I am so glad I live in a free market society where oil companies can charge $3.59 a gallon for gas and drug companies can charge an arm and a leg for medicine. The free market system is the BEST POSSIBLE SYSTEM to live under, because you can charge whatever you want! After all, making tons of money is what it’s all about! Fuck the poor! If you can’t afford to fill up your car, or can’t afford that life-saving medicine, you deserve to die in your stalled out vehicle! Money is cool! Money rocks! Money is where it’s at! God bless the almighty dollar! If you don’t like it, move to some pinko-socialist stronghold like Canada, where they control the drug prices so the pharmaceutical companies can’t charge what they like! Pinko-socialist fucks! They think making health care affordable is the “right” thing to do. What shit! Everyone should have to take out a mortgage to afford their knee-replacement surgery. Everyone should take out a home-equity loan to fuel their car! It’s the American Way, Goddammit! And go ahead and buy that SUV! Fuck the planet! Making things affordable is for pussies, which is why I get down on my knees and thank God I live in a country run by greedy fucks! Thank you God! Thank you Jesus!Hell, I agree with parts of this rant but what parts of the Libertarian platform does she actually agree with? And more importantly, are these the type of positions that the ACLP wants their candidates to take? I understand that the party probably has a hard time fielding candidates but isn't there some kind of screening process?
Vote Gloria for City Council! As her friend Tina says, “She’s simply fucking amazing!”
Thursday, June 28, 2007
Not Milton Friedman's Libertarian Candidate
I understand that political parties can be large tents that include a plethora of views on various issues. However, one candidate being run by the Allen County Libertarian Party hardly strikes me as a Libertarian. Gloria Diaz is running in my district (3rd) and runs a blog called Edge Of Gloria where she rails against Big Pharma and Big Oil in her own colorful way: