Comment: You are a TERRIBLE political campaigner

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You are a TERRIBLE political campaigner

A single image captures at least 3 of our major campaign points.

1. The current drastic strategic overstretch of so many bases in so many countries.
The massive military spending that goes with that overstretch (Romney wants to spend $1.675tn p.a. on the military and run $1.5tn deficits).

2. The utter contempt that Veterans (and troops) are treated with.

3. Banks come first.
EVERYONE else comes second.

It is you and a lot of others on here that are naive.
Because you cannot put yourselves in the minds of the 95%+ of the electorate that are not Libertarians.
You want to debate the legal and constitutional principles.

Sure it goes against property rights.
So it shouldn't be allowed without an agreed form of compensation with the owner.
Imagine the good publicity the banks would receive if they did accommodate some of the homeless Vets.
Priceless publicity for the banks with their current public standing.

Shouldn't cost much for the taxpayer, might even get it free with a public announcement of the agreement with large banks.
I am sure quite a lot of Vets would be happy sharing 1 each to a bedroom.
It would be therapeutic for a lot of homeless Vets to live in a house with 2 or more kindred spirits.
A small amount of savings would accrue from future medical bills.
Heck we might even make a profit.
To say nothing of doing our duty and trying to look after those that have served their country.
You guys do NOT think things thru properly for all your "clever" arguments.
Your arguments are not "clever" they are stupid - though they might be technically correct at first glance.
They are stupid because you have not though things thru enough and have not applied practicality / pragmatism or thought to look from the other side of the fence.
Ever heard of a win / win?
This one would be a potential win/win/win/win (Vets, Liberty ppl, taxpayers, & banks all winners).

But as EVER with you guys, you miss the MAIN point.
It sends out a VERY POWERFUL message to the 95% of the population that are not Libertarian and would encourage some of them to think and maybe even come on board.

You guys are NEVER practical.
You will NEVER be elected if you don't change your campaign style.

I wrote about guys like you, earlier today.

"In the end, more than they wanted freedom, they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life, and they lost it all -- security, comfort, and freedom. When ... the freedom they wished for was freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free."