Consider the column inches of laughter devoted to this ridiculous situation in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune written by Billy Cox. It's been backlinked all over the 'Sphere, creating a minor stir.
Gotta love the Libertarians. Maybe a dozen contenders for the party’s presidential nomination, from Republican Bob Barr to Democrat Mike Gravel. A genuine floor fight at the upcoming convention, no rote ceremonial coronation. No sacred cows, no taboos. Hell, you can even propose legalizing marijuana without getting caned.
Well, almost no sacred cows. Ix-nay on the FOs-Uay. No foolish UFO talk. That’s the message the Libs recently sent Vero Beach rez Dom Armentano.
In January, Armentano, an adjunct scholar with the Libertarian Cato Institute, was terminated with extreme prejudice by Cato for reiterating — in op-ed pieces for a Vero Beach daily — what 72 percent of Americans told Roper Poll researchers in 2002, that the feds are withholding UFO data from the taxpayers.
Anyhow, when the Libertarians convene in Denver from May 22 through 26, they’ll be — wait, yo, hold up, hold up. Who’s that speaker on the May 23 agenda? Dude. It’s Richard C. Hoagland, co-author of “Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA.”
According to the program summary, “He will ... reveal — with official NASA imagery — startling scientific discoveries by NASA, by law, has deliberately withheld from the American people for more than 40 years!”
Read more HERE.