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PostSubject: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:43 am

Revealed: Obama Campaign Bundler Helping Fund Libertarian in Tight Va. Gubernatorial Race
Nov. 5, 2013 8:43am Meredith Jessup

A major Democratic Party benefactor and Obama campaign bundler helped pay for professional petition circulators responsible for getting Virginia Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Robert C. Sarvis on the ballot — a move that could split conservative votes in a tight race.

Campaign finance records show the Libertarian Booster PAC has made the largest independent contribution to Sarvis’ campaign, helping to pay for professional petition circulators who collected signatures necessary to get Sarvis’ name on Tuesday’s statewide ballot.

Austin, Texas, software billionaire Joe Liemandt is the Libertarian Booster PAC’s major benefactor. He’s also a top bundler for President Barack Obama. This revelation comes as Virginia voters head to the polls Tuesday in an election where some observers say the third-party gubernatorial candidate could be a spoiler for Republican Ken Cuccinelli.

A Sarvis campaign bumper sticker, “Paid for by the Libertarian Booster PAC.” (Image: Robert Sarvis/Facebook)

A spokesman for Sarvis provided no direct answers late Monday when TheBlaze asked about Liemandt’s Democrat ties and whether Sarvis had been recruited to split conservative votes as a way to aid Democrat Terry McAuliffe.

“We’re coordinating Sarvis interviews with Richmond, Norfolk and Charlottesville TV news teams to reach Virginia voters – our first priority –  on Election Eve,” John Vaught LaBeaume, Sarvis communications director and strategist, responded in an email to TheBlaze.

According to Virginia election filings posted by the Virginia Public Access Project, Liemandt contributed $150,000 of the Texas-based Libertarian Booster PAC’s $229,000 revenue. The Libertarian Booster PAC reported providing $11,454 to pay for signature collection, yard signs and campaign materials for Sarvis and another $4,690 for four Libertarian candidates running for the Virginia state legislature.

$10,000 of the Libertarian Booster PAC’s $11,454 in-kind donations to Sarvis went to secure a spot on the ballot. (Image: Screengrab/VPAP)

Liemandt’s Democratic Ties
In March 2012, ABC News reported Liemandt was among three dozen of the Obama campaign’s largest bundlers invited to a state dinner honoring British Prime Minister David Cameron. ABC News reported the invited bundlers, who also included Vogue editor Anna Wintour and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, were responsible for at least $10.7 million of the $250 million the campaign had collected to that point.

Liemandt and his wife Andra have also been contributors to the Libertarian National Committee, but their largess has been mostly focused on the Democratic Party.

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Donations linked to Liemandt’s company, Trilogy, also has split its political giving between libertarian third-party efforts and liberal Democrats. During the 2012 election cycle, Trilogy poured $100,000 into another libertarian group — Libertarian Action Super PAC — while simultaneously making generous contributions to the Democratic National Committee ($92,400), the Democratic Party of Ohio ($12,453) and Barack Obama ($10,000), as well as more than $25,000 for Democrat Party organizations in Florida, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nevada and New Hampshire.
The Liemandts have some other friends in common with the Obamas. The couple and some friends flew to New York to have dinner with Berkshire Hathaway billionaire Warren Buffet in October 2011.

On Sunday, the Danville Register & Bee, a Virginia newspaper owned by Berkshire Hathaway, announced that, for the first time in its history, it would back a Libertarian for public office. It endorsed Sarvis, a political neophyte, saying he “offers a real alternative this year, a break from the two-party paradigm that has not served us well.”

Signature Fight
According to campaign finance reports, the Libertarian Booster PAC focused the vast majority of its spending on getting Sarvis on the ballot, paying for people to circulate the petitions to collect nominating petitions for Sarvis.
News reports indicate the Sarvis campaign turned in 18,000 signatures, well above the 10,000 necessary to get his name on the statewide ballot.

But that didn’t come without a court fight. Virginia election law says people circulating nominating petitions for a third-party candidate must be legal state residents. Court records show Darryl Bonner, a Pennsylvania resident who has been hired to circulate petitions in other states’ elections, joined with the Libertarian Party of Virginia to argue that rule violated the First Amendment right to petition.

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the Virginia residency requirement last spring in an action where the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia represented the Libertarian Party and Bonner. The State of Virginia indicated in October it would appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Sarvis’ Positions Questioned
Some political observers have questioned Sarvis’ libertarian chops, pointing to some decidedly un-libertarian views on issues ranging from the economy and tax cuts to climate change. Conservative radio host Glenn Beck touched on Sarvis’ policy positions during his broadcast Monday morning, urging Virginia voters to educate themselves before heading the polls Tuesday.
“Terry McAuliffe looks like he may win in Virginia, if conservatives don’t come out in droves. If you don’t do everything you need to do,” Beck said. McAuliffe’s Republican opponent, Cuccinelli, gained favorability with Virginia conservatives as attorney general after leading the state’s legal charge against Obamacare, but a victory in Tuesday’s election is anything but certain.

“This guy is not a Libertarian,” Beck said of Sarvis on Monday. (Image: TheBlaze TV)

“And so the first litigator against it you would think would be a shoo-in but, no, not necessarily,” Beck added. “And here’s why: Because you got this libertarian who has taken nine points off, but he’s not really a libertarian … Do not be fooled… Libertarians, if you indeed are voting for this guy, you need to know who he is, at least what he’s saying because he doesn’t sound like any libertarian I have ever met.”

WATCH, via TheBlaze TV:
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In addition, it was Cuccinelli and not Sarvis who won the endorsement of former congressman and noted libertarian Ron Paul and his son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul — two conservatives who share Beck’s concerns.

Democratic Ploy?
So why should a Texan with such extensive ties to big-government Democrats pour money into a Virginia libertarian gubernatorial campaign that has virtually no chance to win?

The Center for Public Integrity offers insight on the power and strategy of PACs:  “Super PACs are allowed to collect unlimited contributions from individuals, unions and corporations to produce political advertisements that are not coordinated with any candidate,” it says.  “They were made possible in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.”

CPI illustrated the potential impact of strategic third-party candidates in the 2012 presidential race.  Republican-turned-Libertarian Gary Johnson could potentially peel away some Republican votes in a tight Obama-Romney race.  And Virgil Goode, nominated by the conservative Constitution Party in Virginia could have been a key to hurting Romney enough in that swing state to give its electoral votes to Obama.

With a divide between the Republican Establishment in Washington and its conservative grassroots base widening, could strategically leveraging a third-party be Democrats’ ace in the hole?

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Wed Nov 06, 2013 12:47 pm

Erm.. My probe with your article is Glenn Beck is a more Zionisty version of Jones... Can we get another source?

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Thu Nov 07, 2013 2:30 am

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Thu Nov 07, 2013 10:15 pm

Sarvis got 7%, far more than McAuliffeberg's margin of 2.5%.

Voted for Sarvis, whatever.  Only went to vote for sheriff independent/Constitutional candidate Chris DeCarlo anyway.  Virginia now has paper ballots.  Woohoo.  

Expect McAuliffeberg to promote thieving Jew privatizations public-private partnerships.  That's his only expertise, working the levers of gov't to benefit campaign donors & himself.
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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Fri Nov 08, 2013 12:02 am

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Sarvis got 7%, far more than McAuliffeberg's margin of 2.5%.

Voted for Sarvis, whatever.  Only went to vote for sheriff independent/Constitutional candidate Chris DeCarlo anyway.  Virginia now has paper ballots.  Woohoo.  

Expect McAuliffeberg to promote thieving Jew privatizations public-private partnerships.  That's his only expertise, working the levers of gov't to benefit campaign donors & himself.
Elections haven't proven to be the way forward.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sat Nov 09, 2013 3:24 am

Voting is like slumming. Now we have the deal where registration doesn't expire. Convenient & fair but the obvious tactic when voting % continues to drop.
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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sat Nov 09, 2013 3:30 am

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sat Nov 09, 2013 3:42 am

Democrats are in idiotsville self-denial. Libertardians might have helped democrat wins, but the 'anti-imperial' 'take care of the home front' conservative type (Rand Paul and Rick Perry both fit this category in appearance) will be the next president.

Jews will manufacture trends, follow the trends they can't control and use them to facilitate the win for the robot president of their choosing. People don't need to get all depressed and boo-hoo about that reality, they just need to get active and and do anything but play the age old ensured-gentile-losing jew game.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sat Nov 09, 2013 4:32 am

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Democrats are in idiotsville self-denial. Libertardians might have helped democrat wins, but the 'anti-imperial' 'take care of the home front' conservative type (Rand Paul and Rick Perry both fit this category in appearance) will be the next president.

Jews will manufacture trends, follow the trends they can't control and use them to facilitate the win for the robot president of their choosing. People don't need to get all depressed and boo-hoo about that reality, they just need to get active and and do anything but play the age old ensured-gentile-losing jew game.

Hillary is next Prez. Republitards blew it with being sucked into the Shutdown crap as of millions of Repub families not dependent on gov't spending. Chris Christie is being promoted as the pragmatic moderate that can beat Hillary. But tough sledding for him, NJ has bad rep esp vis corruption & in primaries conservatives will squawk. Jews/Demos have been greasing the wheels for Hillary: yak about economic Recovery plus she can claim credit for no war on Syria/Iraq.

London/Wall St needs another Democrat to complete austerity plans. Obama laid the groundwork with Simpson-Bowles but much more work to be done. Same idea as Nixon Going to China, if a Demo Prez tried that he'd be castigated as Soft on Communism.
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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:38 am

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Democrats are in idiotsville self-denial. Libertardians might have helped democrat wins, but the 'anti-imperial' 'take care of the home front' conservative type (Rand Paul and Rick Perry both fit this category in appearance) will be the next president.

Jews will manufacture trends, follow the trends they can't control and use them to facilitate the win for the robot president of their choosing. People don't need to get all depressed and boo-hoo about that reality, they just need to get active and and do anything but play the age old ensured-gentile-losing jew game.

Hillary is next Prez.  Republitards blew it with being sucked into the Shutdown crap as of millions of Repub families not dependent on gov't spending.  Chris Christie is being promoted as the pragmatic moderate that can beat Hillary.  But tough sledding for him, NJ has bad rep esp vis corruption & in primaries conservatives will squawk.  Jews/Demos have been greasing the wheels for Hillary:  yak about economic Recovery plus she can claim credit for no war on Syria/Iraq.  

London/Wall St needs another Democrat to complete austerity plans.  Obama laid the groundwork with Simpson-Bowles but much more work to be done.  Same idea as Nixon Going to China, if a Demo Prez tried that he'd be castigated as Soft on Communism.
I would agree that that is their plan at this point.  I just cannot see middle America and the red states going along with it.  Jews won't push their choices too hard against obvious massive push-back.  Remains up in the air.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:57 pm

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I would agree that that is their plan at this point.  I just cannot see middle America and the red states going along with it.  Jews won't push their choices too hard against obvious massive push-back.  Remains up in the air.
Middle America & red states the easy part for pushing austerity. Retired cops may not like pensions being cut but they can easily be distracted with social issues. Hillary will follow Obama/Bill C pattern of quietly pushing austerity with hardly a peep from JMSM & controlled black/poor groups.


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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sun Nov 10, 2013 10:58 am

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I would agree that that is their plan at this point.  I just cannot see middle America and the red states going along with it.  Jews won't push their choices too hard against obvious massive push-back.  Remains up in the air.
Middle America & red states the easy part for pushing austerity.  Retired cops may not like pensions being cut but they can easily be distracted with social issues.  Hillary will follow Obama/Bill C pattern of quietly pushing austerity with hardly a peep from JMSM & controlled black/poor groups.


There may be historical room in the American decline for 8 more years of this.  The moving pendulum is at the one side, but not sure which direction it now goes, nor its speed.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews funding the Libertardians to ensure credibility of Democrap wins (thanks Ron Paul)   Sat Jun 11, 2016 10:00 am

Old threads breath still?


Polls reveal Libertarian is serious threat to Trump


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Libertarian party nominee Gary Johnson is emerging as a potentially serious factor in the US presidential race.
Most polls have focused on Clinton vs Trump.

But four polls that include Johnson have him polling between 5% and 12% in a Clinton vs Trump vs Johnson matchup.

With the race so close, any Republican party protest votes that go to the Libertarian could be decisive.

Johnson also ran as the Libertarian party nominee in 2012, getting just under 1% of the vote despite having no profile and little media coverage:
2012 presidential race
Barack Obama, Democrat: 65,915,796 (i.e., 66M) votes (51.06%)
Mitt Romney, Republican: 60,933,500 votes (47.20%)
Gary Johnson, Libertarian: 1,275,971 votes (0.99%)
(A half dozen other candidates shared the 0.74% balance of the vote)
With the most obvious third-party or independent candidate (Michael Bloomberg) having ruled himself out, disgruntled Republicans seem to have coalesced around Johnson by default.
So who is he?
Johnson won two terms as governor of New Mexico (1995-2003), serving as a fiscally conservative Republican.
While in office, he sold a construction company he founded, Big J Enterprises. News reports don't give a figure but say it had 1000 staff; he seems to be in the multimillionaire rather than billionaire class.
Johnson won a limited Libertarian Party primary contest, which involved just four states and a convention, but garnered a smattering attention thanks to nutjob John McAfee's (unsuccessful run).
Earlier this week, Johnson was officially named the winner, with William Weld (the former Republican governor of Massachusetts) as the party's vice-presidential nominee. Weld has a fair amount of mana and a degree of national profile. At one point he was talked about as possible Republican candidate for the White House.
A flurry of publicity has followed over the past couple of days with the aforementioned polls, plus Mitt Romney saying he may vote Libertarian (albeit with the proviso that Weld at the top of the ticket).
It's easy to see the Libertarian Party as a home for some Republicans in the Never Trump movement. 
Its small government philosophy is close to that of the "Tea Party" wing of the Republican Party (whose presidential candidate, Marco Rubio, proved such a fumbler). And its legalise marijuana policy is perhaps not as controversial as it would be here, given so many US states now have de facto legalisation through medical provisions (or in the case of Colorado, all-out legalisation.
The US electorate has embraced a -third-party candidates at various points. In modern times, the most notable example is Ross Perot in 1992 who got 18.9% of the vote, allowing Bill Clinton (43.0%) to beat George Bush (37.4%).
Johnson doesn't have Perot's profile or perhaps charisma.
But with the Clinton-Trump race so tight, even a couple of percent of Republicans defecting to his party could turn the race.

The media can now award "Big J" just enough votes to swing the election?

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