So I signed up for Bureaucrash today after cleaning up my blogroll and adding a few newcomers. If you don’t know what Bureaucrash is, it’s essentially the activist wing of libertarianism. They make a bunch of flyers and self-described propaganda and organize events and rallies all over the U.S. They are even going to have a booth at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and will be in direct competition with the Libertarian Party themselves, who just decided this year they would finally open a booth at the biggest conservative conference of the year (the LP was so proud, they sent out a little email letting everyone know about it). I’m glad they’re finally getting a little more active, I hope they are selling some kickass apparel like the stuff I found over at Bureaucrash.
My only disappointment with the LP is that they seem intent on pushing drug reform front and center (“A prime example of the disparity of opinions in CPAC sponsors is seen in the fact that at this conference, there will be a discussion about the War on Drugs, and whether it should continue with wholehearted conservative support,” Joe Seehusen) when the biggest gripe conservatives have is fiscal conservatism. One would think (in this audience at least) it would be smarter bring up the bloated costs of the War on Drugs indirectly instead of jumping feet first into such a topic. I’m just hoping they appeal to their pocketbooks instead of running gung-ho with it as a personal freedom issue.
So anyways, where was I? Oh yeah, the kick-ass apparel Bureaucrash sells… notably the demand royalties or something, heh.. I’m gonna have to
Nah, how could I do that when JA$ON sent me a PM mere minutes after I signed up, saying: “Thanks for joining Bureaucrash. I really enjoy your website, the hammer of truth. Especially the Twin Towers ad.” Geez, and I can’t even get the LP to return my stinking emails.