Why You Should Consider Gary Johnson for President


January 25, 2016—This marks the 52nd edition of my weekly series of columns. I will share with you unabashedly that the purpose of this column has been to pose and discuss how Liberty works and Big Government does not in facing and resolving so many varied problem areas.

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So I hope not only that you have thought about and considered these critically important realizations throughout the past year, but that you have also forwarded these columns and thoughts on to your social media friends so that these ideas may become more wide-spread and accepted.

With those thoughts in mind, and since I deeply believe that our country is going in the wrong direction, my intent is also to show you how Governor Gary Johnson is the only candidate running for President who actually will employ these concepts of Liberty to put our great country back on the right track. But not only does he talk a good game, he actually put Liberty into effect during the eight years he was the governor of New Mexico. And the results show it!

After his two terms he left the state with a $1 billion surplus, all the while working well with both Republicans AND Democrats on financial and social issues.

Recently Governor Johnson announced his candidacy for the 2016 Libertarian nomination for President. I want to as you to please look into this man, what he has done, who he is, and what he would do as President for our country.

Governor Gary Johnson is the most qualified person to be President I know of, and if you look into it yourself, I truly believe you will come to the same conclusion. So big time help is on the way!

Do you support Gary Johnson for president? Let us know what you think!

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