Skip to comments.Gary Johnson announces libertarian Super PAC
Posted on 12/13/2013 9:34:44 AM PST by kobald
2012 Libertarian Party presidential nominee and chairman of the Our America Initiative, Gary Johnson announced yesterday the formation of a 527 Super PAC called Our America PAC. The new Super PAC has the goal of supporting and ultimately getting into elective public office, principled candidates committed to smaller government, fiscal conservatism and individual liberty...
Yesterday, Johnson said of the new Super PAC, From the realities of government-run healthcare setting in to the continuing disclosures of the breadth of NSAs domestic spying, more Americans than ever are ready to take a serious look at candidates who offer real alternatives to business-as-usual. However, the reality of our political system is that voters must first have the opportunity to learn about those candidates and their plans for smaller government and greater freedom. That is the purpose of the Our America PAC. Through independent efforts and funding in support of credible, qualified candidates, we plan to help put liberty on the ballot in a meaningful and competitive way. Voters deserve real choices beyond varying shades of big government, and helping provide those choices is our goal. We intend to make a real difference in the upcoming 2014 elections."
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
Another who coulda’ ran for a WINNABLE senate seat but chose not to.
Not really. Libertarians are WORSE than RINO's.
Well.. if he’s announcing via the Examiner blog at least eight people will know of it.
Third parties only succeed in electing DEMOCRATS.
Calling a Democrat a Republican, in order to get elected, changes nothing either.
Johnson is more left than the average rino,he is all the way to being a libertarian.
They’ll probably get more money from Democrats than Libertarians.
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