Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson will be speaking to Ron Paul supporters at a festival in Tampa days before the Republican convention in August.
The festival is one of three planned by different organizers, for the days leading up to the convention.
He'll probably get a better reception, than if Rand Paul appeared.
I consider Johnson Ron Paul-lite and Rand Gary Johnson-lite. Johnson certainly would be better as president than Romney or Obama, but he has no firm grasp of libertarian principles. Although he talks a half decent game, he never freed those convicted of drug crimes, from the state of New Mexico while he was governor. In fact, he, until recently, proclaimed that one of his major achievements in New Mexico was making the prisons more efficient.
If one considers the only use for politics at the present time is spreading the libertarian message, Johnson is not the one. He barely understands libertarianism himself.
It's going to be an easy year to not vote.