After having resigned as campaign manager of Joy Waymire‘s old campaign which has just suspended operations, I now have just jumped on board with the Austin Peterson for President 2016 train, happily describing myself as a “Liberty Ninja.” I’m very excited and ecstatic about working on Austin’s campaign that I am so thrilled with the never-ending possibilities of what could and might happen in the politically-charged scheme of things. This is going to be a thrilling adventure, not just for me but for everyone in the campaign and hopefully in the Libertarian Party as well.
Here’s what I posted on Facebook on April 12, 2016 at 7:55 p.m.:
Now I know that I said that I was going to take “a break from party politics indefinitely,” but when Fundraising Manager Bryn Biemeck asked me, “Are you on the AP4LP train now?,” I knew I had to leap into supporting Austin because in my heart I had already accepted him as my nominated Libertarian candidate for President. I immediately changed my mind, and nothing was going to stop me. I feel empowered, and I’m glad I’m on the Liberty Ninja train.
Here are the hashtags for the campaign:
#FeelThePetersen #AustinPetersen #IStandWithPetersen
To victory for Austin Petersen!
It’s no secret that I’ve been involved in Libertarian politics for the longest time. My earliest memory dates back to the fall of 1999 when I first joined the Libertarian Party to get involved in third party politics, including embracing the ideals, tenets, and philosophy of libertarianism. When I first joined the Party, I was ecstatic. I couldn’t wait to be involved in political campaigns, to spread the message and philosophy of libertarianism, and to educate the public on the definition of and convictions of the freedom message because it was powerful, unique, strong, and stellar, unlike the (progressive) liberal and conservative philosophies that have guided their own movements. As time went on, from 1999 throughout the Aughts, I became a champion of libertarian (and Libertarian) ideals that none of the major parties – the Republican and Democratic Parties – shared at all and that a new revolution was on the verge of launching before the American people’s eyes.
Since June 5, 2015, I was asked by Libertarian presidential candidate Joy Waymire to be her campaign manager. For months I worked with Joy to bring support for as well as supporters into her campaign, and it hasn’t been a very simple task, considering I was uncertain how much support she was receiving, and that had never been made available to me. But I was honored, eager, and anxious to be her campaign manager, despite the fact that I was completely and utterly wet behind the ears and didn’t know what I was walking into.
With all of those points in mind, here’s what I posted on my Facebook profile, officially announcing my resignation as her campaign manager after I privately emailed my resignation to her.
This is what I posted:
Joy subsequently posted a response to what I posted by issuing the following:
I will be her campaign manager again in 2020, and I hope the entire supporters and members will unite behind her if she wins the nomination….assuming no other candidate striking the Gary Johnson resemblance is running at that point.
2020, here we come!