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LP blog: Libertarian Christina Tobin appears on FOX’s Freedom Watch

LP blog:

On May 4th, Libertarian Party candidate Christina Tobin appeared on FOX’s ‘Freedom Watch’ with Judge Napolitano to discuss California’s upcoming vote on Prop 14.

As Christina Tobin notes, Prop 14 "…is the biggest threat to third parties and independents in 60 years."

 

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  1. Spence Spence May 7, 2010

    “I think Christina Tobin is someone the Libertarian Party should embrace. I believe she’ll have an excellent future in politics.”

    Yeah, but probably not in the LP. The LP will fail her. Who hasn’t the LP failed?

  2. Don Lake Don Lake May 7, 2010

    We type among 21st Century secular saints!

    Thank you for you yoman’s toil Richard!

    Tobin is MY first pick for November ……

  3. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen May 6, 2010

    Name recognition does matter, in this age. Crist will have to be the PLAS candidate.

  4. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes May 6, 2010

    Concerned Citizen, this sounds difficult & complicated. IMO In order for Snitker to drop out he would have to endorse PLAS AND Crist. So Crist is going to have to declare support for PLAS first, OR they meet & agree as to which should run & which to drop out endorsing the other.

  5. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen May 6, 2010

    Robert, I am in preparations for my upcoming trip to Florida to convince Snitker to drop out of the Senate race, and most importantly, to convince Crist to adopt PLAS. Lots of plans are up in the air, however.

  6. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt May 6, 2010

    She’s been written up in Wikipedia? Wow, I’m impressed.

  7. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt May 6, 2010

    Yes, she is young, which make her accomplishments even more amazing. I think Christina Tobin is someone the Libertarian Party should embrace. I believe she’ll have an excellent future in politics.

  8. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes May 6, 2010

    OOPS! According to wikipedia, she was born in 1981. Not old enough in 2012. Oh well.

  9. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes May 5, 2010

    I emailed Christina a couple of weeks ago. I requested to correspond with her about PLAS and ran by her the possibility of her on a fusion executive Independent ticket. Have not received a reply as of yet. The idea is to get on as many ballots as possible much as Nader did in 2008, without jeopardizing the ticket by relying on the LP & GP to nominate it. If either does, or both, fine. If neither, the fusion ticket is still to be available to as many voters as possible. The idea of fusion in this case is to present a ticket that both progressives and libertarians can get behind because both are represented. Tobin is clearly a libertarian. She has demonstrated an ability to work with progressives & now has that experience & contacts etc. I have been trying to engage with libertarians for years now despite being originally associated with radical leftists. So far my offer has been to-Milnes/Ruwnrt, Milnes/ENM, Milnes/Keaton etc. I also contted Jo Jorgensen & Dr. Nancy Johnson.

  10. Danny S Danny S May 5, 2010

    That was a really GREAT interview! I think she might be the next in my “Surveys in Liberty” series if she is willing (I’ve been questioning candidates of interest to me, starting with Libertarian Jeff Daiell in Texas last week).

  11. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt May 5, 2010

    Go, Christina!

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