Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Washington Times Part II interview with Libertarian Republican's Eric Dondero

On gun rights - "the founding fathers said it, we libertarians believe it, and that settles it. Period. End of story"

From Eric Dondero:

Part II is out, and it's a doozie. Interviewer Joseph Cotto and I discuss the gun issue, multiculturalism, free trade, intra-libertarian movement splits, foreign policy and my background with Ron Paul.

Here's a taste, on the immigration issue from the Washington Times:
Joseph F. Cotto: Illegal immigration poses an astounding threat to America's future. From your experience, is there a consensus on this issue among libertarian Republicans?

Eric Dondero: No. Honestly, we're all over the map on this question. The Cato, Reason crowd lean liberal on this. They are totally open borders. Those of us on the rightside of the libertarian movement are much more concerned about voting rights given to illegal aliens, and the affect of immigrants from Third World nations like Somalia, and Pakistan, who have no understanding, let alone respect for the philosophy of liberty, and the true Americanist beliefs of our Founding Fathers, "that government is best, which governs least." Too many of these new immigrants come to this country with the intent of simply putting their hands out for the latest and greatest hand-out from the Federal Government.

If we abolish the welfare state, than we right-libertarians would be right along with the Cato, Reason crowd on this. Until then, pro-America libertarians take a more closed borders approach.
I also managed to get in a little plug for this website, and for my most recent efforts to promote our "De-friend, De-vorce and De-employ all Democrats in your life."

Follow the link above and enjoy!

25 comments:

Erich Domdero said...
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The Right Guy said...

You'd have to stand on your mother's shoulders just to kiss their asses.

Erich Domdero said...
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Gary said...

Fuck you, you little shit bag.

Erich Domdero said...
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Eric Dondero said...

Jim, you've got deletion privleges here at LR. Use them at your leisure.

Honestly, this guy uses a fake name. He's never contributed any $$ to this blog. What use is he?

At least we knew who Lofo was. This guy's completely anonymous.

Jemas said...
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Eric Dondero said...

Hmmn? Crispus Atticks. Black Guy. Freeman living in Massachusetts. And....

A FOUNDING FATHER OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

I must not have paid too much attention in History class in High School. Silly me. I always thought it was only a handful of southern states that had slavery.

Funny how we never hear from you about the slavery that exists today in the Muslim world. We abolished it 150 friggin' years ago. It still exists in Saudi Arabia. But hush, hush. Muslims owning slaves. That's too politically incorrect to talk about don't ya know.

Eric Dondero said...

"Products of their time and place."

Are Muslims who engage in slavery all over the Middle East, "products of their time and place"?

Muslims trampling all over women's rights, raping them, honor killing them, forcing them to wear burkas. Are they "products of their time and place"?

Chuck said...

Tell everyone what a "person of color" is, Jeepers.

Get on with it, you dickless, mindless robot.

Erich Domdero said...
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Jemas said...
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Chris O. said...

Slavery was the law of the land at that time. It was as legal as abortion is today.

Chris O. said...

Slavery was the law of the land at that time. It was as legal as abortion is today.

Erich Domdero said...
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Chris O. said...

Is abortion wrong?

The Right Guy said...

Which is still law of the land.

Erich Domdero said...
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The Right Guy said...

Yeah, when abortion is illegal.

Jemas said...

Oh, deleting dissenting comments now, are we? How Orwellian. Well now you're not just pro-slavery, you're pro-slavery hypocrites. Well, now that you don't allow dissent (I assume because you know your ideas don't hold up under scrutiny), there's no point in my being here. Goodbye hypocrites. Enjoy your closed circle of ignorance.

James
Queens, New York, NY

The Right Guy said...

Probably a little over zealous with domdero removal, which will continue. The guy doesn't add anything to the exchange and will be deleted here on out.

electromag.11 said...

isn't the washington times owned by reverend sun myung moon's unification church??

electromag.11 said...

why yes... the washington times is owned by the moonies unification church, and the paper is currently being run my reverend sun myung moon's son, Kook Jin Moon (i'm totally not making that up - it's in the Washington Times article linked below).

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/sep/12/unification-church-poised-new-era-officials-say/?page=all

electromag.11 said...

reverend sun myung moon was a "self-proclaimed messiah". (new york times, september 2012)

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/03/world/asia/rev-sun-myung-moon-founder-of-unification-church-dies-at-92.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

electromag.11 said...

that's why no one takes the washington times seriously.