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Greens rally with Libertarians, Tea Partiers at Florida electoral reform event

The Broward-Palm Beach New Times has an article about an electoral reform event scheduled for Saturday, 3/20 that will bring together Greens, Libertarians, and Tea Partiers as well as independents and members of other groups to call for solutions to fix America’s broken electoral system.

…King has banded together with some strange bedfellows: She says that the Electoral Reform event she’s helping to organize for this Saturday has support from a whole spectrum of political activists.

Sure, members of the Green Party and the ACLU will show up — you expected that, right? But so, King says, will Tea Party activists, Libertarians, Independents, and even a few Republicans. The common thread is that all agree that major reforms are due in our highly compromised elections system.

You can read the full article at the Broward-Palm Beach New Times.

Dave Schwab

2 Comments

  1. GM, THE NEXT TOYOTA!

    Here we go! The New York Times once again is broad casting from Fantasy Land. Yes, General Motors is an icon. Yes, Alfred P. Sloan was a genius. However, post WWII, GM has been digging it’s own grave since the 1950s!

    Cadillac as the standard for luxury? Maybe —- for ‘drivers’ who get behind the wheel after hobbling to their vehicle with their walker. Even in the fifties. Even in the back wards mid west /Heart Land. [All three ‘coasts’ were probably a decade ahead of the standard culture curve.]

    Yes, even decades ago, Caddy was grandpa’s dream car. Even middle aged drivers were looking else where.

    A vehicle for every niche? Oh, that decisive take over of Jeep for the pre SUV set. [Oops, never happened!]

    Over kill on the avalanche of makes and models? Strangulation of creativity via layer after suffocating layer of so called ‘supervision‘? These short falls were served up to GM executive management FOR DECADES.

    DonaldLake@ymail.com

    [Late of Kansas City]

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