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Libertarians' Awkward Bedfellows

OldMexicanblog Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 2:07 PM
Re: LastStand, -- Yes, there's no reason to be "morally suspect" of people who see drug use and gay sex as being "socially acceptable". -- Absolutely there's no reason. You just want to assume there is because you're morally bankrupt yourself, plus incapable of engaging in valid logical discourse. You can be in favor of allowing people to do (as they please as long as they don't step on other people's rights); that does not mean you would be in favor of doing everything under the sun. I can abhor certain behavors and never engage in performing them, but that does NOT give me LICENSE to curtail other people's rights to engage in such behaviors.
Earl29 Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 2:20 PM
The censure of society in setting norms is acceptable; the brute force of government to do the same is not.

Last week, Conservative pundit Ann Coulter told me and a thousand young libertarians that we libertarians are puss- -- well, she used slang for a female body part.

We were in Washington, D.C., at the Students for Liberty conference, taping my TV show, and she didn't like my questions about her opposition to gay marriage and drug legalization.

"We're living in a country that is 70 percent socialist," she says. "The government takes 60 percent of your money. They take care of your health care, your pensions ... who you can hire ... and you (libertarians) want to suck up to...