McAfee Produces Most Honest Campaign Ad Ever

McAfee Produces Most Honest Campaign Ad Ever

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“You don’t know the horrible aspects of war. I’ve been through two wars and I know. I’ve seen cities and homes in ashes. I’ve seen thousands of men lying on the ground, their dead faces looking up at the skies. I tell you, war is Hell!” -William Tecumseh Sherman




John Mcaffee is running an interesting campaign. Rather than attempting to hide his mistakes, he comes out and simply admits them. By doing this he is showing humility, which is a characteristic no other candidate is showing. While LP candidate Gary Johnson is calling  Trump a pussy , and Austin Peterson is calling the other candidates drug dealers, McAfee is hitting on the most important issue – war!

In the new campaign ad for McAfee and his VP nominee, Judd Weiss, they present the most important fact that everyone should care about – War is Hell.



 

Personally, I don’t believe McAfee has a shot in winning this election – the libertarian party will most likely not have a shot for a few more election cycles. What the LP can do is educate people on the principles of libertarianism, and McAfee is doing that as well as Ron Paul did back in 2012.




Watch McAfee Perfectly Explain Libertarianism in Under 2 Minutes

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  1. I don’t understand why the Libertarian Party is not more popular…I have been told that “being a Libertarian is a cop-out,” that my “ideas are basically in line with Republican thinking” and I “shouldn’t ‘waste’ my vote”….I believe in freedom of the purest kind. I believe that people should be able to choose what is best for themselves, without government interference. I believe America should get her own house in order before trying to police the world. Perhaps we, as Libertarians, believe so much in our ideals that we also don’t wish to become that which we stand against….the power-hungry, freedom limiting political machines of the Republican and Democratic parties? We stand for one another, that much I know, and look forward to the day when others open their eyes and see the current system fails us all.

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