Before, I posted a limited critique of both parties, or mistakes people who end up voting for both parties can often make in their thinking.
Well, there’s Ron Paul. Like many libertarians, he’s enough a part of the establishment to make political sense. I am refreshed every time I hear a public criticism of our government being too large, and I admire his career.
Like many libertarians, though, he’s out there just far enough that I get worried he’s too committed to ideas that may be logically inconsistent, and not always politically feasible. He’s been an outsider for a long time.
If actually elected, we’d be goverened by a tiny, chaotic, suddenly powerful group of people who’ve never had many of their ideas practially applied, and that doesn’t sound pretty. A more sane Ross Perot maybe?
Anyways, here’s a political test (updated link). Maybe I’m not a libertarian after all.