Roger Stone is Gary Johnson's Jesse BentonSubmitted by myajace on Thu, 10/04/2012 - 12:24
Karl Denninger, Secretary at LP of Okaloosa County, in response to Roger Stone: "This is flatly unbelievable. For OUR STATE PARTY (and National) to be out SOLICITING Ron Paul supporters while Johnson's hack is running around trying to disrupt Ron Paul's event and dissing both his supporters and him is an outrage. We deserve to get ZERO Ron Paul supporters' votes as a consequence of this stunt -- ZERO -- and everyone involved who failed to heed the warnings that Stone was going to be trouble (and there were a few) deserves to lose their position within the National Party and the LPF. Period."
You don't go soliciting people for support at the same time you're kicking them in the balls.
"I’m not concerned about Gary Johnson becoming president in the 2012 election" - Roger Stone
I would imagine Mr. Stone (NOT Gary Johnson) had something to do with this: http://www.dailypaul.com/163209/donations-to-gary-johnson-ap...
The link has since been removed from Johnsons website, presumably because Gary found out about it, but here is the article that Johnsons website at one time linked to: http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/angry-white-man#
[Roger] Stone was a key cog in that piece of dubious political machinery [Watergate], which encompassed two floors of the 1701 office building. He [Stone] recalled going across the street to the Nixon White House in the morning for official business, only to come back in the afternoon with a bag full of cash in his hands.
"I have no allusions of [Johnson] him winning." - Roger Stone
It's not too late for Governor Johnson to fire his hack...If he had the slightest expectation of Paul supporters to help his campaign, he would have already done it. I agree with about 70% of what Johnson says, but he has made the very same mistake as Dr. Paul in surrounding himself with potential traitors. Roger Stone does not seem to care too much about furthering the Liberty movement.