Comment: Anarchism not Libertarianism

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Anarchism not Libertarianism

Anarchy is a subset of libertarianism; an extreme libertarianism. Constitutional libertarianism is a different product. You confuse the two concepts. Libertarianism works with a system. A system, whether a cell, nation, or planet, has a protective surface or border. Anarchists don't believe in borders. Try winning a race or even surviving in a boat with a leaky hull.

Things like budgets that conservatives sometimes care about and urban sprawl that liberals fret about are beyond management with open borders allowing the flow of anyone who thinks they can do better than back home until a negative worldwide equilibrium in the standard of living is a attained here.

Unlike anarchists, constitutional libertarians note that the Constitution delegates our elected representatives with powers to establish and protect borders and immigration whether or not the sitting President chooses to observe those laws or establish unequal enforcement of those laws.