View Poll Results: Who will be the Libertarian nominee in 2016?

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  • Wayne Root

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  • Bill Still

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  • R. Lee Wrights

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  • Gary Johnson (again)

    8 80.00%
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    1 10.00%
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    1 10.00%
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Thread: Who will be the Libertarian nominee in 2016?

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    Who will be the Libertarian nominee in 2016?

    Why not? if you're going to have R/D threads, might as well include the third largest party.
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    Re: Who will be the Libertarian nominee in 2016?

    Globalist = Free Trade, Open Borders, Multiculturalist, Anti-White Racist, Hypocrite, Sophist, Deceiver, Manipulator, Warmonger, Vulgar Culture, Morally Depraved......Enemy

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    Re: Who will be the Libertarian nominee in 2016?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Foley View Post
    Who is that?
    Student of Ayn Rand, Adam Kokesh and Murray Rothbard
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    Romney = Obama. The last election we had any CHOICE in was 1992!

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    Re: Who will be the Libertarian nominee in 2016?

    I would still bet on the field, but I'd say Gary Johnson stands the best shot right now. And assuming Ron Paul doesn't want to run at 81, he's probably the most nationally known Libertarian politician and stands the best shot of breaking the 1% barrier they haven't hit since 1980.
    There should be Instant Runoff Voting

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