Libertarians everywhere have to decide what they think of Ron Paul, and as he runs the president yet again, it's dividing opinion perhaps even more than four years ago. (When I say "libertarians" I am using an inclusive definition that includes folks such as Robert Anton Wilson and myself -- not just the "if you don't like Ayn Rand, you can kiss my ass" folks).
I wish Wilson was around to weigh in, but in the meantime, all manner of other folks have interesting things to say. Will Wilkinson, more of a classical liberal than an anarchist, says Paul is an embarrassment to libertarians. Matt Welch offers a qualified defense. I thought leftie Charles Davis was interesting.