Comment: yes, that would be my opinion.

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yes, that would be my opinion.

I've actually been bringing up this point for a long time. Thx. I believe, like judge nap, that the chain reaction of life begins when the sperm enters the egg. But, seeing as though we are a minority in politics, we have to make "compromises" to have the bigger tent. How much should we compromise? I don't know and can't speak for everyone. My personal belief: I am willing to share a tent with folks that at least believe abortion is a state issue. At least in my state I believe we have a chance to make some changes. As it stands now, according to the feds abortion is legal. Gary Johnson for example, even though pro abortion, still argued it was as state issue. We all know legislation at the federal level will not resolve this problem. As the good Dr Paul has wrote in his book, the only thing that will resolve this problem of abortion is a true moral, just and prosperous society. (paraphrase) Even just fixing the economy will save more babies then any piece of legislation could. I know compromise is a no no word, but we all do it to some degree. This leads me to my next point. Going back to your last comment. I will say that no you don't have to agree on everything to be Libertarian. We actually disagree on so very much. But the non aggression principal is definitely at the top. IMO Is is the most important and one that cannot be ignored. Rand is no doubt going to be the best choice in 2016, should he not be cheated out of the chance like his father. And there is a good chance he will probably get my vote despite his sanctions vote. But I think its important we continue to bring it up and keep that issue on the forefront. The more concern there is, the higher the likelihood he may react and change his mind. The sanctions vote is really one of the few things keeping many libertarians from jumping 100% on board the Rand train. And its important he knows it. Is that so wrong. We both know that LibPac scans DP regularly to check the "pulse" of libertarians.