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Friedrich Dominicus Posted: Tue, Jul 10 2012 1:06 AM

Well I laid it out here:

http://mises.org/Community/blogs/fdominicus/archive/2012/07/10/i-39-ve-a-big-problem.aspx

 

And now maybe someone knows a way out. I can not see it. I have to join a party to have a chance to work for the abolishement of partiesß

Well tell me about stupid things to try....

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cab21 replied on Tue, Jul 10 2012 1:31 AM

some ways out of the problem in a little brainstorm

leave germany

suicide

take the penalty

join the party to end all parties

secede

change philosophy to beleive in parties that abolish parties

 

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leave Germany?

Tested in 2010 not accepted by my wife

suicide

Well what problem does that solve vor me. The problem of life?

take the penalty?

What penalty

join the part to end all parties

That's currently what I'm seeing as the only option

secede

ha ha ha

change philosophy..

Well what's the difference to join the part to end all parties?

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cab21 replied on Tue, Jul 10 2012 2:15 AM

well what happens if you don't pick a party? usa does not make us register to vote or pick parties even when we register so i'm not sure what germany does here if people don't pick a party.

i think the difference between join the party to end all parties and change philosphy was that, the change in philosphy might end the problem, perhaps its the difference between resentment and enthusiam of working to end all parties in a party?

 

 

 

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It' s the same  here in Germany but if you do not vote you still do vote for whomever will get into power. So people vote partly for the lesser worse. But wel to choose Beelzebub over  Hell is not a great choice....

I tend to join the PdV, I'm quite sure most prefer the big daddy of was it nanny state here in Germany also. It's like a Pawlov'scher reflex. People mouth seems to  watering if the here state in conjunction with justice. A think I simply can not understand...

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cab21 replied on Tue, Jul 10 2012 4:33 AM

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_political_parties_in_Germany

so looking up german parties, looks like these are the options. some of the names are great

Anarchist Pogo Party of Germany looks like great satire

PdV can be the  choice.

fdp is a more powerful lesser evil it looks like

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fdp . Forget it, they have voted for the banking failouts and their argumens were they could not vote with the Green Party to say "no"

The pogo party surely is satire.

PdV is the only real liberal party, with hardly any members.

Still it's the only option I currently am thinking about....

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cab21 replied on Tue, Jul 10 2012 1:39 PM

weird arguments in politics

looks like growing pdv would be the thing to do.

on the other hand there is what ron paul, is he doing more for liberty as a republican than being with a party that may fit his views more? i think he is doing more as a rebublican and the rewards will be in the future

 

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