And the Libertarian Party is certainly not going to be an exception. I don't know who makes up the LP as it is today, but they certainly don't seem to have their fingers on the pulse of American thinking.
Right now, we're faced with the question of whether we want to be a country or not. Up until this year, the Dems, Reps, and the LP have pretty much been in agreement that no, we don't want to be a country. We want to be some kind of Legion of Superheroes that runs the whole world, directly or indirectly. Our policies, foreign and domestic, are designed to do what's good for the whole of humanity, not what's good for Americans. Indeed, the thought that our government should put America first is being defined by the MAG (Media, Academia, Government) as some new version of fascism, Naziism, even, and certainly racism and bigotry.
The Democrats, with the blessing of the Establishment Republicans, have sent their street thugs out to burn American flags, wave Mexican flags, and physically attack Trump supporters, to demonstrate their outrage that Trump is running as an American patriot. They show with their actions what Paul Ryan said with words about American patriotism, "That's not who we are."
Actually, making sure that we get only the best immigrants, and cutting the best trade deals for American workers, and having a foreign policy that puts American interests first and avoids pointless, counterproductive wars is certainly who I am,
So from my perspective, the policies of Hillary and her Democrats, the anti-Trump Republican Establishment, and the spergy narcissists of the LP are pretty much all the same — keep selling American sovereignty out, move towards globalism on every front, keep the Middle East unstable and dangerous as possible, and make sure Zuckerberg and his Wall Street pals make big money.
And to show its solidarity with such Globalist dogma, the LP has nominated a pothead and a liberal Republican. Now give this a read...
From Libertarians Against The Libertarian Party [link]: