I figure things have to be a little bit confusing for you now.

There are so many things you’re not supposed to look at too closely.

You’ve got your party leadership telling you Socialism is just fine, now! Don’t look at Venezuela, though. That’s not real socialism.

Medicare for all is going to provide everyone with excellent healthcare! Don’t look at the chronic disfunction in VA hospitals, though. That’s not real government healthcare.

Late-term abortion is the new hotness! Don’t look at the broken little bodies, though. They’re not really human beings, and nobody wants them anyways.

They are all against hate and intolerance! Just don’t ask them to condemn anti-Semitism or refuse to associate with those calling for violence against Jews. That’s not real hate.

There’s no issue on the southern border! Don’t look at the collapsing towns struggling to deal with thousands of immigrants, though. That’s not a real crisis.

Here’s the thing.

I know that some of you are looking at all this, and you’re feeling uneasy.

I know, because I’ve been there.

I came at it from the other side.

I was a registered Republican for years. I had this idea about what the Republican party stood for. America. Freedom. Individual responsibility and respect. Limited government, because who in the world likes the idea of someone telling you how to live your life?

Then came the backpedaling, the bailouts, the sellouts. The excuses.

That’s when I started looking at things a little more closely… and I did not like what I saw. At all.

Ronald Regan once said, “I didn’t leave the Democratic Party. The party left me.”

That’s how I felt a few years ago. My views, my values, had not changed. In my case, it was the Republican Party that left me.

Thankfully, when I looked around, I realized I wasn’t alone.

I’m reaching out to you today because I think you might be where I was a few years ago. Coming to the realization that your party has left you.

Feeling left out. Left behind. Wondering if there’s anyone still out there who shares your values.

There are! The members of the the Libertarian Party.

The LP embodies some of the best principles of conservative thought and liberal tolerance. Principles that emphasize individual freedom, mutual respect, and limited government. Libertarian thought both hearkens back to the foundation of our country, and points the way to the future.

It’s a big tent. Come on in and say hello. Sit down and talk a bit.

I think you’ll be surprised at how much we really have in common with one another… once you take a look.