Libertarian Party of Michigan Chair Kim McCurry’s Statement on Libertarians Calling for Occupation of Federal Buildings

Libertarian Party of Michigan Chair Kim McCurry issued a press release on the state party’s website today, in which she responded to the recent apprehension of Ammon Bundy – son of Clive Bundy – and his armed militia men over the land occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in the State of Oregon and compared the standoff to the Wounded Knee Incident of 1973. McCurry even correctly and eloquently stated that the incident that happened in the Pacific Northwest can transpire anywhere in the country.

This is what McCurry wrote for the Michigan LP’s press release today:

Libertarian Party of Michigan Kim McCurry's Statement - Libertarians Call for Occupation of Government Buildings - Clip - 02-14-2016

Libertarian Party of Michigan Kim McCurry's Statement - Libertarians Call for Occupation of Government Buildings Part 2 - Clip - 02-14-2016 - Official

 

Kim is correct. The State’s overreach and power over land resources in the United States, thanks to the Obama administration, is quite terrible that the State can punish you easily and can run roughshod over your lives, your property, your resources, your finances, and every facet of your lives. Is this the kind of America that we all should have?

The next time Americans head for the voting booths, pull their booths’ levers, and vote for either the Republican presidential candidate or the Democratic presidential candidate, they should remember one thing: both major parties want to control your lives. The FBI is content with what it’s done to Ammon Bundy and his people. Imagine what it can do to you.

If you want real liberty, vote Libertarian this election cycle. You don’t have any excuse not to do it.

 

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