|Source: Ron Paul-|
Now that Representative Ron Paul will be leaving Congress at the end of the year, hopefully for the libertarian movement he'll spend his retirement while he still can, to continue to build this movement. Whether it's either through the Republican party and trying to convince Libertarians and Classical Conservatives that they need to save this party, before Neoconservatives and Tea Party Nationalists ruin it and make it no longer competitive at the Federal level, for both President and the Senate. Neoconservatives and Tea Party Nationalists, can still get elected at the local level and for state government and the U.S. House, but the last two Federal elections, Republicans have been losing very winnable Senate elections, because they are nominating Far-Right Nationalists and Neoconservatives, who can't stand to see America for what it is. And want to take the country back to the 1950s, when if had they just nominated Conservatives or even Libertarians, they probably win those elections.
So Libertarians I believe have a couple options going forward. Take over the Republican party and knock the Neoconservatives and Nationalists, out of the leadership and start running Libertarians in GOP primaries and put the resources that are necessary to win those primaries and even run primary challenges against Far-Right Republicans who are currently in office. Or they put their resources behind the Libertarian Party and recruit new voters to that party who don't like big government Republicans or Democrats. And make the LP big and strong enough to compete with Republicans and Democrats in the future.
Bhoff Detroit: A New Beginning- Ron Paul 2008