Silverwolf Wins His Primary Run: Watch Out, America

Much to his surprise, Silverwolf won the primary in which he ran, and now is a candidate for political office in America. Dang!

It is no understatement to say that the political establishment is shocked. Indeed, Silverwolf is shocked. He admits to feeling a trepidation at what his own rule would be like, and how Silverwolf would fare under his own domination.

Yet domination is the last thing a Libertarian would aim for. He seeks to liberate, and un-bind, from the thousand shackles that flesh is heir to when it lives under government.

You don’t necessarily need government to have order and law. The Irish didn’t have government, and many Native American Tribes didn’t have government, but they had a system of common law, and judges who could remember the common law, and how it had been used precedentally. They merely applied those precedential rulings to the case at hand, and since being ostracized from society in those primitive times meant virtual death, defendants would abide by the ruling of the judge, judges, or private court.

Since Silverwolf will now be campaigning until November, the bulk of his mental goulash shall go into his campaign posts, and not into this blog. But he shall, from time to time and if sufficiently moved by the subject, continue to contribute his Capitalist two Kopeks to the weighty political and social issues of the day.

It seems our campaign slogan, “Onward to Defeat”, has itself suffered defeat, and so we must now entertain the slogan “Backward to Victory!”.

Hoooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwww! — Silverwolf

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