1.) Ron Paul can be elected without a real coalition with progressives.
2.) Progressives in a coalition government would give Ron Paul complete control of all policy.
3.) The US will be composed of 60 consistent libertarians like Rand Paul if Ron Paul gets elected president.
4.) Progressives have no important policy in common with libertarians.
5.) Neither libertarians nor progressives are capable of principled compromises that can move both agendas forward simultaneously.
6.) The progressive agenda can move forward with plenty of funding while increasing the budget of the military industrial catastrophe.
7.) President Obama's re-election will mean that 60 Senators will cooperate with him on a truly progressive agenda.
8.) Ron Paul being nominated or dividing the Republican party convention somehow harms progressives' goals and benefits the Republican party.
9.) Progressives should never vote strategically to advance our agenda.
10.) Democratic party is a progressive political organization.