Comment: Then I guess we just have to disagree...

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Then I guess we just have to disagree...

Ron Paul never asked us to vote for Romney and I highly doubt he ever will. Even in the remote chance he does, I still will not vote for Romney. I firmly believe that he will do everything in his power to crush our movement. He is absolutely, the antithesis of everything that we stand for and has openly admitted that he does not agree with our stances on personal liberty.

I will vote for who I believe best represents my views as an American that is on the ticket, Obama and Romney are not those people. I fully understand that my vote may not count and in actually I hope it hurts the Romney camp more than the Obama camp.

I would rather take 4 years of Obama vs 8 potential years of Romney.

During that time many in the Liberty movement can continue to take over the party at the state and local levels. You did a great job in getting involved early in the process. Others need to follow suit. After next year when my travel schedule calms down I will be able to take part in my committee as well.

In the meantime I will continue to do my part, by supporting and donating to any Liberty candidate that's running for local and state offices.

I don't think you are a bad person Granger, but I think what you are feeling is a sense of loneliness on that committee. Stand strong, vote your principles. Your oath is to this country not Romney. I sincerely wish you the best, but if you feel that Romney best represents Your Views, then vote for him. That is your prerogative to do so, but don't try to pass it off like Ron Paul is asking us to vote Romney. That would be incorrect and disingenuous to our movement.

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.