Denny Lane

As the founder and chair of the Vermont Grassroots Party(VGP) from 1992 to 2001, I’d like to thank all Vermonters who voted for VGP candidates in the past. However, I resigned from the VGP last year after current “leadership” threw out the VGP Constitution and platform and replaced it with nothing. I joined the Libertarian Party(LP) and was pleased to accept their nomination to be the Auditor of Accounts candidate in the upcoming election. As usual, third party candidates have been excluded from debates, forums, polls, etc. as the media have their own agenda which does not include changing the status quo. So I urge you to look at the Vt. Libertarian homepage to educate yourself about the party of principles and ideas, as the media won’t educate yourself about the LP and its candidates.The LP is on the ballot in all 50 states and here in Vermont we have 44 excellent candidates for local, statewide and national office. My own views can be found at http://www.gmavt.net\~dennylaneIf you are concerned about an ever increasing beauracracy and invasive government control and edicts affecting your personal liberties, then I urge you to educate yourself about the LP and vote for LP candidates. The LP is neither “left” nor “right”, but rather stands out as the common sense alternative in Vt. politics today. It is the Republicrats and Demopublicans who have created the current mess in Vt. Don’t be fooled by expensive, slick advertising campaigns telling Vermonters how great they are and their rhetoric which they forget once elected. Remember a wasted vote is one cast for a candidate that doesn’t share your views. Insanity has been defined as repeating the same behavior and expecting different results. Voting for the lesser of 2 “evils” still winds up with an “evil” being elected. Research the Libertarians and then vote your conscience. Also demand that all political parties be represented at all debates and forums so you get the big picture and can vote accordingly. Thanks for your consideration of LP candidates and I strongly urge you to vote Libertarian and restore common sense to our government.Sincerely yours, Denny Lane