Bob Barr Endorsed Ron Paul on Dec 10th, 2007Submitted by bedr1 on Thu, 05/29/2008 - 16:11
Bob Barr endorsed Ron Paul to become the Libertarian Party’s nominee if he failed in becoming the GOP nominee. He did this by proposing a resolution while on the Libertarian National Committee on December 10th, 2007. Predictably, Ron Paul was quick to issue a press release stating that he was not interested in the nomination and reaffirmed his support for the Republican Party’s nomination process.
Charleston, SC – In a meeting of the Libertarian National Committee held this weekend in Charleston, South Carolina, former Congressman Bob Barr proposed a resolution urging Congressman Ron Paul to seek the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination.
The resolution passed unanimously and is included below:
WHEREAS, the Libertarian Party and Congressman Ron Paul share many common principles for liberty and prosperity in America, and
WHEREAS, Congressman Ron Paul is a member of the Libertarian Party in good standing, and
WHEREAS, Congressman Ron Paul was previously nominated by the delegates of the Libertarian National Convention to serve as the Libertarian Party’s 1988 presidential candidate, and
WHEREAS, Congressman Ron Paul, through the efforts of his current presidential campaign, has ignited a renewed passion for liberty across America, and
Read the rest at the Libertarian Party’s website.
I point this out to illustrate that Bob Barr has taken action on promoting Ron Paul’s message of freedom in the past, and is likely to do so as the LP nominee
Can read it in its entirety from here