How's that for commitment? Haha. I understand this perspective, especially when Stefan Molyneux explains it, however, in reply I say, "ok, when then?" I mean, things aren't going to get any peachier in the next four years with a bozo in the White House, so should we not try to elect a libertarian in 2016? Or 2020? If we wait for the ship to sink before offering a lifeboat there might not be anyone left to rescue. Regardless of who is in the driver's seat, they will be blamed for the woe of the masses- a Dem, a Repug, a libertarian. So what else is new? This cannot deter us. Plus, do we not believe things would start turning around within a four-year term if the philosophy we know is correct starts to be implemented? We need to do something NOW or there will be no future to worry about. Let the chips fall where they may. Some will blame libertarianism, some will praise it. That's how the game is played.
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