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https://plus.google.com/114444936360262003396 PolitiQuest : What's so scary about Gary Johnson being president?
What's so scary about Gary Johnson being president?
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The prospect of a Gary Johnson presidency has some people scared. Why is this? If you are one of the people who are scared, worried, or otherwise troubled by...
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https://plus.google.com/104684311019489195691 Gary Johnson (GJSolo) :

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https://plus.google.com/104684311019489195691 Gary Johnson (GJSolo) :

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https://plus.google.com/113244828975493133027 Chris Dyer : Charles Peralo, March 21, 2017, I’m going to say this as simply as possible: Rand Paul is the best ...
Charles Peralo, March 21, 2017,

I’m going to say this as simply as possible: Rand Paul is the best member of the Senate and the most libertarian leaning senator in over half a century, comparable to Robert Taft, who was the Senate Majority Leader in the early 1950s. Rand Paul was this man who in 2009 I remember seeing announce a bid for the Senate and felt it was kind of a long shot. He went up against a popular statewide-elected Republican in a primary, and via small online donations, a realistic take on libertarianism that fits the demographics of Kentucky, and a ton of work from volunteers, he won both the primary and general elections in landslide wins. He was elected to the Senate and for the last six years proposed countless bills on criminal justice reform, economic reform, the best foreign policy the post-9/11 Senate can offer.

But, libertarians now are just being hostile to him like they had been to Bill Weld, Gary Johnson and anyone wanting to expand the base so it isn’t just a club on the Internet, and it freaking sucks.

First off, Rand Paul isn’t perfect. He’s human, he has a tough job and is trying to be many things to many people, which is how mistakes happen. One of those mistakes was the abortion known as his 2016 campaign. It was the Land of Boring where he just acted like a regular Republican, had horrible media content, a detached staff, lack of ability to fundraise and focused on C level issues people don’t care about, such as Planned Parenthood and the NSA, which proved to be yawn topics. The campaign peaked with a CPAC, and the Flat and Fair tax plan, which was a pretty awesome proposal, but fell flat with a campaign focused on making useless phone calls to talk about how Rand was your ordinary anti-gay, anti-immigrant, anti-abortion and anti-legalization Republican. I was 100% aware the campaign was not a success.
If You're a Libertarian & Hate Rand Paul, You're the Problem - Being Libertarian
I’m going to say this as simply as possible: Rand Paul is the best member of the Senate and the most libertarian leaning senator in over half a century, comparable to Robert Taft, who was the Senate Majority Leader in the early 1950s. Rand Paul was this man who in 2009 I remember seeing announce a bid for the Senate …
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https://plus.google.com/103935104938370213951 Ron Chusid : Trump May Be Terrible, But Few Regret Not Voting For Hillary Donald Trump has given us numerous reasons...
Trump May Be Terrible, But Few Regret Not Voting For Hillary

Donald Trump has given us numerous reasons to dislike and distrust him. His policies, such as the Republican health care plan, have turned out to be horrible for the bulk of his voters. I have seen multiple media and blog stories suggesting that many Trump voters regret voting for him. A new poll suggests that is not the case. An article in The Washington Post discusses a recent poll to determine if Trump voters regret their votes, and how they wish they had voted:

Our Mood of the Nation Poll from Penn State’s McCourtney Institute of Democracy provides answers. Conducted by YouGov, the poll tracks the mood of the public through traditional survey questions and numerous open-ended questions that allow citizens to express themselves in their own words. The poll’s methodology is described here.

Our Feb. 23-27 poll asked a nationally representative sample of 1,000 Americans to report on how they cast their vote in November. The results of these reports closely align with other national polls, with Hillary Clinton voters comprising 49 percent of the sample, Trump voters 46 percent, with 3 percent and 2 percent for minor-party candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, respectively.

Who would vote differently?

On the next screen, we asked everyone, “Suppose you could go back in time and vote again in the November election. What would you do?”

Respondents were presented with the same choices — Trump, Clinton, Stein, Johnson, someone else, or not vote at all. Of the 339 poll participants who originally voted for Trump, only 12 (3½ percent) said they would do something different.

Only three individuals (fewer than 1 percent of Trump voters) said that, could they go back in time, they would cast their vote for Clinton. Seven said they would vote for one of the minor-party candidates.

It will be interesting to see if this changes over time. It is one thing for Trump to propose policies which harm his base. It is a different matter for these voters to realize it. Perhaps this will change if more of Trump’s policies are enacted.

I find it interesting that not only do few Trump voters regret their votes, but that of the twelve people who say they would change their votes, only three said they would vote for Clinton while seven would vote for Jill Stein or Gary Johnson.

I wish we had similar data on those who voted for Stein or Johnson. Not surprisingly, I have seen many comments from Clinton supporters on social media suggesting that Stein and Johnson voters should regret their votes. However, while a few might exist, I have seen no evidence of any Stein or Johnson voters wishing they had for Clinton.

It is one thing to oppose Trump’s policies. It is a different matter to think that we would have been better off if a corrupt, socially conservative, warmonger such as Clinton had won. There is at least some consolation following Trump’s election in seeing how quickly we have developed strong opposition to his policies. If Clinton had won, those on the left who are actively opposing Trump would be finding ways to excuse and defend Clinton’s actions and policies, as we frequently saw during the campaign. Those who say there has been no evidence of wrong doing by Clinton, despite all the evidence raised of corrupt and dishonest behavior on her part, are objecting to the corruption seen from Trump, making it far less such corruption would become institutionalized as it would have been if Clinton had been elected.

While large portions of the pro-Democratic media have shown an extraordinary amount of hypocrisy in accepting Clinton’s actions, there has been opposition to Trump from both the left and segments of the right. For example, even the pro-Republican Wall Street Journal is running an op-ed about Trump’s lack of credibility. The article both gave examples of the frequent falsehoods from Trump and noted the consequences:

If President Trump announces that North Korea launched a missile that landed within 100 miles of Hawaii, would most Americans believe him? Would the rest of the world? We’re not sure, which speaks to the damage that Mr. Trump is doing to his Presidency with his seemingly endless stream of exaggerations, evidence-free accusations, implausible denials and other falsehoods…

All of this continues the pattern from the campaign that Mr. Trump is his own worst political enemy. He survived his many false claims as a candidate because his core supporters treated it as mere hyperbole and his opponent was untrustworthy Hillary Clinton. But now he’s President, and he needs support beyond the Breitbart cheering section that will excuse anything. As he is learning with the health-care bill, Mr. Trump needs partners in his own party to pass his agenda. He also needs friends abroad who are willing to trust him when he asks for support, not least in a crisis.

This week should be dominated by the smooth political sailing for Mr. Trump’s Supreme Court nominee and the progress of health-care reform on Capitol Hill. These are historic events, and success will show he can deliver on his promises. But instead the week has been dominated by the news that he was repudiated by his own FBI director.

Two months into his Presidency, Gallup has Mr. Trump’s approval rating at 39%. No doubt Mr. Trump considers that fake news, but if he doesn’t show more respect for the truth most Americans may conclude he’s a fake President.

Assuming we survive his presidency, there are also long term political advantages to having Trump in the White House destroying the Republicans, as opposed to seeing Clinton destroy the Democratic brand. Getting rid of the Clintons gives the Democrats a chance to reform the party–which they may or may not take advantage of. If Clinton was elected, we would probably see a continuation of the trend for Democrats to lose in Congressional and state governments, with opposition to Clinton likely to give Republicans a super majority in the Senate and potentially control of enough state governments to enable them to rewrite the Constitution. Having Trump in the White House, as terrible as that is, at least means that the Democrats not only have a real shot at taking control of the House in 2018, but Stuart Rothenburg is writing today that Republican “gains probably won’t be anywhere near what they might have been with President Hillary Clinton in the Oval Office.”

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http://liberalvaluesblog.com/2017/03/22/trump-may-be-terrible-but-few-regret-not-voting-for-hillary/
Trump May Be Terrible, But Few Regret Not Voting For Hillary
Donald Trump has given us numerous reasons to dislike and distrust him. His policies, such as the Republican health care plan, have turned out to be horribl
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https://plus.google.com/104441942518340146173 GARNERBARRO : In this video I briefly discuss a few aspects of the political positions of Ron Paul, Rand Paul, and...
In this video I briefly discuss a few aspects of the political positions of Ron Paul, Rand Paul, and Gary Johnson, and explain how they are not consistent with the basis of libertarian philosophy: the non-aggression principle. I also discuss how the state…
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In this video I briefly discuss a few aspects of the political positions of Ron Paul, Rand Paul, and Gary Johnson, and explain how they are not consistent with the basis of libertarian philosophy: the non-aggression principle. I also discuss how the state is by nature... #anarchism #anarchy #beck
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https://plus.google.com/102929719198379970631 Gary Johnson :

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https://plus.google.com/114163680632140797707 Gary Johnson :

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https://plus.google.com/114379766258898629614 John T : Chevrolet Camaro Z28 1978 Photo credit +rangerboy T​
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https://plus.google.com/114127455894210805490 Joel 'Senpai' Farris : Our U.S. President just referred to our entire country as a "corporation"? Thanks, you narcissistic ...
Our U.S. President just referred to our entire country as a "corporation"? Thanks, you narcissistic CEO.

Gary Johnson ain't lookin' so goofy now, is he?
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https://plus.google.com/112250286925890740643 Brady Kincaid :

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https://plus.google.com/102355057307396743805 Eonie dude : Who do you prefer?
Who do you prefer?
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https://plus.google.com/102994907635016877278 Peter Morris :

Gary Johnson has Been High 'Pretty Much Constantly' Since the Election – The American Tribune
Gary reveals that he's been toking every day since the end of the 2016 election. We aren't surprised, it's been a really rough time.
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https://plus.google.com/105405474633233777271 CENTURY 21 Signature Real Estate - Ankeny : Happy birthday to our Altoona agent, Gary Johnson!
Happy birthday to our Altoona agent, Gary Johnson!
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https://plus.google.com/104761470716223102206 Gary Johnson :

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