publicly. Some of his supporters would be very upset to "settle" for any other candidate that supports individual freedoms other than Ron Paul.
For them, the cause is about one man rather than the idea of liberty.
Gary Johnson has no chance of winning but could send a strong message to the two-party establishment with a higher than past average vote count.
But no, some people that welcomed libertarians like myself who were willing to cross party lines to support Ron Paul, feel they can't unite with us now. And that's fine, 2016, I'll vote Libertarian even if Ron Paul runs again or someone else with his same platform in the Republican Party.
I'll follow the examples of die-hard Paul supporters and split the cause for liberty.
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