Colorado Candidates: I don't know how many of you are answering candidate questionnaires from groups that typically oppose Libertarian or non-government solutions, but I answered the rather long survey from Colorado Rural Voters.
My answers were rather long, too --there wasn't a text limit in the entry boxes, and I saw no notice that they preferred <100 words until I got to the confirmation screen.
In any case, Colorado Rural Voters would be better named "Colorado Gimme Your Money and Rights Voters" -- look at their wish list on their main page.
Some of those wishes might sound good upon first blush to Libertarians. But the tyrannical reality is how they want to implement them.
Anyway, most of my answers on their survey questions were copypasta from things I'd written earlier (in one case I copied something I wrote in 1999). While some would quip that only proves I'm a closed-minded jerk, what I believe it means is that the takers are making the same arguments and coveting the same rights and property in 2020 as they were in 1999.
And in 1899.
Here is the actual survey.
Jeriel Clark is the contact person for this thing. I have not looked into who funds this "nonpartisan" group (nonpartisan my ass). If I remember correctly, before this she was a paid staffer for another group that was trying to saddle up the taxpayers of Grand Junction and every other municipality in Mesa (including the county itself) and take them for a sweaty ride on a massive debt load for a city-owned gym/fitness/pool/recreation center. It is my fading memory that she was the person who came before the Mesa Libertarians and did a presentation for the gym.
I'm in the wrong business. It apparently pays to be a leftist activist.
But getting on with the story, here is how I answered their survey: