Seriously folks, there's one shot at this guys and dolls, and it's in 2012.
Because nothing that President Obama and The Democrats, The Republicans, or The "Tea Party" wing of the Republican party has proposed or can and will do are going to address any of the problems that we face.
And by 2012 all of them will be emergent, all of them will be on our doorstep, and one or both of the major political parties will be severely compromised and wounded.
If you're going to take down an elephant or donkey, and you're a man, you first have to get it to stumble. Then you strike.
So where's the evidence that The Libertarian Party of Florida (a) understands this, (b) has a leadership structure that can and will capitalize on this, and (c) has a mission statement and set of positions that not only can capitalize on the problems, but will actually address them?
See, it's easy to talk. It's hard to do. But it's doubly hard to do when you have no coherent message, nobody in the leadership who's willing to stand and be forceful, and when the leadership positions are that "this isn't the state party leadership job", rather, it's the candidate's job.
You attract candidates by having a clear and focused leadership, both in person and on principle.