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The LP used to throw tea parties every April 15, before electronic filing reduced the lines at the post office.

Maybe they should have copyrighted "tea party." Or, the "R3VOLution" logo--that was originally used by Ernie Hancock's Libertarian campaign.

It's a nit-pick and pointless to attack the LP or Johnson for using techniques commonly used in the freedom movement. The LP was founded the same time and for the same reason that Ron Paul got involved in politics, and it has been a part of the movement for the same length of time, being the first to nominate Ron Paul for president.

Ron Paul couldn't copyright that phrase because he didn't create it--we did.

What do you think?