Kory Boone changes his tune, sort of…

By Eric Beasley

Libertarians have 3 guarantees in life. Taxes, death, and disdain from the establishment.

Our favorite Chairman of the Maryland Young Republicans is at it again. This time, I’m going to show you what a difference one week can make.

February 3rd, on Rand Paul dropping out of the Presidential race.


February 10th, on Fiorina and Christie dropping out of the Presidential race


I applaud Mr. Boone for not being derisive and dismissive, this time. That still does not negate his previous “stupid” remarks about Senator Rand Paul.

If you want to get back to the business of growing the party, perhaps an apology is in order? You consciously chose to marginalize the Libertarian wing of the party, and we all know where that got Mitt Romney, future success of the GOP is reliant on all factions within the party getting behind a candidate.

Try apologizing. Make it public. Even better, take some communications classes to learn how social media works. You can even post your apology here so that Libertarians know that the Maryland Young Republican leadership does not hate them.

Or even better still, just resign. Stop the hypocrisy. Stop the double-standard. You set a standard for Executive Board conduct, it seems you are unable to live up to it.

Eric Beasley
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Eric is a former officer in the Republican Club of Frederick County and Frederick County Republican Central Committee between 2015 and 2018. Former guest host on WFMD and showrunner on WTHU. Avid gardener and food preserver. Graduated from Libertarianism to Anarchism as the corruption level in the state requires us to start over from scratch. 

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Eric Beasley
After a year fighting bears and chopping wood in the forest, a Cancer has emerged in Frederick County. The only way to kill Cancer is with fire, and casting a ballot.

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