It’s an amusing demonstration of the fact that many rules adopted to keep third-party candidates off the ballot are routinely waived or ignored when it comes to the two major parties. But I’m not sure this sends the right message — or is the best use of resources — given that one of Barr’s biggest problems is ballot access in several states. (His other problems are Sarah Palin and that Ron Paul press conference, as your humble servant has pointed out.)
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