A case for Gary JohnsonSubmitted by An agitator on Sat, 09/01/2012 - 23:53
"Requiring a certain level of approval in the polls has nothing to do with fitness to serve, experience, or credibility as a potential President. Rather, it has everything to do with the hundreds of millions of dollars available to and spent by the two major party candidates, the self-fulfilling bias of the news media against the viability of third party candidates, and an ill-founded belief that past dominance of the Republican and Democrat Parties should somehow be a template for the future."
Any of that sound like the same bias Ron's campaign was battling?
I hoped with all my heart Ron Paul would be the next President, but the establishment powers and their media whores did all they could to keep him out. I've joined the liberty movement and as far as I'm concerned both Romney and Obama are enemies of that movement. Gary Johnson is no Ron Paul, but the way I see it, he's fighting against the very same status quo, and for that I'll give him my respect and support unless a 3rd party run by Ron comes about. Write-ins for Ron, even if it is possible in a particular state, won't be reported by anyone except those doing it.