I supported McCain in '99. He stabbed all of us in the back by kissing Bush's ass. Bush's campaign was completely immoral with what he did in South Carolina and McCain took it. The reason that election was so close was because Conservatives, angry independents, and Libertarians stayed home. 9/11 changed politics for a while and we are back to square one, except the Philosophical Conservatives, angry independents, and Libertarians are even more pissed, we stayed home in 2006 and now many are backing Ron. We were the deciding factor in the 1994 Revolution, in many presidential elections and when we stay home it gets bad for Republicans and we don't feel like compromising with the Corporatists and Globalists, whether unipolar as with the Neoconservatives or multi-polar as with the UN Crowd. Endless wars, professional cosmopolitan bureaucrats and cronies are not acceptable choices but unfortunately they are damn near eternal if you really look at history and political philosophy especially classical and medieval.
I just hope that snowballs chance in hell works because this country is on the decline and it is time to reject mediocrity and empire. While I agreed with Ron well before he was ever running for President, for many others he serves as a "Guide of the Perplexed" and it is refreshing to see him spread a message that doesn't get the credit it deserves and has been hijacked for too long.