I am not sure if this guy is serious or what. He talks like he is talking to a kid. I will tell you this, I am voting for Gary Johnson. Why? Simply because I can. I think I earned it defending this nation for 9 years. I am also voting for Gary because I hate the two party system that is shoved down our throats. When Gary gets 5% of the vote, the libertarian party will have equal footing in 2016. You want change?
I believe in checks and balances.
Dem Fed and Rep local this time around.
Having a Libertarian lean while voting in other directions is complex but so is life.
Communism is considered the perfect form of government if implemented perfectly but of course nothing is perfect and I am far from a communist.
The Borg on Star Trek have the perfect society with all connected and thinking alike but in the real world that would be horrible.
Being Libertarian sounds perfect but with 6 billion people would lead to anarchy.
My votes reflect the real world and a gut feeling of emptiness when looking into Romneys eyes that should scare all humans as he has no plan and no feelings while willing to change philosophy to suit his needs of wanting to be in power.
They say the first 10 seconds you meet someone determine how you feel about them and my first and lasting impression is a sardonic grin of a phony.
I noticed that while discussing voter fraud and such he didn’t mention how the GOP screwed Ron Paul in Maine. Or the fact that if Gary Johnson gets 5 percent of the vote we make true history by breaking the two party monopoly. Or how one vote really doesn’t matter because of the outdated electoral college. He is just another Romney spin master.
I proudly voted Libertarian on as many contests as possible. Funny sign of the times… As many libertarian judges running in my county as republicans… Hardly any Democrats running for judges in this county.
While many Johnson supporters come from both sides of the spectrum, it is difficult to say from whom he would take votes. They may just cancel each other out. Very conservative voters like his libertarian message while very liberal voters like his position on legalizing pot, among other things.
You have the right to vote for whomever you want. Just know that it makes a statement beyond the obvious. There are unintended consequences.
My point is that some people, who base their vote solely on “principle”, which in many cases is just sour grapes because they did not get 100% or what they wanted, decide to either not vote for a candidate that represents about 60 - 80% of what they want wind up with a President that is against 60 - 80% of what they want.
If a candidate in the primaries cannot get even close to 10 - 20% of the primary vote, why should one expect him to do better than that if he then goes and gets on a thrid party ballot.
BTW: Ron Paul is a loser, and never got more than 3% nationally. How can one expect to actually advance their principles if they don’t work with others?