Yes He Can

Yes, he can, and will win.

About Anthony Dream Johnson

CEO, founder, and architect of The 21 Convention, Anthony Dream Johnson is the leading force behind the world's first and only "panorama event for life on earth". He has been featured on WGN Chicago, and in the NY Times #1 best seller The Four Hour Work Week.    His stated purpose for the work he does is "the actualization of the ideal man", a purpose that has led him to found and host The 21 Convention across 3 continents and for 6 years in a row. Anthony blogs vigorously at TheDreamLounge.net and Declarationism.com.

5 Responses to Yes He Can

  1. Socialkenny April 1, 2012 at 9:37 am #

    Come on Anthony,you really didn’t believe Ron Paul was gonna be able to win the Republican nominee,did you?He might be your guy,but fringe characters CANNOT win anything,anywhere bro’.

  2. robyn bunting April 7, 2012 at 10:20 am #

    Hey Anthony. You are a close student of objectivism. Have you any idea what motivates the extreme rejection of Ron Paul and hatred of libertarianism that goes right to the top of the orthodox objectivist movement and Ayn Rand Institute?

    • Anthony Dream Johnson April 8, 2012 at 11:53 am #

      Yes, although it would take an entire blog post to explain.

      I will say that the rejection of Ron Paul and the rejection of libertarianism are two separate things though. They are not one in the same.

    • Joao Eira April 8, 2012 at 7:31 pm #

      I can’t answer for them but from what I’ve been able to grasp the problem is with Ron Paul’s ideas on abortion and foreign policy. Everything else, particularly considering economics and individual rights, I think Objectivists are in full agreement with Ron Paul.

      As for the “hatred” of libertarianism, it is because libertarianism is in itself a political term that compromises a whole lot of different political and economical beliefs. You have Anarchists (with Rothbard as its intellectual leader), Laissez-Faire Capitalists (which is what Objectivists are) and not fully consistent free-markets people, like Friedman and Hayek who believe the state should have some role in economics.

      Yaron Brook’s Youtube speech on The Citadel goes through this, this is what I remember of it.

  3. robyn bunting April 8, 2012 at 4:48 pm #

    Well, I for one would tremendously appreciate that post. I am totally baffled.

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