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To: ansel12

There is a difference. The difference is that on one end of the spectrum you have the Libertarian Party. On the other you have Randian Objectivists.

Just like the statism spectrum is defined by Marxism and Communism on one end, Fascism on the other.

Looking one-dimensionally, either Liberal/Conservative or Libertarian/Statist is too simplistic. It has to be looked at two-dimensionally.


51 posted on 10/10/2013 11:10:04 AM PDT by tanknetter
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To: tanknetter

That is just a lie, a new lie to sell the left’s agenda.

There is no war between the libertarians and the party they created, the party represents libertarianism in an actual political party agenda.

The war is between the libertarians fighting to destroy conservatism and conservatives, to overcome the Christian roots of America.

When Glenn Beck says that he is embracing the atheist Penn Teller’s libertarianism, Beck doesn’t mean that he just suddenly discovered conservatism’s economic and limited government goals.

“”Glenn Beck And S.E. Cupp Agree That GOP Must Accept Gay Marriage, But How?””

“Beck closed by noting that he recently had a conversation with libertarian entertainer and outspoken atheist Penn Jillette. He was encouraged by their agreement on the essential governing principles which would bridge the religious divide between them on the issue of same-sex marriage rights.”
“The GOP is getting there. That thought leaders like Cupp and Beck are warming to the notion of a more libertarian approach to the vexing social issues of the day is encouraging. There is plenty of work to be done, but the Republican party’s opinion leaders are on the right track.”


52 posted on 10/10/2013 11:31:50 AM PDT by ansel12
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