The Libertarian Case for Mitt Romney

by Pejman Yousefzadeh on October 30, 2012

Courtesy of Brad Smith, who notes libertarian differences with Romney–which I especially share on the free trade front; Romney’s China-bashing has been deplorable in my view–but who also concludes (quite properly) that Romney is the best candidate by far of the two with a good shot at winning the presidency, and that as a consequence, libertarians should refrain from voting for Gary Johnson.

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