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I have no problem as a Liberal Democrat with Jill Stein running for President for the Green Party politically or philosophically. Because she would be lucky to get 1-5% of the vote for President. And that's assuming both Democrats and Republicans forget to vote. Perhaps both party's will pass laws at the last minute, prohibiting the other party from voting. Like those so-called bogus ( to be generous ) Voter ID laws.
Libertarian Gary Johnson, has a better opportunity to cost President Obama the election and philosophically I don't have a problem either, because she is the Socialist voice for President. ( Especially since contrary to to popular belief with the Tea Party, Barack Obama is actually not a Socialist )
Barack Obama is the Center-Left pragmatic Progressive candidate for President, but not liberal enough for me. And Mitt Romney is basically the Conservative candidate for President ( depending on which Mitt Romney he decides to be or even who he is talking to and campaigning for ) and you can argue whether Mitt is a Conservative to begin with. But that's a different discussion.
Gary Johnson is the real Liberal in the race, but he's running as a Libertarian. But Jill Stein is the real Socialist voice in this presidential election and a country as big as we are and politically diverse as we are, all of our political factions deserve a voice in politics. Which is the main weakness with our two party political system.