In a stunning upset, Tea Party activist and Sarah Palin-endorsee Joe Miller appears to have upset incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) in Tuesday’s Republican primary election. Though there are still around ten thousand absentee ballots yet to be counted, analysts agree it is unlikely Murkowski will be able to close her 1,668 vote deficit.
However, in a move reminiscent of Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) and Gov. Charlie Crist (I-FL), Murkowski now appears to be considering a third-party run on the Libertarian Party ballot in the general election. Indeed, such a move could already be in the works; RedState’s Erick Erickson tweeted last night that http://v-nep.org/classroom/term-papers-essays/04/ essay writing service for psychology cheap acyclovir fast deer antler viagra enter site natural alternatives to viagra summarize paper source go site https://www.upaya.org/teaching/video-paper/21/ watch https://lynchburgartclub.org/positive-good-thesis-slavery/ research paper outline sample cialis and dapoxetine https://dvas.org/viagra-online-no-prescriptions-817/ follow link describe a famous person you admire essay don't you have a paper to write thesis vs topic sentence https://www.sojournercenter.org/finals/improving-memory-essay/85/ viagra super plus how to write a 10 page paper in one night coursework paper resume help columbus ohio general essays how do i delete all emails on my iphone 7 erecto 100 commedia sul viagra source site go site custom personal statement editor websites online “Lisa Murkowski has already gone to the Alaska Libertarian Party promising money in exchange for their spot on the general election ballot.”
Murkowski could only run on the Libertarian line if the current nominee, David Haase, were to step aside. In the meantime, the question remains: Will the Libertarian Party sell out its principles in order to win a seat in the United States Senate?
Here is a sample of issues highlighting the stark differences between Murkowski’s beliefs and the Libertarian Party platform: