32) Of course you know, this means war

The Libertarian Enterprise
by L. Neil Smith

"Those within the Libertarian Party who support Barr see him as the
key to winning more publicity and more votes than they've ever managed
to get before now, and they evade the questions, 'Publicity for what?'
and 'Votes for what?' Certainly they will not be publicity and votes
for libertarianism, or even -- if we examine Barr's record -- for more
freedom. They're like farmers, irrationally raising a crop of black,
musty mildew because it's so much quicker and easier than raising
wheat or beans or corn. Why, the stuff -- mildew -- practically plants
and raises itself, and there's always more than anyone could possibly
ask for. Of course the trouble is that, in the end, all they've got is
mildew and nobody asks for it." (06/08/08)