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Paul tips hat to Barr

Tipping his hat to his former colleague in Congress while rejecting calls to support John McCain--his party's presumptive nominee--Ron Paul had some nice words for LP presidential candidate Bob Barr in a recent interview.  When talking to CNN host John Roberts, Paul stated that Barr represented the values of the Libertarian Party well. 

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For Immediate Release

Democrats work against gas price relief

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Recent legislative efforts by Democrats work against reducing the price of gas for Americans

While Americans are struggling to keep their vehicles fueled without breaking the bank, Democrats in Congress have promoted a string of legislation that would increase the cost of gas for consumers.  "Americans are paying record prices for gas, and Democrats are working in the opposite direction of relief," says Libertarian Party spokesperson Andrew Davis.

Do you support drilling for oil off of U.S. shorelines?

Yes
84% (1434 votes)
No
9% (159 votes)
Maybe
5% (82 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
2% (28 votes)
Total votes: 1703

Was Bush's propensity for war "misunderstood," as he says it was?

Yes
19% (81 votes)
No
66% (276 votes)
Maybe
10% (42 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
5% (20 votes)
Total votes: 419

Event

Texas LP State Convention

When:

Start date: 
Friday, June 13, 2008 - 8:00am
End date: 
Sunday, June 15, 2008 - 5:59pm
Time Zone: 
US/Eastern

Where:

Radisson Hotel Fossil Creek
Fort Worth, TX 76106

Description:

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Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate finishes ballot access drive

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Redpath says Virginians do not need "six more years of the same two parties"

Libertarian Party National Chairman and candidate for U.S. Senate William Redpath will deliver more than 16,000 signatures to the Virginia State Board of Elections on Tuesday in Richmond, concluding more than two months of petition gathering to qualify for ballot access as a Libertarian in the state of Virginia. Redpath, of Leesburg, will face Republican Jim Gilmore and Democrat Mark Warner for the seat currently held by five-term Republican Senator John Warner.

Do you believe the U.S. needs to increase pressure on Iran to abandon its nuclear program?

Yes
40% (306 votes)
No
49% (374 votes)
Maybe
7% (51 votes)
Don't Know/NoResponse
5% (38 votes)
Total votes: 769

Who would be worse for the country?

President John McCain
41% (1193 votes)
President Barack Obama
59% (1752 votes)
Total votes: 2945

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McCain four more years of the same

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McCain fails to separate himself from the Constitution-defying programs of his predecessor

The Libertarian Party is questioning John McCain's rhetoric of bringing "real change" to Washington after it was revealed by a McCain adviser that the Republican presidential candidate supports the warrantless wiretap programs of the Bush administration. "McCain's support of President Bush's domestic spying program would indicate that a McCain administration would be another four years of Constitution treading and civil liberties abuse," says Libertarian Party spokesperson Andrew Davis.

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Can the feds really micromanage the environment?

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Lieberman-Warner bill assumes the federal government can control the weather

Joining the debate surrounding the Lieberman-Warner Climate Securities Act of 2007, the Libertarian Party issued the following statement from party spokesperson Andrew Davis:

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