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Are you voting for Gary Johnson, Tom Wood or Judge Napolitano the upcoming primary?

This is the kind of question we could be asking ourselves in 2016.

If the Libertarian party gets over 5% and actually has equal ballot access in all states, and a substantial budget to work from, and momentum from 2012, who knows which of our favorite Libertarian favorites will step forward to run?

You know *for sure* you won't get this kind of selection in the (R) or (D) parties. There is only one party where you could possibly get this kind of selection. Now, I'm not saying Napolitano or Wood are running in 2016, but they represent what your choices *possibly could* be, if you give yourself another party to choose from.

It's not about whether you like Gary Johnson, it's about whether you want to give your future self an alternative to (D) or (R) candidates. I sure as heck know I want that choice.



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I hope to

see people run unaffiliated in 2016, party politics are all power hungry machines, they may not start out that way, but they always end up that way. Judge Nap would be my first choice though, but I'd vote for any of the three.

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” – Dresden James

The LP won't touch Tom Woods or Andrew Napolitano

Cato and the Koch brothers reject and bury Austrian economic theory at ever chance they get.

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