FW: Let's Just Sue the LNC over anti-Platform "Exit Plan"

At our last meeting I proposed an amendment to the resolution which
would have specifically stated that we do not support the LP's "Iraq
Exit Strategy," but not enough people voted for it.

Yours in liberty,
        <<< Starchild >>>


I share your outrage of what seems a violation of the LP platform by
the LPNC.

This subject already was *indirectly* on the LPSF agenda at the July
meeting. We voted to support the "Monterey Anti-War Resolution,"
which was a response to the LP Exit Strategy. The LPCalPeace group
who backed the Monterey resolution was able to get the subject onto
the next LPCA ExCom agenda. So, as far as I am concerned the subject
is working its way up through the proper channels.

However, if there is a concrete, spelled-out plan for a supportable
law suit, please let me know, and I will give it time on the agenda.


--- In lpsf-activists@yahoogroups.com, "ricochetboy" <philzberg@e...>

We certainly should let the LNC that this is an unacceptable


Can this be on our agenda. Also here is this semi reginme
libertrarians idea sent to Lew...In the early days of the civil war,
the war was prosecuted by volunteers funded by wealthy sponsors. Why
not taday. The congress could permit private citizens to defend the
Iraq regime. Tax credits could be given for any private donars


corporate or individual to the war effort. All taces related to
profits from Iraq could be eliminated. All salaries of voluteers


be tac free. Volunteeers could be ooffered lifelong excemption from
taxes. Spousal or civil union bebefits could also be tac free. for
life. The Gates Brigade, or the Buffett Brigade could join the Perot
regiment. in defending Bagdad in exchage for nothing or in exchange
for oil rights. This was the way that war was fought until Lincoln
cancelled t.he Constitution. This Libertarian solution would be
cheaper and far more effective, and all volunteer. Keep up the good
work Lew..
I forgot to mention pull out the US military, but that goes without

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