Pennsylvania Libertarian U.S. House candidate Fryman addresses forum

Pennsylvania’s Oil City Derrick reports James Fryman, the Libertarian nominee in the state’s Fifth District U.S. House race, joined the Democratic and Republican candidates at a Chamber of Commerce forum on Friday. Fryman, who has worked as an “auto plant worker, teacher and IRS revenue officer,” among other jobs, “said he is ‘not running to pass laws but to repeal them.'” The newspaper refers to Fryman as a “conservative candidate.”

2 thoughts on “Pennsylvania Libertarian U.S. House candidate Fryman addresses forum

  1. mayodagot

    Anyway to block people’s signatures?

    You guys have no restrictions on signature size, so some of them are ridiculously big and annysing as fuck.

  2. RepRoyaby

    l’ve just opened a bank account from NatWest. I was wondering if, as soon as Its been activated, can l use my NatWest bank credit card to order things off the internet? Like on shopping and stuff, or will l need a Debitcard. I don’t really understand how to order things on the internet as tis is my first bank card.


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