“In 2007 and 2008, I began to hope. I had been Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire for a year, and I volunteered on the Ron Paul primary campaign in NH. He spoke of ending warrantless wiretapping and the PATRIOT Act. He said we’d end the wars. His campaign sparked many of my liberal friends to libertarian leanings, but as McCain became the “100 more years of war” Republican nominee, I turned to Barack Obama for the ways he echoed Ron Paul.
I even volunteered on Obama’s campaign the month before Election Day 2008.”
I was hoping for a liberal president. I was disappointed.
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