Libertarian Party Radical Caucus Endorses Darryl W. Perry for President

ad39eaac-93f5-4764-831e-235654c5051bThe Libertarian Party Radical Caucus announces its Endorsement of Darryl W. Perry for President. You can learn more about Darryl’s campaign at:

From Darryl’s Campaign Platform: I support reducing the size, scope and power of government at all levels and on all issues, and oppose increasing the size, scope and power of government at any level, for any purpose….In every matter, I adhere to the consistent application of the principle of the non-initiation of physical force or fraud.

You can read more about the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus at its website, public Facebook page, or Facebook community group.

10 thoughts on “Libertarian Party Radical Caucus Endorses Darryl W. Perry for President

  1. Ralph Gordon

    This and 0.01 bitcoin ought to buy him a grande latte at Starbucks.

  2. Tony Galtieri

    I think you are being too harsh on the Radical Caucus there, From Der Sidelines. They may not have much impact on the actual vote results, but they strike me as mostly well-intentioned and sincere folks who are genuinely dedicated to making the world better, no matter how unrealistic their proposals may be in the foreseeable future. I believe the same can be said for Darryl Perry.

  3. robert capozzi

    I want the moon. I aimed for it. My intentions didn’t work out, unsurprisingly. 😉

  4. Caryn Ann Harlos Post author

    George, it wasn’t certain, so it is news. We did take our endorsement very seriously. We are announcing endorsements on some candidates in state and local races.

  5. Steve Scheetz

    Robert Capozzi, there are people, currently legitimately aiming for the moon. THEY WILL GET THERE in the foreseeable future. There are people aiming for Mars. THOSE PEOPLE will get there in the foreseeable future.

    We are aiming for people to be in control of their own lives without government interference.

    I am really not certain how it is possible for those within the Liberty movement to shoot for a smaller goal, watering down the message in order to do so, all the while ridiculing those who remain true to the original goal.

    Frankly I am saddened that some would rather fail to achieve a lesser goal than try to achieve what they actually want.


    Steve Scheetz

  6. nunya

    Totally right, Starchild. Positive individual liberty message from Perry, and I’m on board with supporting him. His ideals are principles over convenience, and I strive for that myself.

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