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Ironic

Why is this becoming an issue. Why is it not libertarian to expect, no demand, corporations label contaminated and toxic food. This means, by deduction, that to be libertarian is to consume food, and give it to your children, in the full knowledge that you may be poisioning yourself and your children. And this is 'libertarian' by "not forcing your opinion on others"..others? meaning the acceptance that corporations are in fact people (others)?. Isn't this somewhat absurd in the extreme.

Why do people insist on attaching labels to themselves. Political labeling is the very thing that keeps the two party illusion in power.
When people wake up and turn to the liberty movement, are they to be restrained by some definition of what being a libertarian is, according to some unwritten quidelines, or some groups perception of how a libertarian should think and act..is it not enough to be a constitutionalist. Would not adhering to the constitution of itself make you a libertarian. A term that in my opinion at least carries too much baggage, in that it conjures up preconceived notions in the minds of those not aware, a concept that is readily utilised by opposing factions and the MSM to proliferate such thinking.

Make no mistake, there's only two factions in play here and now, and that's the status quo and the constitutionalists, and the reality is, if your not part of the solution, then your part of the problem.
Time to pull together and embrace all support regardless of labels. Look what a common loud voice has achieved already in the defence of the 2nd amendment. Forget the labels and the restraints, the definitions and the rules, and stand as one against any form of tyranny.

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