“There is no party like the Libertarian Party,” says one of the supporters of Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for president.
To prove it, they put their candidate up for grabs in Utah.
Not on a pedestal — over their heads.
This is no joke, though. Even minimal support for Johnson in a few of the closest swing states could cost someone a lot of electoral votes. Ask Al Gore about Ralph Nader in Florida, 2000.
And Nader never even crowd-surfed.