But the upshot of the article is that Johnson offers the only similar set of policy prescriptions to the Texas Congressman now that he has suspended active campaigning:
[Johnson's] utilitarian approach is fraught with these types of problems. Once you abandon the natural law premise, there is the danger that you will inadvertently justify a whole lot more government. Johnson’s ideas about foreign policy are the most cause for concern for Paul supporters, but there are others.
However, with a $4 trillion federal budget a virtual certainty with either Obama or Romney, Paul supporters have little to lose if Johnson is their only other choice. Do any of us?But, hey, I'll take it.