libertarian president in 2016 / parade, etc.

Marcy,

Maybe, Libertarians will not have to explain to young people that the
government that wants to rule their economic lives will come back to rule their
personal lives. The recent Supreme Court ruling against medical marijuana is
already destroying their personal and economic lives and the recent Supreme
Court ruling against private property will start destroying their personal and
economic lives soon. If the young people that are infatuated with modern
liberalism ever realize that liberals on the Supreme Court voted unanimously
against medical marijuana, maybe these young people will start to question modern
liberal philosophy. Unfortunately, American journalism and public education
will shift the blame for these Supreme Court rulings away from modern
liberalism to President Bush and the third-way disaster that passes for American
capitalism.

My criticism of modern liberalism is not an endorsement for neo-conservatism
or President Bush. President Bush and neo-conservatism are just as bad as
the modern liberals and modern liberal philosophy that I am complaining about.

Doug Newman describes himself as Christian and libertarian. Maybe his
website and articles could be helpful when dealing with the religious right. I
recently discovered Doug Newman's articles and website
_http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/_ (http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/) at
_http://www.strike-the-root.com/_ (http://www.strike-the-root.com/) Click
_http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/promote.html_
(http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/promote.html) to read a recent article by Doug Newman about the Supreme Court
ruling against medical marijuana.

All the best,

Don Fields

Don,

I stand corrected; the government *has* already come back to rule
personal lives, not just economic lives!

Thank you for citing the Doug Newman website. I am a serious
Christian, and a serious Libertarian. Personally, I do not feel
those two belief systems are contradictory, as are "liberal"
and "libertarian."

By the way, people taking the World's Smallest Political Quiz at the
Pride Celebration, often had no idea of the differences between
liberal and libertarian, between libertarian and anarchist, between
conservative and authoritarian, etc. We do need to put out more
blogs and brochures!

Regards,

Marcy

Marcy,

Maybe, Libertarians will not have to explain to young people that

the

government that wants to rule their economic lives will come back

to rule their

personal lives. The recent Supreme Court ruling against medical

marijuana is

already destroying their personal and economic lives and the

recent Supreme

Court ruling against private property will start destroying their

personal and

economic lives soon. If the young people that are infatuated with

modern

liberalism ever realize that liberals on the Supreme Court voted

unanimously

against medical marijuana, maybe these young people will start to

question modern

liberal philosophy. Unfortunately, American journalism and public

education

will shift the blame for these Supreme Court rulings away from

modern

liberalism to President Bush and the third-way disaster that passes

for American

capitalism.

My criticism of modern liberalism is not an endorsement for neo-

conservatism

or President Bush. President Bush and neo-conservatism are just as

bad as

the modern liberals and modern liberal philosophy that I am

complaining about.

Doug Newman describes himself as Christian and libertarian. Maybe

his

website and articles could be helpful when dealing with the

religious right. I

recently discovered Doug Newman's articles and website
_http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/_

(http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/) at

_http://www.strike-the-root.com/_ (http://www.strike-the-

root.com/) Click

_http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/promote.html_
(http://www.geocities.com/fountoftruth/promote.html) to read a

recent article by Doug Newman about the Supreme Court