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Gee, what a shock.  A third party candidate propped up by a Democrat fools enough Paul voters to blow a winnable election which had an actual conservative GOP candidate.   :nometalk:
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Gee, what a shock.  A third party candidate propped up by a Democrat fools enough Paul voters to blow a winnable election which had an actual conservative GOP candidate.   :nometalk:

Ron Paul went into VA yesterday to campaign for Cuchinelli. This guy is a McAuliff ringer.

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Ron Paul went into VA yesterday to campaign for Cuchinelli. This guy is a McAuliff ringer.

You know if the Libertarian candidate is bad if Ron Paul doesn't back you.. Expect the rats to pull this stunt in 2016. In fact I think they funded Gary Johnson campaign.  I don't have proof, but that is my gut feeling.
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You know if the Libertarian candidate is bad if Ron Paul doesn't back you.. Expect the rats to pull this stunt in 2016. In fact I think they funded Gary Johnson campaign.  I don't have proof, but that is my gut feeling.

He must have been awful; Paul supported the likes of Cynthia McKinney and Ralph Nader but he wouldn't support Sarvis.

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Gee, what a shock.  A third party candidate propped up by a Democrat fools enough Paul voters to blow a winnable election which had an actual conservative GOP candidate.   :nometalk:

It isn't just Paul voters. I've seen people promoting Sarvis as the 'anti-Republican' to Tea Party voters pretending Cuc is part of the establishment.

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Ron Paul went into VA yesterday to campaign for Cuchinelli. This guy is a McAuliff ringer.

Of course he's a Dem ringer running under the "Libertarian" label.  That doesn't mean that the Paul voters are smart enough to separate the wheat from the chaff.  I think 3rd party "conservative" voters are as dumb as those who vote for the Dems.

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Of course he's a Dem ringer running under the "Libertarian" label.  That doesn't mean that the Paul voters are smart enough to separate the wheat from the chaff.  I think 3rd party "conservative" voters are as dumb as those who vote for the Dems.
I agree. The LP didn't bother to examine this guy's history, which was quite obviously leftist, and the voters just jumped at the word "libertarian," even though he was anything but.
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Of course he's a Dem ringer running under the "Libertarian" label.  That doesn't mean that the Paul voters are smart enough to separate the wheat from the chaff.  I think 3rd party "conservative" voters are as dumb as those who vote for the Dems.

I decided to check this morning on who the establishment in the media plugged. Good old Jennifer Rubin the token 'conservative' at the Washington Post was one.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2013/09/20/robert-sarvis-the-other-choice-in-the-virginia-gubernatorial-race/


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I agree. The LP didn't bother to examine this guy's history, which was quite obviously leftist, and the voters just jumped at the word "libertarian," even though he was anything but.
Oh, you can bet they examined it. This is what the LP does.
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Oh, you can bet they examined it. This is what the LP does.

They are, and always have been nothing but stalking horses for Democrats!

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Thus the distinction between capital L and small L libertarians.  :pondering:
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