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Gary Johnson makes case for Ron Paul supporters to vote for him in general election

In a new two minute web ad, Libertarian presidential nominee and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson makes the case for Ron Paul supporters to vote for him instead of Barack Obama, Mitt Romney or writing in Ron Paul's name in the November 6, 2012 general election. In the ad, Johnson says, "I have two words for Ron Paul. Thank You." Johnson continues to press the fact for Paul supporters that "Liberty will be on the ballot." The Johnson campaign is concerned Paul supporters will literally waste their vote by writing in Paul's name on their presidential ballots, which in many states will not only not be counted, however will also void their entire ballot. The Johnson campaign is making the case, if Ron Paul supporters are still interested in voting for a liberty-minded, freedom-minded candidate for President of the United States, then they still have choice in Gary Johnson.

Even though Rep. Paul was denied the Republican nomination, Americans can still vote for a presidential candidate who is fiscally responsible, anti-interventionist and pro-liberty.


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ecorob's picture

a direct quote from gitmo gary...

Forget everything you know and blindly follow my dumb ass!

Its Herman Cain, rick sanitorum, Michelle bachman all over again and these idiots are accepting it!

Fools, just like before.

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

You are so right. Johnson is

You are so right. Johnson is neocon-light. LOL I'm writing in Ron Paul because he's still the best man for the job and the only man who reflects my principles. Gary can take his flat tax, humanitarian wars, and drones with him when he goes back to NM at the end of this joke we call an election.

Blessings )o(

good luck with that... the

good luck with that... the only fools are those who actually think Johnson is a neocon, get off your high horse

Their motto is "Dont Tread On Me"...