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I guess I am coming out and throwing my support for Sterling Holloway for president.

Yes! Gary Johnson reminds me of Sterling Holloway of Disney.
If you don't know who Sterling Holloway is well click.

I have went through the candidates.
I feel the we need to solidify behind one candidate.
Even though I realize that Gary Johnson is no Ron Paul.
I feel that he is open to the Liberty Revolution more than any other candidate.
I know he education on a lot of different issues. He will get that education the more this movement gets behind this man.
I feel that we can use the Libertarian Party to push our views out into the public as we have with our mentor Ron Paul.
We need an avenue to release and keep the movement gaining steam.
We cannot just sit this one out.
A protest vote for Ron Paul, though it would be honorable. Was done by many in 2008. It didn't show up in any news prints that I know of. (This hurts, as I have been behind Ron paul since he came out in support of Michael New)
We need someone that has a podium to speak and send a message. I have listened to Gary Johnson. I feel he would be an honest steward to our cause. I cannot Vote for the lesser of the two evils. I wouldn't feel right afterwards my conscious wouldn't allow it. Though through Gary Johnson. I feel we would have a voice and not be shut out. So this is the avenue I am going for now. I'm not trying to change anyone's minds. Just letting you know how I feel. Unless a miracle happens and Ron Paul make a third party stab at it (my heart would come out of my stomach if he did) or Jesus comes out of the sky. I'm supporting Sterling Holloway oh wait! Gary Johnson for POTUS! :)

You know we are left without a voice. We need one and anyone that is close to the candidacy of of Gary Johnson. Should direct him to call Ron Paul supporters to a town hall meeting and let them speak to him and ask him if he is open to all our concerns. This would air and open up avenue for more support.

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Eeyore might make a better

Eeyore might make a better president.

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Hahahahaha! You guys are killing me tonight!

Played comic juveniles and relegated almost exclusively to comic roles.

Sterling Holloway ~

Mini Biography

Popular American character actor of amusing appearance and voice whose long career led from dozens of highly enjoyable onscreen performances to world-wide familiarity as the voice of numerous Walt Disney animated films. Born in the American Deep South to grocer Sterling P. Holloway Sr. and Rebecca Boothby Holloway, he had a younger brother, Boothby. Holloway spent his early years as an actor playing comic juveniles on the stage. His bushy reddish-blond hair and trademark near-falsetto voice made him a natural for sound pictures, and he acted in scores of talkies, although he had made his picture debut in silents. His physical image and voice relegated him almost exclusively to comic roles, but in 1945, director Lewis Milestone cast him more or less against type in the classic war film A Walk in the Sun (1945), where Holloway's portrayal of a reluctant soldier was quite notable. He played frequently on television, becoming familiar to baby-boomers in a recurring role as Uncle Oscar on "Adventures of Superman" (1952), and later in television series of his own. His later work as the voice of numerous characters in Disney cartoons brought him new audiences and many fans, especially for his voicing of beloved Winnie the Pooh. He died in 1992.

Blessings )o(

I know who that is:

It's Winnie the Pooh.

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I am appalled by my government