Tue, 1 March 2016
We're back in the studio today following a weekend in DC. I have to say it's great to be back. Both Darren and I are introverts and even a few hours in a crowd will burn both of us out. Now that we're back in the studio it's business as usual and I thought today would be the perfect day to discuss the recent Libertarian debate.
There are plenty of plusses and minuses to talk about in what has become the first real Libertarian debate of the election. Overall I have to give props to the team in Mississippi. They took a minuscule budget and were able to put on a pretty good show.
As far as candidates were concerned I was looking mostly at messaging and delivery. There are many who believe we've got a chance to make the main stage of the national debate this year. I'm not as confident as some, but I work from the assumption that we might actually do it. If that were the case who do you think would best represent and articulate the Libertarian ideas to a growing group of outraged and disenfranchised Americas?
That's what I'm going to talk about today. Give it a listen. I think you'll enjoy it.