I've been following former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson for a couple of years now. He is the only conservative that makes sense. I have always liked Johnson better than Paul but unfortunately Johnson was wasting time with the GOP nomination. Johnson is a huge anti tax guy and I don't know of any scandals. He has 6 more years worth of experience running a state than Ms. Palin does and he didn't quit. In fact, he left it with a one billion dollar surplus. Can a third party candidate win?
Getting the Frankenstein Government endorsement will be a huge boost to Gary's campaign.
Here's the wiki entry on former Governor "Veto" which all by itself makes him an anti-government and electable sort of guy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Johnson
Here's a quick 5 page thumbnail sketch on Gary. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Elections/2011/0421/Election-101-Who-is-Gary-Johnson/Who-is-he-anyway
The typical mainstream whine goes like this. He will take votes away from both of the rich and elite supported candidates. The GOP will say Johnson hurts them the most- like they have anything to offer. No third party candidate can win. The elites that run this country will do everything in their power to see that no third party candidate will ever win the Presidency thus ensuring that our country will continue on the same course of banker enrichment and collapse.
Ya know what I am tired of? Replacing a shitty President with a slightly less shitty President. I'd like to elect a good one sometime. Just once.
Johnson doesn't like wars and booze. He doesn't think marijuana is a big deal. He earned his own money and he's not a lawyer. What's not to like? (I have always secretly wanted to drug test Obama and back in the day, Clinton)
We are on the verge of completely losing this country to illegal immigration, Obamacare, and an insurmountable debt. Anyone that believes that the answer to our problems has anything to do with our two main parties- the same parties that have created all of our problems- may need a road map, history lesson, or a therapist. I have never seen a worse crop of potential GOP nominees nor have I seen a worse sitting President.
If not now, when?