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Ron Paul Legacy Could Trigger a Libertarian Takeover in the 2014 Midterm Elections

At the close of this election cycle, it is evident that the Liberty Movement is still finding its way.

When prominent libertarian icon Ron Paul failed to clinch the 2012 Republican nomination, many supporters weren’t sure where to throw their support for the general election. Some held their noses and voted for Romney. Others obstinately wrote-in Dr. Paul. A significant amount of them backed the Libertarian Party’s nominee, former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson.


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If we're going to get our people

electedpeople elected to Congress in 2014, we're going to gave to have the patience to work with and educate former Bachmann, Perry, Santorum, Cain, and yes...even Grinch supporters.

"The truth is that neither British nor American imperialism was or is idealistic. It has always been driven by economic or strategic interests." - Charlie Reese

If Tim Johnson were to defeat

If Tim Johnson were to defeat Dick Durbin for an IL senate seat, history would be made! http://www.dailypaul.com/262734/draft-tim-johnson-to-run-for... The only way for the GOP to win against Democrats is via Ron Paul Republicans, and Tim Johnson is one of us!

New Hampshire!

I definately see a

war coming in the republicon party. The old guard will not go away quietly. I applaud it. The Neocons are going to become unhinged and there is nothing they won't do to defend the establishment. War indeed.


Especially with cases such as Scottland, Ireland, Puerto Rico, and other quasi-colonies, it is important to have a regular vote for independence.

Jack Wagner