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Daily Paul: Liberty Journal

What to do with the Daily Paul?

This site is already a forum of ideas, not simply a candidate. It is a journal of the liberty movement.


Why did I post this in Rand Paul?

In 2011 I published an article asking Greens to not get too caught up in their Presidential Primary, to let the strongest candidate who wants to (at that time I thought Cynthia McKinney would run again) run get the nomination, and use our resources to get high profile Greens to run for Congress.


My "Case" to the Liberty Caucus is to use a 2016 Rand Paul campaign (whether or not Ron Paul is elected) to keep the movement tied to a national network.

In the next two years win Congressional primaries and elections. In 2016 focus around the Paul name again to win even more delegates. Secure those Liberty delegates and state chair seats. This is something you need to do whether or not Ron Paul wins. He won't run again in 2016, not even as President.

Let Rand do his thing, challenge him, put him in "check" if need be, but use his lead in government to put more Liberty candidates in Congress.


Who to vote for if not Ron Paul?

Honestly, I'm voting for Jill Stein, I think "Liberty" Republicans should vote for Gary Johnson.

Why? If you can get him 5% of the vote (and funding for 2016), that will check the Republicans even more for 2016, where the likelihood of a Libertarian Candidate getting enough support to get in the debates will make Rand Paul even more the favorite for the Nomination. And if Rand doesn't get the Nomination, there'll be an even stronger Libertarian Candidate to support.

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I agree

If they are going to railroad the nomination of a liberty candidate their is no use in voting for the Republican nominee. Voting Gary Johnson will send a message to join us or fade away. They will get the message.

Lord Acton, Lord Chief Justice of England, 1875 - "The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the People v. The Banks."