Thursday, March 27, 2008

Mike Gravel joins the LP

Yes, this is the same Mike Gravel who wasn't allowed in the Democratic debates. I wholeheartedly and sincerely welcome Mr. Gravel into the Libertarian Party. However, he will have an even harder time getting nominated by the LP than by the Democrats. This is why:

1 comment:

Mark W. Rutherford said...

My guess he's probably 60/40 Libertarian on the Nolan Chart, which anecdotally is when a lot of Libertarians decide to join the party. If he's like others who have joined, he'll be at least 80/20 in a couple of years, and within five years he'll be 100/0 Libertarian. I'm glad to see he's started the process towards a better view of how government works (of doesn't).

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