for an election.
I;ve heard that people caqn be a member of more than one Party, and I've seen it.. just this past election the Republican who ran for congress in our area is also an American Independent Party member, and I;d like to know how they do that, because it doesn't make sense to me, that they have us sign loyalty oaths to be on a committee.. except that those who are elected into office are de-facto committee members, so they don't ahve to sign loyalty oaths?
I've signed a loyalty oath and serve on a committee, so I don't see how someone like me can belong to more than one party. Though I am done with the LP. Too many friends have gone to prison and some died, never got the credit they earned (proposition 215 in CA was a Libertarian grassroots effort). The party did nothing for them in the big picture, from my perspective.
Could be true for Raimondo.. still, to me, he had a forum in antiwar.com that could have helped Ron paul tremendously and he didn't go there and that's it for me with him.
Seriously, I'd rather debate and roast Rove than rally for Raimondo.
STAND WITH RAND 2016
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