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How would you rate Ben Bernanke's performance as Federal Reserve Chairman?

Excellent
1% (5 votes)
Very Good
1% (4 votes)
Good
6% (20 votes)
Average
17% (59 votes)
Bad
19% (65 votes)
Very Bad
12% (42 votes)
Horrific
42% (143 votes)
Total votes: 338

Help us in West Virginia

For those that have been following the LP's ballot access journey for 2008, the goal has been 48 states--standard for the Party since becoming the third largest political party in the United States.  The LP's success with ballot access is partially why it can legitimately claim to hold this status.

What issue is most important to you right now?

Economy
62% (279 votes)
War in Iraq
10% (46 votes)
National Security
5% (23 votes)
Immigration
9% (41 votes)
Healthcare
2% (10 votes)
Other
11% (48 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
1% (4 votes)
Total votes: 451

The new GOP platform

A little satire for the campaign season...

Who will attack first?

Iran
13% (79 votes)
Israel
46% (287 votes)
U.S.
22% (139 votes)
There will be no attack
16% (101 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
2% (14 votes)
Total votes: 620

Should the U.S. have an official language?

Yes
61% (314 votes)
No
35% (181 votes)
Maybe
3% (14 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
1% (7 votes)
Total votes: 516

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Telecom immunity fails to render justice to the American people

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Obama had chance stand for liberty, but did not

The Libertarian Party says that Republicans and Democrats have failed the American people by allowing telecommunication companies complicit in the Bush administration's illegal wiretap program to go without punishment.

"Civil liberties were violated, and only 28 senators cared to see justice served," says Libertarian Party spokesperson Andrew Davis, "and Barack Obama was not one of them."

Do you believe Iran will attack Israel without provocation?

Yes
36% (278 votes)
No
45% (348 votes)
Maybe
14% (108 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
4% (33 votes)
Total votes: 767

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Record low in Congressional approval 'a dire prognosis for the future of the political establishment'

Sub-Title: 

Party says Republicans and Democrats are barely distinguishable

"Single digit approval ratings for Congress are a dire prognosis for the future of the political establishment," says Libertarian Party National Chairman William Redpath, referring to today's Rasmussen poll that gives Congress the worst approval rating since Rasmussen began tracking these numbers. 

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