@ Lohman: I agree that Rocky Anderson is the best answer. He is a statesman as eloquent, intelligent, and ethical as Thomas Jefferson. However, it appears that Rocky Anderson is reluctant to make a commitment at this time to continue to lead our movement for justice in 2016. I hope he wasn’t disappointed in the election results. I know he devoted so much time and so much of his own money to this campaign. Who could blame him for losing heart.
But for such a late entry into the Presidential campaign with virtually no finances, he reached and moved thousands of voters, creating name recognition throughout the country.
Unless Rocky commits now to run in 2016, in my opinion the Justice Party will not survive: it is Rocky’s party; it needs his involvement now more than ever. That is my honest opinion. Sorry: I do not mean to offend any individual involved in the party. But Rocky’s continued involvement and commitment to the Party as its Presidential candidate for 2016 is critical. If he fails to pick up the gauntlet now, the campaign is over for 2016. The volunteers we have thus recruited will soon fade away.
The Barefoot Accountant