Libertarian Party spokesman: ‘Barr will not be removed’

George Phillies, who will be one of two Libertarians on the New Hampshire ballot unless a lawsuit throws him off, says that “the notion that the [LPHQ] staff should not involve itself in party politics, dead since Mr. [Shane] Cory used the front page of the April LP News to shill for the candidate who later hired him for his campaign, has taken another lethal wound.”

This, in response to an e-mail Phillies says he received from LP spokesman Andrew Davis saying there is “no truth” to the claims made in a WikiNews article about the possibility of Barr’s removal. “Barr will not be removed,” Davis confidently states.

7 thoughts on “Libertarian Party spokesman: ‘Barr will not be removed’

  1. paulie cannoli

    Davis is probably correct, since thus far not even one LNC member has formally agreed to introduce the motion for removal for consideration.

    The motion to censure Barr appears to lack enough votes to pass as well.

  2. George Phillies

    There is every truth that there is a motion. Given that it was written late last week, it is not surprising that it will need a few days to be submitted, if there turns out to be support. It is inapparent that the LNC is readily able to make decisions at this point.

    Thus, for example, the alleged LNC lawsuit in New Hampshire does not have LNC, Inc as a Plaintiff.

    Coming soon Los AngelaGate, in which we see if the LNC actually will carry out the threat to expel Angela Keaton from the LNC , a threat on which they wasted a fair piece of their only meeting between leaving the convention and the election.

  3. G.E. Post author

    Davis is probably correct, since thus far not even one LNC member has formally agreed to introduce the motion for removal for consideration.

    1. Davis is making a prediction. Would it be responsible for him to say “Bob Barr will get 1.1 million votes,” even if on November 5, that turns out to be true?

    2. Davis is not telling the truth when he says “there’s no truth” to the “claims” in that article (itself based in part on IPR’s reporting).

  4. John-David Filing

    I’m sure once all the neo-pagans get on board with the motion it will fly through the LNC.

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