It was only a week ago that the Commission on Presidential Debates had ten sponsors for the 2012 debates.
With Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson polling in the double digits in Ohio there is a burgeoning sense of hope among libertarians and independents in the third party candidacy of the former governor of New Mexico and 2012 underrated Republican presidential candidate.
“The revolution will not be televised.”
This phrase accurately describes the libertarian movement, as it continues to penetrate the American psyche in the forms of Ron Paul and Gary Johnson. Every day, a growing segment of the population, which is young, educated, and internet native, joins the ranks of the libertarians and their allies. And every day, the regime which currently controls the United States — those inner party officials, media mouthpieces, and corporate backers — continue to lose legitimacy, support, and ultimately, control. Over the next few years, these elements will become increasingly impotent, as they lose the ideological and technological race for supremacy against a new generation of Americans who are not dependent upon systems controlled by the corporatist state. Read The Full Story