Crossroads? Johnson/Weld vs. Invisibility?

It is people who are elected & make decisions, not libertarian purity.

The actual choice is between more or less libertarian people, who are elected in other terms than ideology.

Failure to recognize this results in the election of statist people, who make ststist decisions and do statist things.

People who are elected and make decisions without the benefit of a strong commitment to libertarian ideology (i.e., to the idea that people should be free to live their lives free from legal coercion so long as their choices do not involve the initiation of force or fraud against others) are likely to make poor decisions that further restrict freedom, or at best fail to champion it, especially when they are surrounded (in office) by those who see personal benefit from their participation in a system which imposes statism on society and fail to grasp how much better off they as well as their families, children, and others, could be in a free society.

Love & Liberty,
                                 ((( starchild )))