He has some good ideas on taxes, and eliminating some government agencies in favor of more local control, but I can't support him. For one, it is my opinion he injects too much of his religion into his political aspirations. It's best the two stay apart, other than to answer, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. I'd just leave it at that.
Secondly, anyone who says they haven't thought about allowing people to carry firearms "without a license", and wants to know more, well they should be schooled in the difference between a "right" and a "privilege". If I have to ask anyone, pay a fee, get a license, etc. I am being granted a PRIVILEGE by someone who has authority to grant me that privilege. I don't have to ask anyone to exercise a "right", since there is no higher authority to ask besides myself.
If he thinks one should get permission from the government to 'keep and bear arms' then he clearly doesn't know the difference between a right and a privilege. The last time I read it, it didn't say, "...the PRIVILEGE to keep and bear arms...", it said, "...the RIGHT of the people to keep and bear arms..."
And thirdly, anyone who can be so duped by HBO and Sacha Cohen don't seem to me to be up to speed. How could he have been so gullible? I mean even if I didn't watch HBO (which I don't), and didn't know the Borat character, or Cohen, within 30 seconds of tape rolling, I would have known what they were doing and just walked off camera. And then he complains to who? THE GOVERNMENT! (FCC). Please take care of me government, I made a stupid mistake.
I could educate him a little bit, but I can't support him, and none of the others so far.