Saturday, December 1, 2012

John LeBoutillier Independent Force

I am very pleased to introduce   former New York Congressman (R) 
John LeBoutillier.

Having known LeBoutillier since the 1970's when he was going to Harvard, he graduated second in his class and promptly wrote
"Harvard Hates America: The Odyssey of a Born-Again American" (1978). I was clueless about politics, busy taking ballet classes and  going to museums.
I always liked John LeBoutillier and I am proud to call him a friend.
Always cryptic and direct, he wrote at second book "Vietnam Now: A Case for Normalizing Relations with Hanoi" (1978). I recall him begin referred to as the "enfant terrible" due to his fearless confrontation and unflappable youth within the House Of Representatives. He was the youngest member to ever win his seat. I hope he runs for President of the United States.

MOLLOY: When did you decide to get an agent?

LEBOUTILLIER: I have never had an agent ....negotiated my deal myself.

This figures now that he is on Fox News every Sunday, as a featured contributor. Being fiercely independent has always been a noticeable trait.

LeBoutillier served in the 97th Congress in New York's 6th District from 1981-1983. He served on the House of Foreign Affairs Committee. He was a member of the Special House POW/MIA Task Force. He founded the Sky Hook II Project, dedicated to recovering living American POWs in Southeast Asia.

LeBoutillier, Newsmax columnist, American political commentator, pundit & blogger you can read
"Boot's Blasts" on
A Youtube video features LeBoutillier in a controversial conversation about the Marines scandal, the future of the Republican party, and much more.

In general I think most creative people prefer to work with an agent or manager, but I also think it is healthy to be as independent as possible, so Bravo! John LeBoutillier!

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