Which strategy will succeed first? Free State project or Rand Paul as President?

The Free State Project:  Goal is to flood New Hampshire with 20,000 Liberty minded individuals. The desired results are to hijack state elections, so that only Liberty-minded folks hold office, and help create a truly free society.

Rand Paul for President: The strategy is that Rand Paul is really more like his father, but is playing the Republican game to get elected as President. Once president, he would be more like his father, and guide America back towards a true Constitutional Republic.

So which strategy has a more likely chance at succeeding first? Rand Paul becoming President or the Free State Project?

Vote in our poll below:

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2 thoughts on “Which strategy will succeed first? Free State project or Rand Paul as President?

  • December 10, 2014 at 5:36 am

    That is right, NHFreedom. Some in the FSP work within the 2-party (zero choice) system. Some work within the LPNH. Some do not vote or run at all. Some engage in civil disobedience. Some are agorists/voluntaryists/anarchists/fill-in-the-blank-with-your favorite-term. And some just want to be left alone.

    P.S. I could not take the survey. Saw this code: [yop_poll id=”69″]

  • December 9, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    Great use of humor! The Free State Project isn’t about state elections at all. It is about signing up 20,000 folks to be liberty activists in New Hampshire. What the liberty activists do in New Hampshire is up to them. A lot of peaceful things can be done to help create a free society without even voting.

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