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Darryl Perry: ‘A Kennedy Even Libertarians can Support: Joe Kennedy for US Senate’

Posted by Darryl Perry at Free Patriot Press:

In less than a month voters in Massachusetts will go to the polls to elect a Senator to replace the late Edward “Teddy” Kennedy. There will be three candidates on the ballot, but only one man that, if elected, will stand up to the 99 other Senators in Washington, DC. He will stand up, not just for himself or the people of Massachusetts, but for everyone in the country.

Joe Kennedy is the only candidate worthy of support. Even if you do no live in Massachusetts, if you want to support a true freedom candidate that supports Competitive Currency and an Audit/End of the Federal Reserve, I encourage you to make a donation to Joe Kennedy.

It is with great pleasure that I give Joe Kennedy the official endorsement of Free Patriot Press, as well as my personal endorsement.

Darryl W. Perry
2016 candidate for President of the United States of America
At-Large Representative Boson Tea Party National Committee
Managing Editor Free Patriot Press

Previous IPR coverage:

First two debates set in Kennedy successor race Posted by Paulie 12/21

Why challenge the two-party system? Somebody has to do it Posted by d.eris, 12/20

Green Party issues press release to support Libertarian Joe Kennedy’s right to debate Posted by Kimberly Wilder 12/19

More Joe Kennedy news coverage: Needham Times, Sun Chronicle Posted by Paulie 12/18

Martha Coakley, Scott Brown, Joseph Kennedy agree to series of debates in race for Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat Posted by Paulie 12/18

Rich Rubino at Politics DMZ: ‘Yes, Joe Kennedy can win the Massachusetts U.S. Senate Race’
Posted by Paulie 12/18

Boston Globe: ‘This Kennedy wants to cut government’
Posted by Paulie 12/18

Earlier Coverage

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  1. The Inquirer The Inquirer December 22, 2009

    Barham, Please stop spamming. Your website is junk.

  2. Clay Barham Clay Barham December 22, 2009

    Leonard Read, the Founder of FEE, used to say “Improve you before trying to improve others.” It is embarrassing to argue with someone who appears to know more and grinds you into the dust. Yet, in politics, it is easy to find the roots of all arguments and see how issues follow those roots. That’s what I’ve tried to provide. If you know the roots, where the yellow brick road begins, you know better how to reach the conclusions you seek. You can take a reasoned position without passion and injury, and be the “go to” person in your circle. Try it and see.

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