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Aaron Biterman of the Republican Liberty Caucus

Aaron has been active in the liberty movement for nearly a decade. He can discuss the state of the Republican Party, how liberty-minded activists can participate in the political system, and how to take our message to the American people.

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    rlcstatechaptersrlcstatechapters shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • NateNate commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Aaron has been aggressively attacking the Ron Paul campaign.

        It might be nice to have him on to discuss exactly why.

      • Ian LuriaIan Luria commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Aaron is a smart man with fairly extensive experience in the Liberty "movement." He is intolerant of dissent and is opposed to free speech if you don't happen to share his rigid views. He is certainly controversial.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Aaron should NOT be on the show because the tries to silence "free speech" on Facebook by those that criticize the "ISRAEL FIRST" mentality aka Zionism. Now in Aug 2011, he has thrown RON PAUL under the bus and has resigned as Vice-Chair of the RLC. Bye Bye Aaron!

      • SteveSteve commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Aaron could be one of the up-and-comers for the freedom movement within the Republican Party. It would be great to see him on discussing the Republican Liberty Caucus in general or their Liberty Slate 2010 project.

      • Nancy SellersNancy Sellers commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Judge Napolitano, you will not find a better, more articulate voice for liberty than Aaron. Whether answering a question, or making a point, his message will be short and succinct for the time-strapped TV interview.

      • ThomasThomas commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I hope I can bring a modicum of respectability here: I Chair the Business Department of a college, Chair the NH Bears (The largest Gay Mens organization in New Hampshire), and was formerly the Secretary of the Yound Republican National Federation and a Reagan Advance Team staff member in NY in 1980. I have known Aaron for several years, and he is a level-headed, persuasive, pragmatic, liberty-loving Republican who deserves to be heard.

        Furthermore, he puts a wrench into the noisy battle that suggests that the division in the GOP is between the Cosnervatives and the Moderates. While that battle rages, there is a third column: those of us who reject the social statism of the conservatives, and who reject the fiscal socialism of the Moderates.

      • dave nalledave nalle commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Leon, you're basing your assessment of Aaron on the comments of some sort of neo-nazi troll. Perhaps you should wait to get his actual opinion on the subject. I haven't asked him personally, but like most RLC members he likely favors a non-interventionist foreign policy and any support for Israel is likely to be in the form of recognizing their right to exist, not condoning their actions or sending them more money. But don't take my word for it and certainly don't take the word of a nutjob like gayzogcrusher. Put him on the show and submit questions about his stand on Israel. That's what this is all about.

        Dave Nalle
        Chairman, Republican Liberty Caucus

      • Leon LewisLeon Lewis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        ...support that. I'm tired of people being too chicken to speak out about what Israel is doing to the Palestinians. Anti-semitism implies that Jews are not liked for what they ARE. The problem is that if you criticize what the country of Israel DOES, then you're labeled an anti-semite. If he really wants to be a voice for liberty, he should be just as zealous in his defense of Palestinian rights; he shouldn't support anti-goyimism. Oi vey.... Go here for the story on Rachel Corrie.....
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyrQL-ZhMy4

      • Leon LewisLeon Lewis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Just reading the comments (well actally, the last 2), and if what is implied is true (that Aaron is a supporter of Israel), I CANNOT

      • ashspearashspear commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        gzc, I find your stormfront racism to be really repulsive. Maybe it's time to stop beating your children and burning crosses and get out of your compound and broaden your horizons. The fact that racist scum like you supported Ron Paul is one of the reasons why he wasn't able to have more of an influence in the last election. You're an enemy of liberty and a willing dupe for the first fascist demagogue to come along and appeal to your hared to recruit you.

      • gayzogcrushergayzogcrusher commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Whether Aaron is at the local gay bar advocating for interventionist foreign policy or strolling the streets of Washington's Dupont Cirlce while he produly sports a yamaka, Aaron is a strong defender of the Republican party.

        When other "libertarians" like Lew Rockwell and Tom Woods criticize zionism and US involvement in the middle east, Aaron is quick to react. Aaron wants to keep the liberty movement pure and remove all "anti-semites" from the ranks of the RLC. You see, Aaron knows that liberty is best advanced by supporting candidates that believe in 2 percent tax cuts....those crazies that support ending the federal reserve are foolish.

        In short, I believe Aaron would be a great guest on the show. With Aaron as a guest, Faux news can be promoting 3 things at once. If Aaron goes on the show, you will hear about Israel, Homosexuality and of course those outstanding politicians that the RLC worships.

      • Brian BiggieBrian Biggie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I've known Aaron Biterman since we met at College in 2001 and I have to agree with the others here that are saying he would be a great person to select. Despite attending school in liberal Massachusetts; Aaron always maintained his integrity, principles, and conservative values. Not to mention that he's quite witty, as well!

      • Joey DaubenJoey Dauben commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        If I may say this publicly, I've known Aaron for several years, and he was the first to really "promote" me when I was getting involved in political activism in Texas. I really think his presence on the Judge's show would appeal to others our age who can see for themselves that it's not just a bunch of "old white guys" -- but it's about our generation's attempt to fight for the causes that Barry Goldwater carried in 1964.

      • Bryan HaddockBryan Haddock commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Aaron is an extremely sharp young activist for the cause of liberty. He knows the issues and brings perspective to them in a relevant way.

      • dave nalledave nalle commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Aaron would be a great choice for a guest and the RLC is a group which the Judge ought to be drawing on regularly as part of the program. There are RLC members in many states who have important ideas to contribute and are leading voices for the liberty movement.

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