Chairman, Hardy Machia was a guest on Paul Beaudry’s radio show True North on WDEV (96.1FM). They talked about free speech and particularly how the campaign finance laws and other laws affect the freedom of speech of political parties, candidates, and activists.
To The Editor,
Vermonter’s are pretty good at reading between the lines. We hear how one party has brought about quagmire so it is imperative to vote for the other party.
Joe Lieberman’s flip flopping in the partisan world of politics should be enough for anyone to see there is little difference, if any, between Republicans and Democrats (this includes partisan candidates who awaken, independent, after primary failure).
Both parties together, through incumbency, have given us a corrosion of basic civil rights, pre-emptive war, and catastrophic deficits, all for war.
Democrats and Republicans are the problem, together. This election year, Think independently. Vote against the incumbent party.
Failure to do so will ensure continued loss of liberty. It is not just someone else’s representative or senator who is taking us down the road to imperialism. It is yours as well.
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that a Vermont middle school violated a student’s free-speech rights when administrators ordered the 13-year-old to cover up images on a shirt critical of President Bush, and then punished him when he refused.