Thursday, April 24, 2014

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The 2 Percent Point of View

Welcome to the 2 Percent Point of View – a place for libertarian musings with a Jersey attitude.



Why 2 Percent? 
The Two percenter (a.k.a as Joe Siano, a.k.a Joey 2 Percent) is an erstwhile libertarian activist who twice stood as the Libertarian Party candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in central New Jersey.  On each occasion he amassed more than two and less than three percent of the vote, prompting a friend to label him a "Two Percenter" in the proud tradition of Hell's Angels 1%ers. 

The Soprano State where he resides is controlled by three types of politicians:  The Investigated, The Indicted and The Incarcerated.

Therefore J2P is not ashamed of his poll performance in this political sewer.   Like the Marines, Joe and the freedom lovers who supported him, are the few, the proud.  Ron Paul calls us “the remnant” that coterie of true believers who will save America.  Sam Adams nailed it when he said, “It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men.

Why Blog?
1.       Researching a topic and organizing your thoughts helps sharpen your thinking.
2.       Blogging “preaches to the choir” and helps to stiffen the resolve of like minded individuals
3.       It helps educate those who are new to the liberty movement
4.       It sends a message to The Man that we are watching and will not go away quietly

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