In the greater liberty movement, you’ll find more often than not that our candidates running for office are also our most vocal activists. But is that the best way to approach running for office?
It’s not uncommon to see a candidate run for office and then lose, only to then become even more vocal. As an example, when Ron Paul lost his bid for the presidency in 2008 and 2012, he became even more outspoken about it than before.
Today, we go back to 2020 when Larry Sharpe joined the program to help outline how both candidates and activists are needed in the great liberty movement, and how each serves very different/unique roles in the greater scheme of things.