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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Ruble Noon, Aug 19, 2012.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELWM9VS1PJQ"]Gary Johnson This Is Your Freedom - YouTube[/ame]
That's a pretty cool commercial, but it doesn't matter because it's gonna be different 'this time'.
best thing about gj? he knows all of his supporters on a first name basis.
At this point, why would anyone want to vote for someone who will insure Obama's re-election?
I'll bet some of the stimulus funds end up in the Libertarian promotional spots........
No freedom at all in an unelectable nobody. Just slavery, in fact.
Not at all surprising he stole the ad from the old "This is your brain, this is your brain on drugs" ads from the 70's and 80's....
I like Gary Johnson, he used to be governor of my state, but why would I waste my vote on someone with no chance of being elected?
Your freedom to support Obama and later claim that you didn't vote for him; plausible deniability for the insane.
Don't blame me, I voted for Papoon.
I'm voting for him because I will not vote for more fed gov.
Why not? Why would a libertarian prefer Romney over Obama? If Obama and Romney are equally repulsive in one's eyes, why wouldn't that person vote for whomever he wants, regardless of which of the two mainstream candidates it hurts or helps?
You keep operating on the faulty assumption that a libertarian would prefer a Romney win, and is only hurting himself by voting Libertarian, because it helps Obama. It's hard for you to grasp that many libertarians really really don't care if Romney beats Obama or not. Both are equally hostile to small-government principles.
Romney is simply so unappealing to libertarians that preventing Obama from beating him isn't a consideration at all.
There is only one way to vote for change. Vote for Romney. A vote for anyone else is a vote to give the squatter and his gangsta administration four more years to shove their agenda of destruction down the throat of America.
I'm more of a Paulsen fan myself.
you just made the "checker pants club members" drop their gin and tonics.
Johnson and Gallagher 2012
That's the funniest thing I've read on GT in a long time.
Because as long as people would rather vote for a winner, by voting for the one of the two parties that sucks the least, instead of voting their conscience, the best government that we can possibly get will just be the one that sucks just a little bit less than it's full potential.
Why do so many people prostitute their convictions regarding our sorry state of freedom?
<----------- Not a bandwagon voter.
Saying it over and over doesn't make it true. A vote for Romney is a vote for keeping things the same, because it is an outright admission that Obama-like policies are acceptable from both major parties. If you accept progressive, big-government policies from both parties, you will get them from both parties, forever. That doesn't constitute "change".
Except you just did.
Chairman Maobama thanks you.