From Dan "Taxation Is Theft" Behrman <[email protected]>
Subject "I like you, but I'm afraid of what people would think if I endorsed you"
Date May 22, 2020 9:20 PM
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"I like you, but I'm afraid of what people would think if I
endorsed you"
This is what I hear constantly while talking to other
On this campaign trail, I speak to many libertarians. Some of
them are in positions where they can’t endorse because they
are on the LNC. Others are members of the parties, state and county
chairs, or just well-known libertarians and absolutely have the
capacity to endorse and influence. I have hour-long conversations
with them and they tell me how wonderful my plan is. I ask for
their endorsement, and they say no.
In fact, one good friend, with a little clout who refused to
make any endorsements, later endorsed another candidate. He had
promised that if his candidate dropped out of the race, he would
give me his endorsement. His candidate dropped out of the race and
he went back on his word.
Not a single person has ever said my positions are
un-libertarian, and many unsolicited comments mention that I'm
the smartest person in the race - that even came
from other presidential candidates, as well as state chairs. But
still, no endorsements.
This is politics. Many people are willing to change their
appearance - and even their message, to appeal to voters. I am not
willing to do that. I am not here to win people over by offering
them something I don’t believe in. I am here to show them the
truth - about the government and about myself. I will compromise
Some say it’s my goofy hat or my policy that was designed
to attract Democrat and Republican voters. This is what
Libertarians need to win. It might feel good to hear libertarians
reciting the traditional rhetoric, but that hasn’t gotten us
very far in the past. What we are doing is working, and I refuse to
change my message to bury that truth.
It took a lot to overcome my fear of publicly attacking the IRS
and the government and the fear of the consequences like being
outcast by the rest of society. Today I am faced with the same
fear, but it is not my own. I believe that I am the
best person for this job, but delegates and influential
libertarians remain silent out of fear of the consequences of
endorsing me. I will fight this fight alone if I have to, but
this message would reach so much further with the
support of the Libertarian Party.
I am asking delegates one final time to please
vote for me as the 2020 presidential nominee for the libertarian
party. I am asking you to be brave, overcome your fear, and vote
for someone with consistency, who has refused to budge from his
platform. None of the other candidates have
reached as many people outside of the party as I have - and all
without any support from the party. No other candidate has turned
far left or far right straight-party voters into thoughtful
libertarians who want real freedom from government oppression.
Remember, David Nolan, one founder of the
Libertarian Party, was a radical. He was not a
boring, watered-down version of libertarianism. He was unapologetic
about his message and was considered
outrageous to many. Every time we elect the safe
choice, just because we think they’ll be accepted by the
mainstream, his vision of the Libertarian Party dies a
little bit more.
What good is the first amendment if you're afraid to say what
you want?
What good is the ballot if you can't vote your conscience?
You are free. You are not government property.
And the best way to defend yourself against tyrants is to put the
strongest defense on the frontline. Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman
has defeated more government agencies at their own
game and is ready to unapologetically deliver this fight to the
rest of the world.
In Liberty,
Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman
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