Gov. Gary Johnson could cost Romney the race

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    snore....
     
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    He'll sell out at some point. They all do.
     
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    Ron Paul never did. Johnson tried running as a republican but the media ignored him and he was refused entry to the debates so he switched to the Libertarian Party. The media didn't want 2 Libertarian minded candidates in the running...hell that would be a nice combo..a Paul/Johnson ticket.
     
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    Can't say we didn't warn you. :)
     
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    If Johnson gets more than 1-2% of the vote, and most of that coming from non-swing states, I will officially register as a DEM
     
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    The media didn't ignore Johnson, he just wasn't worth listening to.

    In New Mexico at least, Johnson is getting more disaffected democrats than republicans.
     
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    Yeah, and lightning bolts could fly out of my ass too! Actually, I believe I have a better chance of that happening that Gary Johnson having ANY effect on the election. Ryan will cost Romney the battleground states.
     
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    LMAO...I am gonna hold you to that...I wanna see a picture of the registration card lol
    Yeah..its pretty idiotic to listen to a 2 term governor who had a balanced budget and was a great governor on civil liberties...let's just listen to the fools wanting to run the country farther in to debt...great idea.:lol:

    Looks like not listening to him is gonna cost him. The libertarian party might have just nominated a no name person and not even gotten 1% of the vote but the media ignored him and the republican party ignored him and now its gonna cost them. :) I would LOVE to see Ron Paul endorse him...that would help a ton.
     
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    We shall see. Just 84 days to go. New Mexico is a swing state and Johnson is taking 13% of the vote there right now...its only bound to increase especially when Paul endorses him...
     

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