Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Before Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Parties...

The Libertarian Party of Allen County's annual tax protest has been held every year since 2005. We protested Bush's overspending, we protested Obama's overspending, and I expect that we'll be protesting the next president's overspending. This year, it will take place on Tuesday, April 17th from 5pm until we get tired and leave around 8 or 9pm. It will be at the usual spot just north of the Clinton Street Post Office.


Gloria said...

So what's your point? The Tea Partiers aren't supposed to protest, Occupy Wall Street isn't supposed to protest, but it's okay for the Libertarians to protest? EVERYONE has the right to protest! Just because you don't believe in what they are protesting really doesn't mean that they shouldn't protest. And really, what are you going to accomplish? Death and taxes are inevitable, unless you can survive in the wilderness. Then, you have to worry about death.

Robert Enders said...

Nowhere in this post did I imply that other groups do not have a right to protest. Yes, death and taxes are inevitable in any modern society. But I believe in delaying the former for as long as possible, and minimizing the latter.

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