A Real Libertarian Revolution?

Carlos Watson has an interesting article on the two-party system in the United States and the potential for a third-party challenge on the Fast Company website.  It asserts that now is the time for the Libertarian party to step up and really challenge the Democrats and Republicans.  If Libertarians want to have a real impact in 2010 or 2012, they need to recruit from the business world, where their values will resonate most.”

A focus on recruiting from the business world could lead to a serious challenge from the Libertarian party at all levels of government?  This is an interesting prospect.  Is America primed for another run by a Perot-type candidate?  Political strategists from the two major parties might want to read this article too.



3 Responses

  1. Thanks for the referral.
    Watson makes an interesting point. When we think libertarian, we think presidency. How about running for congressional seats? I have a great candidate from the BSU legal studies department.

    Denny Crain.

  2. Hmmm…. Perhaps Denny Crain would make a good libertarian candidate for office

  3. […] } Brad points to an article suggesting the possibility of a libertarian revolution. But maybe people will just Whig […]

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