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    04-09-2016, 01:00 PM
    Immigration. Paul Ryan is willing to sell out the American people for the Chamber of Commerce. At least Trump seems to (somewhat) care about America's future.
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    04-09-2016, 12:54 PM
    This. The entire concept of liberty dies with western civilization. China certainly doesn't believe in it, nor does India or Latin American countries. The preservation of America is essential to the survival of liberty. We become New Brazil and liberty truly, and eternally, dies.
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    04-09-2016, 12:48 PM
    So putting forward someone who supports open borders with Mexico will appeal to the millions of dissatisfied voters within the GOP and help the libertarian party achieve the 5% threshold? It's like you haven't been paying attention to this entire election cycle.
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    04-08-2016, 08:20 PM
    He's great on immigration. That's what he was brought on board for.
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    04-08-2016, 07:04 PM
    So worst case scenario is that Trump does exactly what everyone else would have done. By doing so, Trump's legacy is flushed down the toilet and he loses in a massive landslide in 2020, if not outright primaried. Don't underestimate his ego to want to be remembered as the guy who Made America Great Again.
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    04-08-2016, 06:59 PM
    Look at how most Hispanics vote. At some point you have to form a generalization, and history tells us that the entire concept of liberty in Latin America is a foreign concept at best, and non-existent at worst.
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    04-08-2016, 06:57 PM
    Except it won't discredit the alt-right, or any other similar ideology, amongst the actual base. The frustration of the GOP's base will continue to grow and fester, especially if they perceive that Donald Trump was robbed of the nomination. The Cruz camp will also become disillusioned with the GOP once Ted Cruz, the second place finisher, doesn't get the nomination either. That's two massive and angry camps, and it dwarfs anything Ron and/or Rand Paul could ever muster. The anger isn't going away. The base won't be open to the idea of small government and free markets; they'll be looking for revenge. The smartest thing that the GOP could do is let Donald Trump lose in November. That is both the literal and symbolic defeat of his movement. Creating the perception that Trump was robbed in Cleveland makes him a political martyr. The message lives on and will probably be taken up by someone similar to Trump, but much more politically articulate. Think someone with Donald Trump's brashness but with Rand Paul's mind for policy articulation. Little Marco wouldn't stand a chance.
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    04-08-2016, 06:39 PM
    The "big picture" is that Trump, unlike everyone else, seemingly realizes the threat that mass third-world immigration poses to the West. It amazes me that libertarians don't realize that America becoming New Brazil will be worse for the cause of liberty than Donald Trump ever could be. Good luck enacting liberty-friendly reforms when a group of people, most of whom know nothing about the idea of liberty and philosophy behind it, are the majority. The entire idea of liberty and inalienable rights are essentially a product of Western civilization. Meanwhile, most of the third-world immigrants that arrive in America, especially the illegals, have no intention of assimilating and adopting western values. Hopefully you see the long-term problem here. For me, that's the big picture.
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