Comment: Flip-Flop

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Goode has changed his position since joining the Constitution Party. If you're suspicious, you might suggest that it was only to conform with the Constitution Party position.
Regardless, a vote for Goode is a vote for the Constitution Party platform, not for Virgil Goode's GOP record, or his earlier Democratic Party record.

Voting for either Johnson or the Constitution Party are both reasonable choices for Ron Paul supporters. I personally prefer the Constitution Party as I am pro-life, though unenthused by Goode.
I might have preferred the Libertarian nominee had it been Bill Still, but the LP banned all mention of candidates other than Johnson in the run-up to their choosing their candidate. For some reason the leadership didn't seem to want the membership to be aware of their options

Pro-Life, pro-family, pro-freedom, pro-worker, pro Ron Paul