Sometimes you just have to look back at your past and smile about how far you've come.
Monday, November 7, 2016
Proud to be a part of the 5%
Who is voting 3rd party this election. Some may call it a throw away vote, but I call it a vote for change, vote that shows the 2 party system is no longer working. It's a vote to show that there are always other options and not everything is black and white:
The Republican and Democratic parties are billion dollar political machines.
They are, by far, the most politically powerful private corporations in the world.
Governor Weld and I ran on the Libertarian ticket with a simple premise: America deserve better – a President and Vice President that serve everyone.
Through a primary election where the media focused every waking hour on the bad candidates nominated by the Democratic and Republican Party – you stood by me.
Through an election season full of debates and polls that suggest our future can only be led by an angry red team or a compromised blue team – you joined our positive team.
Against a system of election and campaign finance laws that allows the two candidates automatic ballot access and, literally, billions of special interest dollars to flow through their parties, PACs, and “media” partners – you put your interest in an opportunity.
Whatever happens tomorrow, understand, we won.
We smashed fundraising records.
We are set to gain ballot access and federal funding for a third party.
And we’ve introduced millions of Americans to an idea that cannot be stopped – we don’t have to settle for a lesser of two evils.
Don’t be impatient. Revolutions take time.
Be understanding of those who haven’t yet joined us. Revolutions require consensus.
Our future in this country is bright. We are on a pathway to the best America yet.
I am honored to be a part of the positive momentum.
If you believe that it’s time for the American people to stop playing the game the two parties want us to play, then voting for a Libertarian this year makes sense. With Gov. Gary Johnson, we have a chance to slay the beast — and elect the best candidate on the ballot. READ MORE.
Endorsement: The Post and Courier (SC)
And if you’re among that vast group, register your displeasure loudly and clearly by voting for neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump on Tuesday. Instead, vote for Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson.
When someone tells you that you are wasting your vote by supporting Governors Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, don't blame them for not understanding the rules that have led us, as a country, to where we are today.
Make sure you let them know -- there is only one campaign this election that is on track to change the course of history for the better: OURS.