Apparently, The Johnson vs not voting debate is as old as Libertarianism itselfSubmitted by BurningsiriusΩ™ on Tue, 09/11/2012 - 11:40
I did some research into the pains the Daily Paul is having. I have taken a lot of the comments personally, although, I should not have. I made a bunch of mock acrimonious posts to try to show how people sound. I am sorry if this hurt anyone. I am trying to show people the errors they are committing by reflecting them at themselves. I was doing some research into agorism and low and behold I found Samuel Konkin's defense of agorism against Murray Rothbard. He makes a great case about not voting and how the Libertarian Party is a waste of time by historical examples, but this is his conclusion.
In conclusion, Rothbard and I continue to fight for the same things—and against the same things. Hopefully we will continue to fight in our own ways, reaching those the other missed. And most hopefully may we reduce our time and energy spent on fighting each other to free resources against the common enemy. I shall let no outstretched hand be passed up.
If the New Libertarians and the Rothbardian Centrists must devote some time to our differences (“engage in Revolutionary Dialogue”), let it be devoted first to understanding each other—as this exchange is devoted to—and then resolving the differences. Ah, then let the State and its power elite quake!
Also, calling Rothbard a centrist is funny.