(CNN) - One day after Republican leaders unveiled their legislative agenda-dubbed "Pledge to America" - a top voice in the Libertarian Party said it is erroneously titled; instead, he says, it should be called "Apology to America."
The 21-page pledge was revealed Thursday and represents the Republican Party's proposed legislative agenda should they re-take control of Congress in November's midterm elections. It includes promises to slash taxes, reduce the size of government and reverse President Obama's health care reforms.
Libertarian Party executive director Wes Benedict ripped into the document and its Republican authors on Friday, saying in a statement "there are so many lies, distortions, hypocrisies, and idiocy in this document that it's hard to know where to start."
The Libertarian Party favors the smallest possible federal government and advocates for free market economics and civil liberties. They often accuse the Republican Party of not representing the small government values they are said to support.
Benedict listed off a number of things Republicans should apologize for and dismissed their proposals as simply token gestures to the American public that would fail to reduce the size of the federal government or its debt.
"Republicans must love it when Democrats expand government, because it gives them the opportunity to propose small 'cuts,' while still ending up with huge government," Benedict said.
"The best way to restore American prosperity would be to implement the straightforward 28 planks of the Libertarian Party platform, or even just follow the Constitution," Benedict added. "I mean the actual Constitution, not the Republican re-write that allows for every federal government program imaginable."
A spokesman for Boehner did not immediately respond to CNN's request for a response.
House Republicans have taken heat over their proposals from Democrats as well. The Democratic National Committee put out a web video on Friday slamming House Republicans for "[breaking] their 'Pledge to America' within hours of making it."