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  1. Ok, but Gary Johnson is probably our best hope for something resembling true freedom. It is fair to call him out on inconsistencies like this. But there are billions of better examples out there against which to direct our criticisms.

    • No, Gary Johnson is not our “best hope for something resembling true freedom.” Gary Johnson will likely again get the LP nomination, and again try to convince people that he’s going to get 5% of the vote so he can take stolen funds to pay off his campaign debt. He’ll wind up getting kept out of the debates and will at best get 1% of the vote. He portrays a watered-down version of libertarianism, and I’m going to call him out for it. At least I acknowledge that my Presidential campaign is a long shot, and is all about spreading the ideas of liberty!
      “there are billions of better examples out there against which to direct our criticisms” And I DO criticize those who make the policies that take our freedoms. However, do you expect me to sit silently when people portray libertarianism as a philosophy that uses force to achieve its goals?