Some terrific comments and historical lessons, both recent and further in the past, from Dan Sullivan in response to my posting about the New York debate between Ernest Hancock and Wayne Allyn Root (the event actually took place at a meeting of the Manhattan LP, not the New York state convention as I erroneously reported). The only thing I really disagree with him about is that I think he overestimates Root. He may fool some people, but I think if W.A.R. ever became a serious contender for president or some other office, a lot of folks in the media would see through his "schtick" and tear him a new one, eviscerating his candidacy and greatly embarrassing the LP.
Love & Liberty,
((( starchild )))