John Wayne Smith is a contender for the Libertarian Party of Florida’s nomination for governor in 2014, running against former state party chairman Adrian Wyllie. The two recently sparred in a debate organized by a county affiliate.
John Wayne Smith
2:43 PM June 20 2013
I just woke up (I slept for 14 hours) from a nightmare. I have been having anxiety attacks ever since the Libertarian Party of Florida’s state convention last month. They have been getting worse each day from the results what transpired in Naples. I have seen the face of pure evil. It is called the Libertarian Party of Florida. An institution I organized in 1986.
I have tested my resolve two days in a row. I went to two county LP meetings. At the Polk meeting I had to look at Lynn House and Scott Allen for 2 hours. I was weak when I got home and had a hard time sleeping. Last night I went to the Orange county meeting. Only 6 of the people there were Libertarian. The rest were Republican or so called Liberty People.
… The bad part was that I again had to look at pure evil. Adrian Wyllie, who I was supposed to debate, and Danielle Alexandre. Being in a room with the two of them made my skin crawl. It did not help that the majority of the room was people who wanted to restrict my rights and life.
On top of that I have to understand that they are the representatives of the Libertarian Party of Florida Executive Committee. A very evil organization.
The next 2 years is going to be rough but I will make it through it. I do not use drugs or alcohol so will have to rely on my strength of convection that not all people are evil.
I will continue to fight the fight for responsibility and real freedom though out numbered. I will not abandon the precepts I have lived with all my life.
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