If you don’t mind me asking what candidate do you support?
I agree with your philosophies for the most part, so I’m wondering
At this point there are no candidates that I can support. I had every intention of voting for Ron Paul and I am still going to write him in or I am not voting.
Frankly, I don’t think it really matters who wins this joke of an election. The process is flawed and is intended to keep people from competing so that only established ideas can have a voice. I am not even certain what ideas the established parties represent.[/quote]
Maybe of you could keep the kook fringe idiots from taking up the mantle, and get someone to speak for you who has even a modicum of personality, the libertarian message could get out.
The problem with Paul was the fact that he was about as inspiring as moldy bread, and had a fan base of radical anti-war freaks and spoiled brat college kids.
I agreed with a lot of what Ron Paul had to say. But his stance on the war and the bullshit about going back on the gold standard killed it for me. Not to mention his rabid followers. I wouldn’t even speak to 3/4 of those losers if I was sitting next to them at a diner.