Uninformed voters led to legislative extremism
led to legislative extremism
"Why fight city hall when you can become city hall?" So says G. Edward Griffin, as quoted in a release by Montana Oath Keepers, and subscribed to by tea party advocates who are now running the 62nd legislative session. This mantra, promulgated at so-called "liberty" workshops, proves that the admonition to get out and "become" city councilmen or commissioners or legislators has paid off with these well-organized "anti" folks who entered political elections. Close to half of the eligible voters in Montana did not vote in the last elec...