Lying Lester is still seething with anger. When America was faced with a (false) choice on November 6, 2012 of selecting and voting for one of "the lesser of two evils", the electorate chose wrong.
Both of the two major choices, bArack hUssein oBama and Willard Mittens Romney, were (and are) sTatists who believe in the power of government to correct perceived societal, economic, and political problems. They both believe an elected rEpresentative government - rather than an aristocracy based on wealth - has the solutions to problems and therefore believe gOvernment creates the environment that leads to prosperity and growth.
While this may be true, it is prosperity and growth for ALL, as opposed to just for a select few. Yes, the paths each advocate are different, but ultimately both paths lead to a tyranny of The People under which the rich will suffer (by not having MOST of the money). A tyranny under which the dEmocrat-controlled gOvernment fights for The People or a tyranny under which the rEpublican-controlled gOvernment fights for the wealthy (which is good) as well as themselves and also for wasting money (which is bad).
Gary Johnson, a limited government, fiscal conservative, pro defense (yet anti MIC), libertarian (liberal) on social issues, and vocal supporter of individual liberty for the wealthy is a man with a clear vision for America, one that is in direct contradiction to our founding principles and our Constitution.
|Early Americans were all too familiar with European Aristocracy and as they began to conceive this new nation they wanted a new idea based not on Aristocratic order but on shared political power. For that to happen they believed there had to be relative equity in wealth among the citizens of America. There was a strong belief that inherited wealth would lead to a rising Aristocracy with wealthy families consolidating unfair political power. (Link).|
As a Libertarian Gary Johnson rejects the Founders misguided ideas concerning an aristocracy and their silly worries concerning the wealthy buying political power (as if that would be a bad thing).
Gary Johnson understands the direction the nation needs to travel for the wealthy to further prosper (at the expense of working folks), and he understands how we can get America back on that track again (the track of recognizing the nobility of the wealthy and treating them appropriately). A track wrongly rejected by the rAbble when Gary Johnson failed to receive even one percent of the vote in 2012!
Is there any chance that my Beloved Gary could, should he decide to run again in 2016, win the presidency? No, there is absolutely no chance of Gary getting even ONE electoral vote. Still, Lying Lester likes to mentally masturbate whilst thinking he COULD, if only enough people came around to the timeless wizzdumb of Ayn Rand.
For this reason Lying Lester urges you to consider throwing your vote away and pulling the lever for Gary in 2016... or possibly Lying Lester, as I have been considering a run for the White House.
Either way you can be proud of your protest vote and say you didn't vote for the lesser of two evils... you voted for the greater of three evils! That is, if you believe that destroying the middle class and further impoverishing the poor is "evil" (all in the name of concentrating wealth at the top), which Lying Lester most certainly does not.