Allow them to participate, regardless of polling.
But come to think of it: All this talk of reform isn't really libertarian at all. The "libertarian" view might more radically be repeal of the office of the presidency, and, with that the repeal of both houses of Congress, the cabinets, the Supreme Court, and the rest of government. Yes, even national defense.
This post was inspired by OverStock.com's CEO Patrick Byrne talking about both parties engaging in "tinkering." See below.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
My OTHER Big Idea for Presidential Debate Reform: Allow Third Party Candidates to Participate
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