Tatsuya Ishida’s embattled Sinfest comic has an arc going featuring a young lady named 2020, who was a mere baby on New Year’s Day. Already we have a break with hoary tradition by which years come in as male brats and leave as geezers. Dilbert comics feature an ad showing a woman (see? It’s catching on already) wearing a disgruntled T-shirt dismissing 2020 as “wouldn’t recommend.” Tat definitely has the more upbeat approach to the upcoming 2020 fall elections.
Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen in 2020 is also of the lady persuasion. But unlike the failed lady candidate of 2016, Jo’s platform does not call for sacrificing the economy to warmunist pseudoscience, jailing kids over plant leaves, policing other people’s countries or even more parasitical bleeding of debt-ridden taxpayers to fatten a greedy-but-declining Kleptocracy.
Free on Jorgensen’s platform means uncoerced. Looter platforms seek to rob you to buy other votes at your expense. That’s not free. Looter parties know this, and they also know the LP vote share has been increasing by 80% per year. In 13 States Libertarians got more votes than the difference between the party that denies being fascist and the party that denies being communist. Republicans are again trying to ban birth control as in 1873. Democrats and Econazis are doing their best to make electricity scarce and unaffordable, if not illegal.
So before you waste 19/20 of your vote’s potential for law changing clout on either coercive, pussy-grabbing septuagenarian, consider that the Libertarian hockey stick just elected 70 candidates and is slowing state and local soft machine growth. If you vote for the initiation of force, you will continue to get killer cops, communist rioters, vigilante avengers, debt, poverty, foreign enemies and increased probability of biological weapons attacks or serious war. What you vote is what you get.
Spare a thought for these myriad shocks to the US (and world) economies. Consider the safety and financial future of the younger generation as you prepare to vote.