I asked the same thing in one of my posts. Apparently, these Rand critics are satisfied trying to obtain their liberty on their own. They have no solution except to be morally superior than everyone else. They have nothing to contribute to the movement. They don't understand the concept of working slowly towards a common goal. I guess being an "ultra-libertarian" means no common goals, no compromise on ANYTHING, being the perfect anarchist, without any concern for the majority who doesn't agree with them.
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