Comment: Do What's in your Heart. . .

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Do What's in your Heart. . .

for liberty... and cheer and support everyone else that is doing the same. The Liberty Movement doesn't need to be united in its tactics and strategies... It was never intended for that purpose.

The Liberty Movement needs to be an ideological home and decentralized support mechanism. It needs to be a place where as we bring the message of liberty to the mainstream, we can help each other remain grounded in the founding principles.

If its in your heart to write-in Ron Paul, then the Gary Johnson advocates should cheer that. If you believe in remaining in the GOP to effect change... the Liberty movement should be where you come to wash away the establishment residue and abide in the knowledge and conversation of your peers in liberty. If you're an Independent Conservative then cheer your Republican peers in their efforts and accomplishments.

We can certainly voice our ideas about direction and the good ones will emerge with the most support, but there are rightfully no mechanisms beyond this to compel our friends in liberty down certain courses of action. This is a strength... not a weakness.

“Educate and inform the whole mass of the people... They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.” —Thomas Jefferson