Yesterday, 09:39 PM
Yes, yes he does. But he leans toward the clown in some ways. And the field is very heavy with clowns this year. For once, being a clown is not the way to stand out.
He also lacks relevant experience, and that will weigh heavy with many voters. Johnson is better in that respect, but worse in others.
The nation needs a decent Libertarian Party choice this year, and the Libertarian Party needs someone like Ron Paul. I feel they must risk Ron Paul refusing, even if it does seem like a no confidence vote to the candidates they have. There is too much which could be gained if Ron Paul bowed to the pressure and allowed his hat to be thrown in the ring for him.
And he might. After all, he did not promise not to run for a third party. He hasn't done that for four years now.