Yes, But Only If My Preferred GOP Candidate Loses.
Yes, But Only If My Preferred Dem Candidate Loses.
Strong Maybe, Leaning Yes.
Meh. It Could Happen. Not Making Any Promises Though.
I Like Him And Support His Run, But No...
Gary Johnson, former Republican governor of New Mexico, would not be my first choice for the LP's candidate, but he isn't the absolute worst possibility. He has given support to the notions of federalism in the past, but there are contradictory statements he has made on several key issues that make me hesitant to lend him any support. Voting for him is not beyond possibility, especially if the GOP nominates someone I cannot give my support to.
Currently the libertarian I am most excited about is Rand Paul, but he would be running in the party in which he currently holds a federal position, of course.
Last edited by JayDubya; 01-27-15 at 07:32 PM.
Too many Americans will only vote for candidates they think can win...which speaks volumes about them as voters and why one medicore/lousy POTUS after another gets elected.
Remember America, if you vote for a candidate that wins and he/she ends up sucking and hurting America...you are partly to blame.
'What kind of sick and twisted toy factory is this?'
'We are all the sum of our tears. Too little and the ground is not fertile, and nothing can grow there. Too much, the best of us is washed away.'
"Better to be dead and cool, than alive and uncool."
I wouldn't rule out voting for him, but it's the presidential election, after all. If I'm going to vote third party, there's plenty of candidates who don't want to abolish the social safety net as we know it.
Social democrat is no longer an accurate description of my views.
Yet, you guys think someone MORE radical than Barack Obama will be the change that changes things??? Lolz.
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