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Phish phans/Libertarians

So, a couple of weeks ago, I shot over to see my absolute favorite band, Phish, in Atlantic City. I wore my "I 'heart' Ron Paul" shirt to see how my phellow Phishheads would react to it. Needless to say, I had well over 100 people comment on it in a short period of time, with a 100% positive attitude.

I think the neo-hippie movement, a.k.a the Phish scene, is a breeding ground for future Libertarians. After all, don't we just want to pursue our right to PHreedom and Happiness????

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Ron Paul, Phish,Disco Biscuits at Gathering of the Vibes July

This group is for the advocation of Ron Paul, Phish, and Disco Biscuits (in that order of importance) to come to Gathering of the Vibes in Seaside Park, in July 2011
http://www.facebook.com/groups/171681449526367/

Deadheads for Ron Paul 2012
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Deadheads-for-Ron-Paul-2012/29...

November 6th 2012 I voted for Dr.Ron Paul
"We must remember, elections are short-term efforts. Revolutions are long-term projects." ~ Ron Paul

Totally agree

I'll be at gathering of the vibes and think this movement is already a huge support structure of Paul. The good news is most people that listen to jambands think outside the box (mainstream) and enjoy there complicated improv music and therefore typically and inherently have little tolerance for bs (romney/Obama). We are also extremely passionate. The bad news is most of this group is financiallY broke. This type of weekend music festivals do draw get out the vote groups that while claim to be unbiased you can see are confuse democrats (tax, big bank, vote for the man liberals). The Major point is at these types of festivals (all good, gathering if the vibes, bear creek) a Liberty presence is needed as 10,000s of people do attend (literally). Sorry on the phone and can't proofread.