Comment: Both positions are extremest at this time.

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Both positions are extremest at this time.

From my perspective the write in strategy had it's time earlier on in the campaign but we all know it will be a unrecorded vote. And jumping ship when Ron Paul is running the most successful liberty campaign in the past 200 years to help launch a dramatically weaker candidate without funding or infrastructure is just doesn't make sense.

Again from my perspective we have taken over a lot of the RNC districts and multiple states. The Grand Old party is scared, as they should be. I think we should continue to overthrow the one of the two parties, in our two party system where we can. True libertarians will always vote for the best liberty candidate know matter what party card is in their wallet.

Now that the RNC Nomination milestone has past we must access our position and strategize for the next 3 months and beyond. Ron Paul is clearly light years ahead of Gary Johnson in this presidential race, in every area; supporters, funding, name recognition, media coverage, voting record and liberty solutions.

I think our focus should be on taking over the RNC where possible and inspiring our family, friends, neighbors and business associates to question what freedom means to them. These are the people who will ensure our ultimate success when they understand the power of jury nullification as it relates to freedom, liberty and independence.

I think we can all agree that a counted vote against both Romney and Obama is better than an uncounted vote. But abandoning the winning vehicle and the winning driver in the middle of the race doesn't make sense to me.

As for me, I am still following the most powerful, charismatic liberty centered presidential candidate of the past 200 years. Until his lays out a different strategy or endorsement.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.