The Libertarian Party's magazine is called "LP News". I realize that you don't understand how some people who actually believe in their principles would rather vote for what they want and not get it, than vote for what they don't want and get it. Fine. But there are also at least two strategic reasons to vote for the candidate that you actually like, even if it's profoundly unlikely they'll win. 1. In many states, getting a certain percentage leads to ballot access for a span of time without the cumbersome task of gathering petition signatures every year (part of the way the corrupt major parties try to protect themselves from competition). 2. There's a longer term strategy of sending a message to one or the other major party that if their nominee is lame enough, they'll lose support to third party candidates at the polls and lose as a result. I know that one's hard to grasp when we're told every four years like clockwork that "this is the most important election of our lifetime!!!1!" but it's still the case. Most of his supporters don't understand the consequences of what would happen were all of his plans to be implemented. You cannot add $97 trillion in spending without completely obliterating the economy. It would be a complete disaster that would make Argentina look like Singapore. And considering that the U.S. economy is the lynchpin of the global economy, we're talking about a major global depression. And you don't have to be libertarian to understand this, even CNN put the price tag of a Sanders administration at $60 trillion. That's what one is supporting by supporting him, and sorry, but that's insane in the membrane. Really? I had no idea that was your opinion.