Frequent readers will know that unlike most other libertarian blogs, I have not plastered the site with hopeful articles and endorsements for Ron Paul. I have always been 99% supportive of his work in Congress and was happy to have him there. But I resisted even registering in the Arizona primary to vote for him. Arizona requires that to vote in a primary, I have to register as belonging to that party, and I am just not going to do that.
Part of my reluctance to jump on the bandwagon has been my general disaffection with politics and some ambivalence as to whether my elected overlord is from Coke or Pepsi. The rest, I think, was a subliminal fear of supporting any Libertarian candidate because they always seem to turn out to be wing-nuts. QED.
Update: The excuse that he didn't know what was in a series of ghost-written newsletters is just ridiculous. I will accept that excuse for one issue, a mistake in selecting partners (I am sure there are bloggers out there who regret guest-blogger selections) but a long series of newsletters implies tacit approval or at least acceptance.