Very true. I left the Republican party after voting for Paul in the primaries and refused to put up with Romney and the neoconservatives after everything they did to Ron Paul and his supporters. I'm sure there were plenty more like me who defected. ...
If the GOP were our face I would elect Hannibal to provide us with reconstructive surgery. While I likely despise Obama as much as you, I think it naive to believe Romney to be any closer to our platform. Both treated civil liberties with disregard. One spends on war, the other social programs. My conscience is clean, GOP values are empty.
Erin Carrington Smith
The only democrat I could ever see myself voting for in the future is Corey Booker because I think he's a good person despite not agreeing with all of his stances. Just like the republicans, the democrats are totally hypocritical. They just believe in freedom the opposite half of the time from republicans.
I think he'll come around on that
Would you ever vote for a Democrat?
Erin Carrington Smith
I left the party last summer after over a decade of being a dedicated Republican. Plus, I'm a loss to the party not included in those Ron Paul numbers since I jumped straight from McCain to Gary Johnson. I can't be the only one, so those numbers are even higher when accounting for non-Ron Paul supporters who've jumped ship.
Sorry I'm not in junior high making comments top be popular.
Alex Ander Platz
See the 0 votes you got? Those are the votes you deserved for spewing such ignorance.
The Republican Party needs to listen to what Jon. Huntsman has been saying lately. Republicans need to consider supporting marriage equality, advocate the end to the war on drugs, support immigration reform, as well as a strong and vibrant border security system, and take a realistic approach towards foreign policy issues. Sen. Rand Paul is moving in this direction, with the one exception being marriage equality.
Absolutely, "None of the Above" was running neck and neck for me with "Ron Paul" but in the end I wrote in "Ron Paul" as his Libertarian ideals most closely matched my own. This denied both of the major parties my support, and it also denied it to the Libertarian party as i don't believe a third party is viable with the laws currently in place.
Everyone, That I know who supported Ron Paul either stayed home, Wrote In Ron Paul, I ranted that there was no way that any of the republican candidates other that Ron Paul would get our support and that is exactly what happened. This election was offered to Republicans by the libertarian movement, but the republicans rejected our support.