New Hampshire Slams tea party!!!

By: SayNoToTea , 5:14 PM GMT on January 09, 2012

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The tea party needs to learn there are consequences for their actions. In New Hapshire they are learning just that. A state where they were more popular than most, but having their elected candidate become mired in scandal after scandal showed most New Hamshirens just excactly who and what the tea party nreally is, more crooked American politics at its worst, filled with dupes who think they are making a change by waving placards and signs.

(Spathy, the tea party actions speak so much louder than your attempts to justify your support of them because they stand for smaller governement. Across the aisle of Democrat and Republican, conservative or liberal, except for politicians people share the theme of a limited government. It's not exclusive of the tea party. Our arguments are where to institute the limits and at what point to draw the line. I'm sure if I sat down with your nemesis, Patrap, that he and I would disagree more than agree on lines and limits, however I welcome his posts as they are subtle illustrations of his beliefs, not the do it my way or the highway as your posts are.)
Why New Hampshire Republicans have turned away from the tea party
By Felicia Sonmez
MANCHESTER, N.H. – What a difference a year makes.


An overflow crowd attends a town hall with former senator Rick Santorum in Hollis, N.H. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)Fourteen months ago, the tea party swept the Granite State in the 2010 midterms, as more than four in 10 of those who went to the polls expressed support for the burgeoning movement. The sweep propelled new candidates, such as Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R) and Rep. Frank Guinta, (R) on to big wins.

Two months later, the New Hampshire Republican State Committee elected as its party chairman Jack Kimball, a tea party-backed businessman with no political experience who bested establishment candidate Juliana Bergeron in an upset win.

Now, on the eve of this election year’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary, the tea party’s influence on the GOP is unmistakably on the wane. Kimball is out after a rocky seven months at the helm; Guinta likely faces a tough reelection bid; and – most ominous-- for the first time more than 50 percent of likely GOP voters in New Hampshire say that they do not support the smaller-government, anti-tax movement.

What happened?

As is often the case in politics, the answer is a mix of national and local.

Nationally, the public’s views of the tea party have been cooling for the better part of a year. A November Pew Research Center survey showed that during the 2010 midterms, 27 percent of Americans said they agreed with the tea party, while 22 percent disagreed. A year later, those numbers were nearly reversed: 27 percent said they disagreed with the movement, while 20 percent said they agreed. More than half of respondents said they had no opinion.

Those numbers are reflected in the most recent polls of likely New Hampshire GOP primary voters.

An NBC News/Marist poll released late Friday showed that for the first time, 53 percent of likely Republican primary voters said they are not supporters of the tea party, while 40 percent said they are supporters and seven percent were unsure.

That was an uptick in opposition to the movement from October, when 47 percent of likely voters said they did not support the tea party, 42 percent said they did support it and nine percent were undecided.

The latest Suffolk University/7 News tracking poll shows an even more drastic shift.

In mid-September, 48 percent of likely Republican primary voters polled by Suffolk University described themselves as supporters of the tea party, while 40 percent said they were not, and 12 percent were undecided.

Now, in the latest tracking poll, support for the movement has plummeted 11 points – from 48 percent to 37 percent of likely GOP primary voters. Opposition has risen four points, from 40 percent to 44 percent. Nineteen percent are undecided.

While the drop in support for the tea party in New Hampshire dovetails with national trends, not all early states are seeing a similar decline. In fact, in two states with a conservative-leaning GOP electorate – Iowa and South Carolina – support has held steady or been rising in recent months.

In Iowa, which held its caucuses last week, 64 percent of those who voted were tea-party supporters, according to exit polls. Twenty-four percent described themselves as neutral, and 10 percent said they opposed the tea party.

That’s on par with the 65 percent of likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers in a July Mason-Dixon poll who said the phrase “tea party supporter” described them “very well” or “somewhat well.”

And in South Carolina, an early December NBC News/Marist poll shows support for the tea party stands at 51 percent among likely GOP primary voters, while 40 percent say they do not back the movement, and nine percent are unsure.

That’s actually an increase in support from October, when 45 percent of likely GOP voters in South Carolina said they backed the tea party, 44 percent said they did not, and 10 percent were unsure.

There’s another possible explanation for why the tea party has been losing favor in New Hampshire: the state’s local politics, particularly when it comes to the New Hampshire Republican Party chairmanship.

In January 2010, Kimball l eked out a narrow 222-to-199 win among members of the state Republican Committee in the chairmanship race. But his tenure at the party helm was quickly beset by allegations of corruption and incompetence.

As pressure mounted from within his own party to resign – including from Ayotte, Guinta and others who rode the 2010 tea party wave -- Kimball defiantly declared that he would not step down. He then reversed course a few days later, and Wayne MacDonald, then the party’s vice chairman, stepped into the chairmanship.

The episode may have served as a cautionary tale of the challenges that come with elevating a tea party-backed newcomer to political office. MacDonald, has a resume that contrasts sharply with Kimball’s: His biography on the New Hampshire Republican Party Web site notes that he has “political experience spanning more than three decades” and has served “at every level” in the state committee.

What does it all mean for Tuesday’s primary?

It’s the latest explanation for why former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney (R) is going from strength to strength in the Granite State.

The Iowa exit polls show that tea party supporters were fractured in last week’s caucuses: 29 percent backed former senator Rick Santorum, while 19 percent backed Rep. Ron Paul (Texas); 19 percent backed Romney; 15 percent supported former House speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.); and 11 percent voted for former Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

Tea party opponents, however, were far more unified: 43 percent of them voted for Romney. A plurality of those who said they were neutral about the tea party also voted for Romney -- he took 32 percent.

So, the fewer likely GOP primary voters in New Hampshire who say the support the tea party, the better the odds are for Romney.

In a sign that tea party supporters in the Granite State are also unlikely to rally behind a single candidate on primary day, Guinta has said that he is declining to endorse a particular candidate.

And, notably, Paul – who has been hailed as a congressman who was “tea party before there was a tea party” – has been buoyed more by young voters (he won 48 percent of 17- to-29-year-olds in Iowa) than by tea party backers. Some of his most ardent fans in the Granite State were chagrined about the slack in tea party support over the weekend.

“Ron Paul is the founding father of the tea party. Don’t call yourself a tea party and then spit on the guy that started it,” Glen Aldrich, a 54-year-old unemployed carpenter from Guilford, said as he stood outside of Paul’s Sunday event in Meredith rounding up support for the candidate.

Aldrich noted that last month, the Lakes Region Tea Party, which meets just down the street from where Paul’s event was held, backed Gingrich in an informal straw poll of its members. Seventeen members backed Gingrich; 12 members cast ballots for Romney; only three voted for Paul.

“Wow,” Aldrich said of his reaction to the poll results. “I said, ‘No reason for me to go there. Ain’t too many people think like I do.’ I considered myself a tea-partier until then.”



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78. unclemush
7:06 PM GMT on January 21, 2012
Link Republican Debate: Why Newt Gingrich’s Performance Should Disqualify Him Watching Newt Gingrich excoriate the media for making his personal life an issue in Thursday’s presidential debate, you realized that he wasn’t merely guilty of not practicing what he preaches. The real issue isn’t that Gingrich has done things that he castigates others for doing. The real, disturbing issue is what seems to be his deeply embedded pattern of finding his own sordid nature in other people, and then mercilessly persecuting them.“Projection” is a psychological commonplace. The person suffering from depression will find depression everywhere. The person in the grip of lust will see randiness in everyone he meets. And on and on. We all see, in one degree or another, the world in terms of our own condition. Our sanity depends upon the degree.Borderline personality, clinical narcissist, megalomaniac, sociopath—however you want to characterize Newt Gingrich, he clearly has difficulty distinguishing his own reality from that of other people. The man who cheated on his first wife as she lay in a hospital bed with cancer proclaimed in 1992, just as the Democratic National Convention was taking place, “Woody Allen having non-incest with a non-daughter to whom he was a non-father because they were a non-family fits the Democratic platform perfectly.” The man who then went on to cheat on his second wife compared Democrats, two years later, to Susan Smith: “I think that the mother killing the two children in South Carolina vividly reminds every American how sick the society is getting and how much we need to change things. The only way you get change is to vote Republican.”
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77. unclemush
12:14 PM GMT on January 21, 2012
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76. WeHaveHadIT
5:07 AM GMT on January 21, 2012

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75. unclemush
2:48 AM GMT on January 21, 2012
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74. unclemush
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73. unclemush
11:43 PM GMT on January 20, 2012
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72. WeHaveHadIT
2:38 AM GMT on January 20, 2012
Rick Perry leaves the race...endorses Newt Gingrich.
From The WaPo: Rick Perry’s ‘oops’ campaign never ready for prime time


Alan Grayson "Newt Gingrich Is A Stupid Person's Idea Of What A Smart Person Looks Like"

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71. unclemush
11:03 PM GMT on January 19, 2012
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70. unclemush
6:36 PM GMT on January 19, 2012
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69. unclemush
5:44 PM GMT on January 19, 2012
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68. unclemush
5:39 PM GMT on January 19, 2012
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67. unclemush
5:22 PM GMT on January 19, 2012
Link Marianne Gingrich, Newt Gingrich's Ex-Wife, Says He Wanted An 'Open Marriage' (VIDEO)So, it seems that one part of that juicy ABC News "bombshell" interview with Marianne Gingrich concerns one of the "big ideas" that Newt Gingrich, hive of constant innovation, had during the period of time the former House Speaker was out of office: he wanted Marianne, his second wife, to enter into an "open marriage" arrangement, so that he could continue to consort with Callista Bisek. (You know, the third wife that introduced him to Catholicism.)
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66. originalLT
4:42 PM GMT on January 19, 2012
Thanks PA, and WeHaveHadIt, also Unclemush for all your posts. BTW, Just heard on CBS radio network news, that Newt is "surging" in South Carolina polls, up to 30%, this despite the fact that his second wife, said on ABC's Nightline, that Newt asked her to let him be in an "open marriage" when she found out he was cheating on her. She of course refused and filed for divorce.
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65. Patrap
4:21 PM GMT on January 19, 2012
Quoting originalLT:
Pa, sorry for being so dumb, but who is Willard?


You as a Human,are not Dumb, that is "wrong" thinking, you are the Universe, sentient.

Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman and politician. He was the 70th Governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007 and is a candidate for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination.



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64. unclemush
11:30 AM GMT on January 19, 2012
Link Romney has millions in Cayman offshore accounts
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63. WeHaveHadIT
7:39 AM GMT on January 19, 2012
No need to be sorry, O
Willard doesn't know his first name either!

WATCH: Mitt Romney Just Got His Own First Name Wrong



Look wiki is back up:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitt_Romney
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62. originalLT
5:53 AM GMT on January 19, 2012
Pa, sorry for being so dumb, but who is Willard?
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61. Patrap
2:01 AM GMT on January 19, 2012
Between Newt being Newt the Terrible, and Perry putting Troops in Harms way,with his idiotic Rant about our Ally Turkey..well, the GOP is once again showing ALL the World the depth of their incompetence and ideology.

Its regressive at best, Suicidal if ever allowed to reign here again for 8 years.

We're just now digging out from that Nightmarish span.

Oh,, and Willard is being Willard.

Clueless as to the real concern's of America.

Wanna bet "10K" he loses in November?

I have a chance to make Millions I believe, easily.

Wu-mail me if ya interested.

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60. unclemush
1:56 AM GMT on January 19, 2012
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59. unclemush
1:55 AM GMT on January 19, 2012
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58. unclemush
1:53 AM GMT on January 19, 2012
Link 7 charged in $61M single-stock insider trade case. Maybe OWS has a point.
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57. unclemush
10:50 AM GMT on January 18, 2012
Link WASHINGTON — The House Republican campaign chairman, Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas, has been notified that he received a discounted mortgage from the former Countrywide Financial Corp.

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Sessions becomes the fourth House member – and third Republican – whose records were sent to the House Ethics Committee for further investigation. The ethics panel will likely investigate whether the lawmakers received improper gifts and whether they performed any favorable actions for the lender. The four were notified by the House Oversight Committee.
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56. misanthrope
8:22 PM GMT on January 17, 2012
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55. unclemush
7:36 AM GMT on January 17, 2012
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54. unclemush
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53. WeHaveHadIT
4:01 AM GMT on January 16, 2012
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51. unclemush
8:04 PM GMT on January 15, 2012
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50. Patrap
4:18 AM GMT on January 15, 2012
Peace is everyone's birthright

By Gokul Gokani
for the Tidings

Posted: 2:00 AM January 14, 2012

A rose is a rose is a rose, it is never otherwise and has no dream to be otherwise ever. It is happy and celebrates with a blossom. When the right climate and conditions prevail it spreads a scent of fragrance all around. And it is for everyone, as there is no judgment on the rose's side.

Why have we human beings missed the train of this natural inner climate? The outside world never is going to be totally peaceful. In the name of peace, we are getting ready for the next scuffle. Why this insanity and unconsciousness? It seems like eternal mass hypnosis. We never learn lessons from the past or present situations and just go on like somnambulists. We are pretty clever to proclaim for peace, but we are at war most of the time for the sake of national interests and we drag in peacekeeping partners from different countries. But even with this pretense of outer peace, we produce weapons of mass destruction. What irony and stupidity.

What is wrong with our intelligence? We use only about 5 to 10 percent on constructive projects and the rest we utilize for the devil's service and we do not realize this is hiding in each one of us. If we could only know that this is going to boomerang back to us and will prove positively that whatever we sew, so shall we also reap. If we put seeds of a thorn tree in the ground and stupidly wait to have sweet fruits of a mango, whose fault is it? We enjoy slogans shouting of peace and take false pride that we are working for peace. Our job is finished and when danger comes. We bury our head in the sand like the ostrich. We never wake up to the truth of life itself. We are blind followers and we close the doors of our inborn, ever-fresh intelligence and instead use the false coin we call intellect. These two are infinitely separate.

The whole of our education system sharpens this false coin of intellect and gives little chance for the natural intelligence. Basically, all around us everyone is pushing us to run on this mad path of getting good grades, a good job, a prestigious position, more money, perfect power and ego-fulfilling false fame. It is time to wake up from this selfdestructive nightmare and look within to find our absolute inner wish or wisdom or intuition. Everyone has this power lying dormant and waiting for millions of lives or years to be used, for heaven's sake.

Human beings are the greatest creation in the universe from a consciousness point of view and have a chance at the higher consciousness, which is called god by many. But we are regressing to primates' stage rather than evolving to that stage of "choiceless awareness" coined by J. Krishnamurti. We all have the potential to reach that stage of consciousness in this life if we take the time to get acquainted with the self. That is why the teaching of Maharishi Raman is to discover the real existential answer to this very simple question of, "Who am I, or what am I?"

Existence is the ocean of intelligence and we all draw ours from it. It is not the creation of our brain or mind. So, hoping against the hope, in spite of our continual universal turmoil, outer peace may be a distant dream, but individual inner peace is bound to happen, provided one wishes and is willing to work for it without mundane excuses. It is everyone's birthright.
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49. unclemush
10:48 PM GMT on January 14, 2012
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48. unclemush
2:09 AM GMT on January 14, 2012
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47. unclemush
10:18 PM GMT on January 13, 2012
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46. unclemush
5:28 PM GMT on January 13, 2012
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45. tkeith
3:52 PM GMT on January 13, 2012
Trouble in tea party paradise?
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43. Patrap
6:19 AM GMT on January 13, 2012
I choose, I am a non conformist.

Im human, I made a mistake between here and FB.

A Duality of medium u could say ?



I think you were a inquisitioner maybe in a former life.

You have a repressed anger thingee seems.


G'night.

Milk and cookies are kicking in.

..Please, we are looking at it together

So that's progress.

Were all going thru the same thing.

Please, we are looking at it together, without fear







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40. Patrap
5:54 AM GMT on January 13, 2012


"Our consciousness has been programmed for thousands and thousands of years and we have been conditioned, programmed, wired...to be, to think as individuals. To think as separate entities struggling, struggling conflict -- from the moment you're born until you die. We are programmed to it. We have accepted that. We have never challenged it, we have never asked, if it possible to live a life totally, absolutely without conflict."

"And the religious organizations throughout the world have maintained this individual salvation. And we are questioning very seriously whether there is an individual consciousness. Whether you as a human consciousness have a separate consciousness from the rest of mankind. You have to answer this. You can not just play with it. My consciousness and yours; if we've been brought up, programmed conditioned to the individual then my consciousness is all this activities of thought. Fear is thought..."

The suffering, the anxiety, the uncertainty, the deep regrets, wounds, the burden of centuries of sorrow is part of thought. Thought is responsible for all this.
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38. Patrap
5:04 AM GMT on January 13, 2012
..all you need is Love

Lennon

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37. Patrap
4:56 AM GMT on January 13, 2012
..if your going to San Francisco, be sure to wear, some Flower's in yer Hair"...


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34. ycd0108
4:30 AM GMT on January 13, 2012
Thanks Unclemush
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32. Patrap
4:13 AM GMT on January 13, 2012
| Separation of Church and State:

"The Government of the United States is not in any sense founded upon the Christian Religion" -- 1797 the treaty of Tripoli, signed by President Washington, and approved by the Senate of the United States.

"I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should `make no law respecting establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,' thus building a wall of separation between church and state" -- Thomas Jefferson, Letter, Danbury Baptist Assn. January 1, 1802.

"In my view church and state should be separate, not only in form, but fact. Religion and politics should not be mingled" -- Millard Fillmore, address during the 1856 presidential election.

"Thank God, under our Constitution there was no connection between Church and State..." -- James K Polk.

"Declare church and state forever separate and distinct; but each free within their proper spheres" -- Ulysses S. Grant, Seventh annual message, Congress December 7, 1875.

"...leave the matter of religious teaching to the family altar, the church, and the private school, supported entirely by private contribution. Keep church and state forever separate" -- Ulysses S. Grant's Speech to G. A. R. Veterans, at Des Moines, IA 1875.

"The separation of Church and State in everything relating to taxation should be absolute" -- James A. Garfield, Letter of Acceptance of Nomination for the Presidency July 12, 1880.

"I hold that in this country there must be complete severance of Church and State; that public moneys shall not be used for the purpose of advancing any particular creed; and therefore that the public schools shall be non-sectarian and no public moneys appropriated for sectarian schools" -- Theodore Roosevelt, Address, New York, October 12, 1915.

"I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute..." -- John F Kennedy, September 12, 1960.

"We establish no religion in this country. We command no worship. We mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are and must remain separate" -- Ronald Reagan, 1984.

Last year I was on Pat Robertson's show, and we discussed our basic Christian faith - for instance, separation of church and state. It's contrary to my beliefs to try to exalt Christianity as having some sort of preferential status in the United States. That violates the Constitution. I'm not in favor of mandatory prayer in school or of using public funds to finance religious education" -- Jimmy Carter, Christianity Today, March 2, 1998.

Concurrently...

“The notion of a rigid separation between church and state has no basis in either the text of the Constitution or the writings of our Founding Fathers. On the contrary, our Founders’ political views were strongly informed by their religious beliefs” -- Ron Paul.

"Freedom requires religion just as religion requires freedom. Freedom opens the windows of the soul so that man can discover his most profound beliefs and commune with God. Freedom and religion endure together, or perish alone" -- Mitt Romney.

"Ultimately Kennedy's attempt to reassure Protestants that the Catholic Church would not control the government and suborn its independence advanced a philosophy of strict separation that would create a purely secular public square cleansed of all religious wisdom and the voice of religious people of all faiths. He laid the foundation for attacks on religious freedom and freedom of speech by the secular left and its political arms like the ACLU and the People for the American Way" -- Rick Santorum (regarding the speech JFK gave on 09/12/60).

"I am convinced that if we do not decisively win the struggle over the nature of America, by the time they're my age they will be in a secular atheist country, potentially one dominated by radical Islamists and with no understanding of what it once meant to be an American" -- Newt Gingrich, addressing John Hagee's Cornerstone Church congregation.
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30. unclemush
2:51 AM GMT on January 13, 2012
Link Why Libertarians Must Deny Climate Change
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29. ycd0108
2:36 AM GMT on January 13, 2012
I read your blog but it has not made sense for a Canuck to get involved until now and only with a link:
http://www.monbiot.com/2012/01/06/why-libertarian s-must-deny-climate-change/
Get rid of the spaces in libertarian s and the link might work.
Monbiot is on a roll just now. His next post also might be of interest
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