This poll of prominent libertarians by Reason magazine reveals that many will be casting protest votes for Michael Badnarik, the Libertarian Party's presidential candidate and a potential Nader-esque spoiler for George W. Bush. NPR just profiled Badnarik for "Morning Edition," and this is the endorsement they got of him from a grad student supporter:
We think of course drivers' licenses and things are unconstitutional. And he doesn't have one. And he's been arrested several times for it, and he just will not submit to something that he thinks is wrong. I respect that. A lot of people think it's crazy, but the idea of having someone in this country who's actually willing to stand up for principle I think is worthy of respect, not of being laughed at.
That says it all, doesn't it? Protesting drivers' licenses?