Gary Johnson’s Campaign for Limited Government

by Tom Palmer on February 26, 2010

I just stumbled upon Gary Johnson’s website, via his Facebook page. The updates are pretty good.

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Weylin February 26, 2010 at 1:52 am

a more polished Ron Paul?

Alex Korbel February 26, 2010 at 9:48 am

The man seems sound and his image is good. With 2012 in mind, to what extend wouldn’t he be perceived as too progressist for the christian conservative flank of the GOP?

Kevin R. February 26, 2010 at 11:15 am

I met Gary Johnson during the snowstorm at the Old Dominion Pub near Chinatown. He was a really nice guy and his speech was excellent. Last election I supported Ron Paul and then Bob Barr. While I disagreed with Ron Paul on a few issues (and I felt a little uncomfortable with Bob Barr’s previous record, though I believe his change of heart was genuine) I thought Paul was easily the best candidate compared to all the others.

I really do hope Gary Johnson runs in 2012. He has an excellent record and doesn’t have the unfortunate (i.e. Lew Rockwell and Anti-War.com) associations that Ron Paul does. I believe Gary Johnson is genuinely pro-liberty. Perhaps Dr. Paul is too, but some of his closest pals seem to be anti-state, which isn’t quite the same thing as pro-liberty (which this blog has helped me to see over the years).

Pingry February 27, 2010 at 5:33 pm

Another dope who clearly doesn’t understand macroeconomics and monetary policy, just like Ron Paul.

Ever since Milton Friedman died, there have been nothing but zombie economics coming from fringe characters in the libertarian movement who have taken center stage over the sensible ones who actually understand real economics.

–Pingry

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