I like the VA action plan. But #Johnsonweld
have a plan to clean up ALL sick government bureaucracies too. I continue to distrust Trump who only started to talk this way AFTER he decided to be president and his history is not one of a conservative. Gov. Christie of NJ featured here, is about the best NJ could do for a Republican leader but most people (it is a liberal state - like NY) do not realize his judicial appointments have been STACKED with liberals. He mouths conservatism and ACTS on liberalism.
Jeff Miller reflects his constituency who are currently in love with Trump's rhetoric. They love Christie too, but, like Trump, have NO CLUE of his real policies. I believe their "tough talk" style hides a lot of their liberal intent.
I am supporting the Libertarian candidates until it is proven to me they have no mathematical chance of winning. Johnson and Weld are two experienced former governors of major states who have a tally of over 1000 vetoes under their belts and a solid record of defense of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Trump has no such record. Something near 60 percent of all voters are NOT HAPPY with either Hillary or Trump. I believe this is one chance in 100 years to break the Democrat/Republican Establsihment Lobby Teams that run the nation. I believe this Libertarian option will provide executive leadership in difficult times and bring down the overreach of government. I do not see this with Trump or Hillary. Even Bush failed in this task miserably with expansion of Federal Education control AND the TSA overreach AND the complex overreach of Homeland Security.
I believe Trump made it clear the Republican party is an establishment vestige of dual - lobby controlled, crony capitalism in bed IN BED with the Democrats and Trump chose to be a part of the problem.
Yet - if ... AND ONLY IF ... the Libertarians are CRUSHED by Trump's and Hillary's ESTABLISHMENT billions - I will hold my nose and vote for Trump. Hillary is a solid FIVE PERCENT worse than Trump. So Trump at that point, would be my best option.