Are you fighting for something or are you fighting against what others are fighting for?Submitted by Lars on Wed, 09/05/2012 - 11:18
I guess most here would agree that the liberty movement should be about freedom for everybody to do what they want as long as they don't harm others (broadly put).
Then why are so many fighting other people's ideas?
If I don't like someone else's idea, why fight it? Why not stay quiet and let them get on with it? If I am right and they don't succeed then so what? But what if they do succeed because they knew something I didn't know or they make something happen that I didn't expect?
Is Ron Paul not an example of what is possible if you go with what you believe in for long enough and have enough passion to see it through?
Why not vote up, bump and comment what you like and let the rest be? Isn't that the best way of being a liberty activist not just in words but also in action?
"Whenever I hear, "It can't be done," I know I'm close to success." --Michael Flatley:
"People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it." --George Bernard Shaw