Pragmatism for the sake of pragmatism doesn’t always work.
“He said, ‘Trump said I’m on the list.’”
“I think she deserves to have people vouch for her other than members of the Democratic National Committee so I’m here to do that.”
“I would not have stepped out of the swirl of the campaign to make this statement if I did not fear for our country, as I do.”
“I have had in mind all along trying to get the Donald into third place…”
“Maybe I think too much.”
“But that’s not the end of the inquiry.”
“I have to get smarter.”
“This is an opportunity, I think, for the Libertarian Party to become a major party.”
Can we stop the “Libertarians hurt the GOP” fallacy please?
“You want people who are tranquil of mind and can analyze the issues and come to a conclusion that makes sense…”
Stay or go? What’s the replacement?
Throwing more people in prison won’t solve anything.
“I don’t want to see trickle-down racism.”
“Libertarians agree with socialism as long as it’s voluntary.”
“Like you, I’m not voting for Donald Trump.”
Betrayal of principles, party loyalty, or something else?
Plenty of anger, fewer guillotines.
It’s the spending…and government control
“This is not live, we can’t edit this, right?”
Battle for the soul…
“You’re not well liked primarily because of your very conservative politics.”
“No money? You mean, you don’t get paid?”
Will they stay or will they go?
I can’t imagine what I was thinking when I said that
Rocking the boat majorly