Deadbeats for Badnarik

Who dat say they gonna beat Mike Badnarik?

Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 10-28-04

American family members, desperate to vote for change, are finding themselves still wondering 'who?'. The major candidates are not recognizing parents and children currently victimized by Family Law as a special interest group. In contrast to the words of Ross Perot: "Don't waste your vote on traditional politicians who promise you everything to get elected but never deliver", parents are not even getting the promises.

Sometimes a voter must identify the special interest groups that endorse a candidate, rather than believing the lip service from the major party nominee.

American parents striving to insure the preservation, protection, and prosperity of their family are finding themselves behind the 8-ball (in that - you can't get there from here). Sons must be told to go into the world and become successful and raise a family to allow Family Law to take it all away. Daughters must be told to pursue their dreams and fall in love and have children to allow Family Law to provoke their murder. Grandparents must be told why they can't see their grandchildren or why they are forced to raise them.

Micheal Badnarik is the Liberatarian candidate and is running with Richard Campagna. As explained on his website: "Libertarians are, quite simply, people who believe in 'Self-Ownership': You own yourself, and no one else on Earth has a higher claim to your body or your labor than you do. So long as people act in a way that doesn't interfere with anyone else's freedom, Libertarians believe that they should be free to do what they please.", "As president, I will direct the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice to sue states which attach criminal liability to child support obligations and, if necessary, to charge government officials who administer that unconstitutional criminal liability with violations of the civil rights of non-custodial parents."

Noncustodial parents, who refuse to fund family law systems holding their children hostage, and those who cannot convince their employers to do likewise, must realize that they can refuse to fund the Electoral College by voting for Micheal Badnarik. Not unlike the Bush - Clinton fiasco that resulted from everyone voting for Ross Perot, and the Bush - Gore fiasco that resulted from all the absentee voters in Florida voting for Perot again, sometimes the greatest power a voter posseses is the power to prefer not to.

To recognize the weight of a single voting block, their numbers must be accurately determined. Since American parents are not afforded the luxery of being counted in life (US Census) or in death (Homicide statistics), we are forced to extract our data. Of the 213 million potential voters in the US, 36% are parents, and 64% are grandparents and non-parents. Of the 286 million people of all ages in the US, 26% are children, 27% are parents, and 48% are grandparents and non-parents. This seems to suggest that 53% of the population (parents and children) is represented by 36% of the voters (parents) - a good case could be made for an electoral family in the best interest of the children.

On 10-08-04 the major media outlets continued their blackout regarding citizens who are critical of government and choose to demand their rights: "Libertarian Michael Badnarik (on 49 state ballots) and Green David Cobb (on 28 state ballots), crossed a police line in St. Louis, and were arrested.", "Badnarik was also attempting to serve the Commission on Presidential Debates with a 'Show Cause Order' issued by an Arizona judge, requiring the CPD to appear at a hearing concerning the Libertarian Party's lawsuit to stop the upcoming debate at Arizona State University, as an illegal campaign contribution to Bush and Kerry, an unconstitutional use of Arizona state funds to support selected candidates, and a violation of the LP's equal protection rights, since they are a recognized political party in Arizona."

Many Americans are beginning to realize that the only people in jail are the ones forced to abide by the law - like Jim Trafficant, Martha Stewart, Elena Sassower, and Lowell Jaks. I guess as long as there are bars between the lawfull and the lawless, there can be a measure of freedom in that too. In the words of Henry David Thoreau "Under a government which imprisons any unjustly, the true place for a just man is also a prison"

American parents are not asking for much really:

My name is Jim Untershine, a deadbeat dad and single parent supporting 2 of my 3 daughters, and I approve of this message.

Jim Untershine, 824 E Pass Rd #3, Gulfport, MS 39507,,

Jim Untershine holds a BSEE from Mississippi State University and has 13 years experience in feedback control system design. Mr. Untershine is currently using the teachings of Werner Heisenberg and Henry David Thoreau to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.