Florida Libertarian Senate candidate August us Sol Invictus is bound to be an embarrassment for the Libertarian Party.
You can’t blame Republicans for being confused by Paul. We just have to ask why they weren’t confused earlier.
The same people that apparently hate the libertarian Koch brothers are looking on Rand Paul as a decent human being; a monumental error one expects moronic Republicans to make, but not anyone on the left.
Chris Christie went after Paul’s libertarianism while defending Obama, igniting a war between the two sides of the Republican Party.
On the heels of Romney failing to consummate his relationship with conservatives properly, they are calling on their fellow Republicans to vote third party for Jesus.
Quadrennial asterisk Ron Paul is once again displaying his Libertarian Wolf Boy exhibit at the Republican freak show, again prompting puzzled onlookers to remark “oh yeah, I remember that guy,” and “what the hell is he doing up there?” Now that Paul has risen from novelty candidate to so-called “top tier” status, his libertarian principles arguably merit closer examination before being mothballed for another four years.