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As they convene in Florida, Libertarians hope to exploit frustration with main parties

As they convene in Florida, Libertarians hope to exploit frustration with main parties

Nicholas Sarwark, the chair of the Libertarian Party, likens his political movement to a cataclysmic chunk of space rock.

And he means that as a good thing.

Say you're a fan of the Washington's NFL franchise, as his wife is. "If you see the Cowboys and the Eagles play, you don't care who wins," he said in an interview Friday morning. "You kind of wish both could lose. Maybe a meteor could hit the stadium?"

"This is the opportunity for the American people to vote for the meteor," he said.

Such is the role Libertarians are looking to play this election year, as large swaths of voters...

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