From the Tennessean on October 21:
“’If you always do what you’ve always done, what makes you think that you are going to get something different from what you’ve always gotten?’
“The 2016 presidential election is the ultimate posing of this rhetorical question.
“Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson is the choice for Americans who want to make our government work for us, and not for the political class. He is the best choice to get something different from what we’ve been getting, and give America’s government back to the people.
“Johnson’s rhetoric is far more measured than the other two candidates who appear on every presidential ballot in the United States, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, and has consequently gotten little national media interest.
“But Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, is the epitome of a man who lets his actions speak, not his boasts.
“’Fixing America is not an insurmountable task. It’s actually about putting people first rather than politics. I wouldn’t be involved in this if I didn’t think that we can make a difference, and that it is easy, it’s really easy to be principled and put the issues first and politics last.’”
“He is a man of experience, toughness, character, and humility.
“Washington, and all of America, would benefit from the kind of change he would bring.”