I do so appreciate that you appreciate all my hard work - it
is a lot of work, and I want very much for it to be a success.
Of course, the objections to Neal Boortz have taken much of my time.
must note that I have received a bit more e-mails from people saying
that he should remain as a speaker, even people who disagree with
Please understand that just because someone is a convention speaker
does not mean that they represent the LP. Our 'plan' is that anyone
featured in the 'main hall' would be of the variety who DO represent
LP, but some speakers at the meals (including Boortz) may not, and
even plan to have non-libertarians with whom we share some common
Boortz has been responsible for bringing many people into the LP.
his credit, he does state that he disagrees with the LP on the 'war'
issue, so it should not be construed that he speaks for the LP on
Although they never guarantee it, we do expect to get C-Span
the main hall, and I do believe that they have covered some of the
events in the past.
As for 'protesting', you have done so with me. I think that some
Libertarians plan to organize a protest at the convention, so you
wish to seek them out. With all the e-mails I've gotten on the
matter (and much to my surprise) I've come to the conclusion that
'war' issue is a contentious one among Libertarians, and will be so
Atlanta, whether Boortz is there or not. It's up to the delegates