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Posted by Lance Brown at September 15, 2000 01:16 AM | TrackBack

Dear Lance, I am happy to report that I emailed a columnist for our local paper, The Oregonian, about the PNAC. He had never heard about it but did some research and actually wrote a column referring to the info I had sent him. He also mentioned the article by Michael Lind of the London Standard Times. There have been a few replies in our local opionion section from readers here in Portland, Oregon. I tell anyone that is willing to listen to go to the PNAC website and decide for themselves what this war was really about. My son told me about this website and he suggests that we need to not only expose this project but we need to have some reliable rebuttal to their plans that would make sense to the average American.

Posted by: Candace Houston at May 5, 2003 09:19 PM

Wow, aren't we ambitious! That is very troublesome. I mean, most would try to work their way up to such an esteemed position. Possibly gaining experience at actually representing someone other than him or herself. What about being a member of the city council, mayor of city, governor, state representative, or even a senator. All are very important jobs in the federal government. But, that seems to be too lowly of a position for the great Lance. He wishes to bypass all of that actual government experience nonsense, and try to be the leader of the free world. Well, that is scary as hell! "No, I do not want to actually be some kind governmental public servant first! I want to run the whole damn thing! Because, I'm good enough, I'm smart enough and, dawg gon'it, people like me!" All of that is up for debate of course. Don't you think it is a little hypocritical to be criticizing the government for being power hungry, while trying to promote yourself for the highest position of the land. Even the current President was a governor for a full term before running. You can badmouth his policies all you want, but at least he has been elected twice in a governmental election of some kind. Your views can be all great and good, but what good is that in a presidential system. Do you not realize that the U.S. President is one of the weakest executive positions in the world. Other than being commander and chief, the President of the U.S. is dependent on congress to accomplish anything. Unless you’re planning some widespread, nation-wide, libertarian wave to take hold within the next 2-4 years, your not going to even meet the five-percent rule. I doubt you wish to seek the position for the military power. So, I wonder what you really want to accomplish. Maybe a four-year absolute gridlock government is right up your ally. Start small. Rome was not built in a day. You have given yourself five years, 3 1/2 if you take actually running for office into account. Even if I matched your views completely, I would not vote for a political novice to represent the U.S. to the rest of the world. Limit yourself, and then build. You might find out that public office is not what’s it cracked up to be. Just a little advice.

constantly trying to prevent further American humiliation in the world,
JRCATCH22 05/21/2003

Posted by: James at May 21, 2003 07:26 AM

I came across your web site in a search on Stan Pike. He should not be anybody's hero and I am on a personal mission to inform the public of that. He is not fighting what the media is portraying. He is trying to undo the volunteer efforts of 6 hard working, educated people who actually have no power over him. He could have built whatever he wanted to without repercussions. People do it all the time. His approach to this has been purely spiteful and plain disrespectful.

Note from Lance: I responded to this comment via e-mail, and have now appended this comment and my reply to the original entry about Stan Pike, here.

Posted by: Sarah McDermott at May 22, 2003 12:34 PM

I found your site to be a good starting place for info about the excesses of the Bush administration. I have found the Libertarian viewpoint seductive in the past, but have always ended up rejecting it. I have three great fears:

1. Warmongers in government will start WW III ending life as we know it

2. Damage to the environment will lead to a rapid decline in quality of life for all humans.

3. Totalitarian government will erode my freedoms, leading to a decline in freedom for those few of us humans who have lived under democracy.

Now, about concern #1. If you believe that the responsible exercise of military and diplomatic power is the proper use of government, then I guess I agree with the Libertarian stand on that.

About concern #2. One of my childhood heros is Ralph Nader ( I'm not sure how I feel about his present politics - except that green (small "g") is good). Ralph showed us how corporate greed will put profits ahead of safety, and convinced me that federal regulation is necessary to protect consumers from the effects of this greed. I don't see how we can avoid ecological disaster without INCREASED federal regulations. Examples:

The free market capitalists want us all to buy SUVs, eliminate all environmental restrictions, drill oil on public lands, deplete the oceans' food reserves by eliminating fishing quotas, stop cleaning up toxic waste sites, resume nuclear testing, consolidate all media into two or three mega-corporations, allow SUVs,dirt bikes, snowmobiles, and PWCs in pristine national parks (next to the oil wells). Unregulated "health foods" contain high amounts of mercury and Lead. etc., etc., etc.

I just don't see how these problems can be addressed without increased government regulation. Can you clarify the Libertarian view on this?

And concern #3. These are in order of my priorities. Instead of "Live Free or Die" I would say "Live Free Except For Environmental and Consumer Safety Restrictions"

Please try to convince me that less government will cause corporations to be less greedy. I want to be seduced.

Posted by: Steve Clarke at June 11, 2003 10:16 AM


Posted by: ED ALLYN at June 14, 2003 06:59 PM

I stumbled on to your website while looking
for boston action against the Patriot act.
Unfortunately I have yet to find useful information on regarding the act and no idea how to find petitions against it.
I must admit that I have very knowlege in this field. Any ideas?

Posted by: Josh at June 18, 2003 03:31 PM


I'm a Belgian citizen( from Europe), but I would like you (please) to comment on this. From everything we read about president Bush we could only conclude he is a liar. He worked his way to the presidency be lying and cheating. He continues to do so, while he is in office. Recent examples: private Jessica, the war in Iraq, biotech crops. I don't want to insult anyone, I'm just looking for a honest comment. Can you please do?

Posted by: Denise Van den Broeck at July 7, 2003 01:30 AM


I'm a Belgian citizen( from Europe), but I would like you (please) to comment on this. From everything we read about president Bush we could only conclude he is a liar. He worked his way to the presidency be lying and cheating. He continues to do so, while he is in office. Recent examples: private Jessica, the war in Iraq, biotech crops. I don't want to insult anyone, I'm just looking for a honest comment. Can you please do?

Posted by: Denise Van den Broeck at July 7, 2003 01:30 AM

Unlike JRCATCH22, I'm very happy to see that you're skipping over the norm and going straight for the presidency, You have my vote!

Then again for years now I've been saying that we will see NO positive change in this country or anything in it unless we quit electing all these people of the older mind set, we need YOUNG blood in all offices, the people that represent us do not represent those of us under 40 (not that we are the only ones that need representation), they only cater to the older mind set. I've seen no positive changes in this country for a very long time, they know nothing of us as Americans and care very little.. then again they care very little for anything but their own wallets!

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