“I’m always the guy to advocate for lower ages. I just believe that the lower the age the better you come to grips with what these substances are,” the Libertarian Party presidential candidate said.
“If you can go to Iraq and die, or Afghanistan and die as a service man or women at 18, and you can’t drink — I’m sorry I don’t buy into that.”
“Hypothetically no, there shouldn’t be [a drinking age],” Johnson said, “but the lower the age the better.”
For those who don’t know, the reason that the drinking age is 21 is because the federal government has bribed the states. Those states that had a lower drinking age were denied transportation fundung until they raised the legal drinking age to 21.