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Former Presidential Nominee of the LP Denounced by Conservative Groups

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Libertarians at CPAC present Republican Wall of Shame

Press release from the Libertarian Party:

WASHINGTON – At their booth at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the Libertarian Party is displaying a "Republican Wall of Shame." (View low-res JPG or high-res PDF.)

These are the prominent Republicans featured on the Wall of Shame:

  • Mitt Romney, supporter of the RomneyCare socialized medicine program in Massachusetts.
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Club For Growth announces $250K in ads for Conservative Party candidate

Doug Hoffman, the Conservative Party candidate in a special congressional election in New York, is receiving some help from the Club For Growth.  Hoffman has been recognized by many in the mainstream media as just as likely to win his race as his major party competitors, a rare accomplishment for a third party candidate. … Read more ...