Comment: Yes

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1) inconsistent positions
Ex. calling for free agency while still endorsing taxation
2) common mis-association with anarchy or exclusively private domain
Ex. dismissing the virtue of public pledges and endowments to the higher good
(ex. free museums)
3) under-developed philosophy
Ex. if abolishing Social Security, would you otherwise put a dependent elderly person's life at risk?

IMO there is a better answer: "Dignitarianism" >
advocating the prerogative of individual choice concerning public domain
(ex. administrative office, military service or elementary education openly operating by citizen Trusts)
and the right to withdraw from abuse.

I further believe what all unprincipled ideologies share in common is the dismissal of individual benevolence as the standard for a civil society while sanctified by just law.