Now Is The Time

Let’s recap the facts:

* Both parties have doubled down on the most divisive candidates in recent times
* Libertarians have the most qualified candidates on the ballot
* We have a historic US Senatorial primary in Florida

That all adds up to the most exciting election to come down the road in decades.

The LPF is engaged to make historic advances.

From the panhandle to the keys we’re organizing counties as fast as we can.

The treasurer is about to launch a fundraising campaign.

The LPF Chair has kicked off an agressive membership drive that aims to double membership.

The events committee has targeted 22 cities for “Burn Recovery Centers”, a voter outreach
effort we believe to be the biggest in LPF history.

The membership committee has a new volunteer coordinator that is helping to get volunteers
into the effort as soon as possible.

This is where you come in.

None of these things will be effective without your support.

It’s time to get your game face on.

Spreading liberty is person to person effort.

Slick TV ads don’t do it.
Slick Radio spots don’t do it.
Slick print media doesn’t do it.

Only people talking to people can do it.

Now is the time to approach family, friends, neighbors and even complete strangers.
Everyone you talk to is likely to have no idea that the Libertarian party even exists,
let alone what Libertarian ideals are.  Some will have distorted views.  Some will
deride the candidates.

And none of those negatives matter.

Voters are desperately searching for a way out of the old party nightmare, and we have it.

Don’t waste your time arguing and trying to convince the true believers that they are wrong.

Go for those freshly disenfranchised and angry voters looking for a new home.  Those are the
hearts and minds we can win.

Get involved.

Contact your local affiliate: Affiliates
Contact the Gary Johnson campaign: Johnsonweld.com
Contact your senatorial candidates and learn about them.
Contact your region representative: Leadership
Contact national: lp.org

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The next four years will be a continuation of executive order abuses. #newbosssameasoldboss

Biden signs executive orders on stimulus checks, food stamps and minimum wage
The president signed two executive orders Friday aimed at lessening the economic fallout from the pandemic.
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bring on the surprised pikachu

Is there any need for Congress at this point

How much are taxes going to increase to pay for all this "free" money

🤦🏻‍♀️ abuse of power is abuse of power. Dems would condemn this and Reps would celebrate this if he were an R.

Make career politicians and bureaucrats richer in the backs of the taxpayer.

While he is destroying our jobs and driving the price of gas thru the roof (stay tuned) he is giving everyone a pittance that he would NEVER consider living on.

I’m so happy I don’t pay taxes... y’all are just getting fucked.

Just like the last 40 years have been. If Congress would do their jobs things would flow better

"Mr. Biden has proposed a $1.9 trillion relief plan"125 million tax payers. So each tax payer should be getting $15k each?

Madness at large

He actually signed blank pages.

"Free" money...

Emperor Biden?

Ok here we go with all the republicans and Right leaning LP members.I dont recall many of you saying anything when trump was signing his.Donald J. Trump Total220 Executive orders.Obama in 8 years signed 276. Bush Jr 291 Clinton 364 Reagan 381So please tell me how 30 are an issue.Biden should get at least 220 right? Cause none of you complained about it then.

Amazing the left hates executive orders when it comes from the right but they are cheering right now. Like do they have whiplash from changing their stance so fast?

*yawns*

Biden is the anti-Libertarian.

A. This is a shit show. B. Is this saying he’s only moving toward changing the minimum wage for federal employees? Or just in general?

I'm old enough to remember when laws were legislated by the bicameral legislature.

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