George Will praises Libertarian candidate’s “Less We Can” slogan

Staff at Libertarian Party blog:

In his October 31 syndicated column, George Will had this to say about Libertarian candidate Mark Grannis:

…Mark Grannis, the Libertarian Party’s congressional candidate, deserves many votes of gratitude for his slogan, the year’s best: “Less we can.”

Read the column.

4 thoughts on “George Will praises Libertarian candidate’s “Less We Can” slogan

  1. George Whitfield

    Mark Grannis ran a superb campaign with articulate, thoughtful and witty press releases. I wish him the best in this election and hope he will be a Libertarian Party candidate again.

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