I reached the same conclusion back in the late 90's, and switched my voter registration to Libertarian. Shortly thereafter I was invited to attend party meetings, and then to join the party, and then to be a delagate to state, and then be a delegate to national. My experience was nothing like what the GOP put the Ron Paul supporters through in that party.
Sure, if we have more members, it may become more competitive to become a delegate, although often another state chapter will invite delegates to join them (without even asking who they support). We're very friendly, and always welcome someone new to argue with. No stealth-tactics needed.
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