Ron Paul wants 'none of the above' option on 2016 ballot
most of what he said is only in the video here:http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/31/politics/ron-paul-hillary-clinton-donald-trump-2016/index.html
Ron Paul, a 2012 Republican presidential candidate, says he won't vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, if the Republican and Democratic front-runners become the nominee of their respective parties.
"What I'd like to have on all of the ballots is 'none of the above,' " the former Texas congressman told CNN's Ashleigh Banfield on Thursday. "I'm not going to vote for those two for sure, they're too close together."
Paul also gave voters who are unhappy with the two front-runners some advice on voting in November.
"If you can't stand any of them, and you happen to be a dedicated progressive, you ought to make your vote count and vote for the Green Party, and if you happen to be a Libertarian than vote for the Libertarian party," Paul said.
Paul, whose son Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul dropped out of the presidential race in February, has not made any plans to endorse one of the three remaining GOP candidates.