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Libz To CAFCA: Don't Vote For Us

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Libz To CAFCA: Don't Vote For Us

Libertarianz spokesman Richard McGrath said members of the xenophobic far-left organization Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa should avoid voting Libertarianz at the coming election.

"CAFCA are a pro-Communist group who want to ban private property and condemn everyone to equal poverty," said Dr McGrath. "Libertarianz, on the other hand, want New Zealanders to enjoy the prosperity that comes with free markets, low taxes and the government stepping back and letting people run their lives as they see fit."

"My party would privatize just about everything," he added, "except those activities in which the state should be involved – defence, justice and the police force.  The Campaign for Communist Control of Aotearoa would definitely not approve of us, and their members should vote for National, Labour or any of the other parties that believe New Zealanders are too dumb to be allowed any freedom."

"It's enough to make you vote Libertarianz!"

ENDS

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