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libertarian way. Libertarianism doesn't mean not needing some kind of arbitrator in a given situation when two parties think they have a legitimate claim to a property. What, perhaps, you fail to understand is that IF it is established that Ron Paul has a name on his trademark then the domain name ronpaul.com IS THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY of Ron Paul regardless on who the nominal owner is right now. Perhaps you don't agree with trademarks but that is another discussion.

What the current owners of the site are doing is that they are attacking Ron Paul's integrity and are using the reactionaries as leverage to pressure Ron Paul to drop the complaint. It's fair game but it's morally dishonest because they are counting the ignorance of some (regarding free markets and libertarianism) and it is evidence, to me, that they were never true supporters of liberty as they don't care pitting us against each other, they're the ones that don't care breaking their own principles (assuming that those principles were ever the principles of Liberty). Let's get this straight, it's not Ron Paul that's pitting us against each other, it's the owners of ronpaul.com by implying (falsely) that Ron Paul is somehow betraying his own principles.

"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom — go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, an