for the Randwagon to remind us that he's just "playing a game" and the vote didn't really matter since his lone "no" vote wouldn't make a difference.
But as McAdams point out, its an important vote. And one man standing up against the *crime* of war can make a difference, and would greatly rally the true liberty movement towards Rand.
Instead he chooses to walk the line, and coddle to neocons.
The result is that he is losing the most passionate potential supporters he would have had.
*Advancing the Ideas of Liberty Daily*
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