Comment: Transcription Error?

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Transcription Error?

Did he mean "libertarian" or "Libertarian"?

The first is a person with a preference for small government and individual freedom, and the second is a member of the political party or person registered to vote as one.

You don't have to be a libertarian to be a Libertarian. The only requirement to join the party is to pledge not to use force for political or social change. That means, you won't use government to force people to live by your values, for example.

Thus, both conservatives like Ron Paul, and liberals, and even Bob Barr, can become Libertarians, politically, joining together to defend each's rights to be what they want to be. Freedom brings us together.

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