...

These smart libertarians printed "Vote for Bob" signs. They are for Robert Enders AND Robert Fuller.

Phil Marx said...

Hey anonymous, I'm looking foreward to the day that you run for office. I'll be watching for those "VOTE FOR ANONYMOUS" yard signs.

Robert Enders said...

There just be something like that a couple decades up the road. Look for hologram displays that say "G@mer45 for President".

I'm only partly joking. Many bloggers are better known by their handles than they are by their real names. As the Internet replaces older forms of media, a few politicians will probably be better known by their commentary than their face. Especially if they have not yet taken the time to upload their pics.

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