Ron Paul's campaign has rebuffed the Libertarian Party's resolution and denied, again, that he'll run in the fall if he loses the GOP nomination.
Paul spokesman Jesse Benton said it would not happen. "Ron has no intention to run third party whatsoever," he said.
But there's progress in the most-underreported third party bid of the season. Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney—her of cop-punching and huge, scary entourage fame—made a stop in Iowa to promote her Green Party presidential bid.
"In most places my audience have been small on the Green side and large on the independent thinking side," McKinney said. She also noted that the Ron Paul movement is "wonderful for the Greens, because people are thinking independently."
"We're on the wrong track on just about every issue that concerns our way of life," says McKinney, putting the war at the top of the list.
If Paul passes on a third-party run, McKinney will bid for pieces of his coalition. I have no idea how successful she'd be, but you couldn't find two more antipodal personalities outside of a Justice League-Injustice Gang match-up.