Being a Libertarian should mean that I would vote for the Libertarian Party's ticket. But I can't because they are not libertarians, it is like 2008 all over again. The Libertarian Party can't seem to choose an actual Libertarian to represent the ticket. John McAfee a pro-choose libertarian would be a far better choice than Gary Johnson and his running mate Bill Weld. Why? He is an actual libertarian, being a pro-life libertarian I would still vote for John McAfee if he would won the nominee process. Austin Petersen the other major Libertarian candidate would be a far better choice than John McAfee mainly because of his stance on the abortion issue. Austin Petersen is a pro-life libertarian. But these two aren't running for president anymore (at least in the 2016 election). I give credit to John McAfee for not supporting Gary Johnson on the notion that he isn't a libertarian. I use to support Gary Johnson, until I figured out what he stood for and the lack of any libertarian principle. In an interview that Gary Johnson had with CNBC that he would be open to a carbon tax as a solution to climate change, since then he back peddled on the issue, but my question is that he should be against it from the start due to the fact that he suppose to be a libertarian. This is just one example of many. Plus his background is that of a Republican governor down in New Mexico, which is fine if he is using the Republican party as a vehicle but he clearly isn't using as it. He is just a centrist Republican. If Gary Johnson stays with the party after the election might indicate that he is somewhat of a libertarian but I know that Bill Weld (VP of Johnson), isn't sticking around with the Libertarian Party, Bill Weld is more of a centrist Republican is very much against Trump and was so close to saying that he is backing Clinton in the election. The VP of the Libertarian Party is giving a lot of pleasant press of the Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton. This is by far beyond stupid. This is why the Libertarian Party should of picked McAfee or Petersen as the candidate. This leads me to do a search of other candidates out there that are more libertarian leaning and are on the ballot in the state that I'm currently living in of Minnesota. So, I have two other choices, Evan McMullin or Darrell Castle. Evan McMullin is a response to the never Trump movement and that he would be more closely aligned to Bush's over all policies and isn't a libertarian. Darrell Castle is a Constitutionalist meaning he is going to follow the original intent of the founders of the country and how they would have govern. This by far is the closest thing to the Libertarian principle out of all the candidates that I can vote for. Of course their might be another possibility that I could do is to write in Adam Kokesh or Jason Stapleton, which are far more libertarian than Johnson will ever be. I'm either going to vote for Darrell Castle or Adam Kokesh. If I do vote for Adam Kokesh, I'll snap a picture of it.
Summary, I'm voting for Darrell Castle. I can not endorse any candidate in this election, maybe the 2020 election.
Terence S. Kruger (Jr.)
Terence S. Kruger (Jr.) is all about bringing a Christ Centered Libertarian Philosophy to the world.