I'm grateful that our VP candidate, a very (personally, not politically) conservative judge and former JAG officer, is willing to participate in politics at all. He knows a felony when he sees one.
I'm grateful that Gary Johnson, a guy who could be climbing mountains somewhere, is also willing to take on this type of challenge for no pay.
I don't think either of them is in it for the personal power or the money and fame: that's one of the advantages of running for the LP; no reason to lie and cheat, because until the voters finally wake up, it isn't necessary to win, to win.
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