Wayne Root’s ‘Conscience of a Libertarian’ Endorsed by Judge Andrew Napolitano of FOX News Channel and FOX News Radio

Posted at RootForAmerica.com:

“Wayne Allyn Root (WAR) means business. In “The Conscience of a Libertarian,” he is declaring WAR on big government, big spending, big taxes, big unions, big business, arrogant career politicians, lawyers, lobbyists, and the media elite. What a refreshing change to read the words and ideas of a small businessman, homeschool dad, son of a butcher, and citizen statesman. This book is a must read for libertarians, conservatives, disillusioned Republicans, independents, and anyone who wants to cut the size and scope of government dramatically, and return power to individuals. Instead of just criticisms, Wayne provides common-sense solutions for limited government, economic and personal freedom, and protecting our Constitution. I can feel our Founding Fathers looking down and smiling.”

-Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
Fox News Channel, Senior Judicial Analyst
Host of “Brian and the Judge” on FOX News Radio and “FreedomWatch” on FOXNews.com

13 thoughts on “Wayne Root’s ‘Conscience of a Libertarian’ Endorsed by Judge Andrew Napolitano of FOX News Channel and FOX News Radio

  1. NewFederalist

    I am not sure how I feel about this. I have read Judge Napolitano’s books and watched him on Fox News and Fox Business. I like the fact that he appears with Ron Paul a great deal. Root seems to me a white belt and white shoes used car salesman who is just so full of himself that it is tough to judge what his real beliefs might be. I just can’t warm up to the guy. His sleaze factor is enormous. As much as I respect Andrew Napolitano I think I will take a pass on this recommendation. I doubt the Founders are smiling on this clown!

  2. Aaron Starr

    Judge Napolitano comes across as a thoughtful man and not one to act in haste.

    After seeing Wayne Root in action and reading his book, the judge concludes that Wayne Root has much to add to our movement.

    This is a very positive development.

  3. Darcy G Richardson

    “Judge Napolitano comes across as a thoughtful man and not one to act in haste. After seeing Wayne Root in action and reading his book, the judge concludes that Wayne Root has much to add to our movement.” – Aaron Starr

    Of course, Judge Napolitano’s initial impressions of someone, particularly in the political sphere, should be taken with a grain of salt. Like Wayne Allyn Root, he enthusiastically supported George W. Bush in 2000, contributing $1,000 — then the maximum allowed under federal law — to Bush’s presidential campaign and donating an additional $5,000 to the Republican National Committee. Seven years later, the Fox News judicial analyst could be found denouncing the bumbling Texas governor he eagerly helped to put in the White House, accusing President Bush of demonstrating “less fidelity to the Constitution than any president since Abraham Lincoln.”

    Either Napolitano acted hastily in 2000, or his political instincts aren’t to be trusted.

  4. Gene Trosper

    @4 Certainly appealing to public figures will go a long way toward securing the nomination, but if Wayne can start successfully reaching out to left-Libertarians, I think his nomination is assured.

  5. Robert Milnes

    Gene Trosper, I think the situation is so polarized that Root wouldn’t get far even if he tried to reach out to left libertarians. & Barr’s nomination showed that wasn’t necessary, but close.

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  7. Scott Lieberman

    These rankings change hourly, so I can’t promise that the numbers will be exactly the same when you read this, but as of 6pm Pacific Time on Oct 27, 2009…

    Wayne Allyn Root’s new book “The Conscience of a Libertarian” is #1 in the USA in BUSINESS at Amazon.com:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/books/173486/ref=pd_zg_hrsr_b_3_4_last

    It also hit #5 in the USA in POLITICS with only Glenn Beck, Michelle Malkin, Dick Morris, and Ronald Kessler’s Secret Service tell-all ahead of him…

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/books/11117/ref=pd_zg_hrsr_b_1_4_last

  8. Thomas L. Knapp

    Looks like the book may turn into a “late bloomer” after languishing for awhile. It’s in the top 500 overall (415 at this moment).

    Sigh. Another missed opportunity. If it wasn’t such an embarrassingly bad book, this would be something to jump around about.

  9. Thomas L. Knapp

    LG,

    Which one of my books? My first book that’s

    a) of this type, and

    b) written under my own name

    won’t be out until next spring, at which time I expect that yes, it will have to stand comparison to Wayne’s.

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