Originally Posted by handle
He's a Republican? At some point they are going to have to deal with libertarian hoard, and when they realize the long term damage they can do to the party and the country, it may be too late.
Look up the page a little, Wonder claims to have supported all flavors of hopefuls, and not for their domestic policies either.
As a Republican myself, I consider him as much a Republican as any others in the field. Republicans and Libertarians overlap quite a bit on domestic issues, and while he is at odds with a big majority of Republicans on foreign policy, his isolationist stance is not a historically strange idea in the GOP. That idea has a longer history in the GOP then it does in the Democratic party. I don't think that folks, like myself, who consider themselves 'libertarian', ( I disagree with Paul on foreign policy, and the gold standard stuff) are a hindrance to the GOP, they are an important part of the coalition.