What Francoise indicated, and we had already taken into consideration at the LPSF meeting in which we voted to get involved in the November 8 elections, is that LPSF cannot endorse a candidate unless he/she is a registered Libertarian. We did not vote to endorse anyone, since as you correctly intimate, we have no horse in this race. What we intend to do is to pick two or three candidates who show the most fiscal responsibility and most leaning towards social freedoms, and state such on the LPSF website.
Nothing in our bylaws prevents the LPSF from discussing candidates, or even supporting them. All that our bylaws prevents is endorsement of non-Libertarians. Endorsement is described as allowing the candidate in question to print LPSF's name in his/her literature as an endorser.
Again, I understand you sentiment, but continue to maintain that the LPSF should do a bit more than meet for pizza once a month.