Thank you for your open and candid responses to my comments and questions. Disagreement does not concern me. I am concerned that I fully understand organizations with which I participate. Based on the responses, this is what I understand modern Libertarianism to be: A belief system that is exalted above god or country, affirms the perfectability of man and society by human efforts with neither aid nor restraint from God or government, which embraces humanistic enlightenment philosophy and denies the innate depravity of man. I do not think the term Libertarian applies to me any longer. Grace and Peace to You in Christ. Mrs M
Morality without false religious pretense. Imagine that. 😉
Slavery is illegal, witch trials are illegal, apartheid is illegal
Legal is more often a construct of justice not oppressors.
Get off your soap box
I have a question:Does the Libertarian Party believe that a Christian, one who professes faith in Jesus Christ and desires to live according to His Word, can be a productive and helpful member of this political party?If the only way for a Christian to be part of the Libertarian Party is to keep their mouth shut, please tell me where is Liberty? What principles do you represent?This is an honest question. I do not intend to agitate or anger anyone, but it is a valid question. I think many Libertarians do not understand Christians and vice versa.Mrs. M
"One may well ask: "How can you advocate breaking some laws and obeying others?" The answer lies in the fact that there are two types of laws: just and unjust. I would be the first to advocate obeying just laws. One has not only a legal but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that "an unjust law is no law at all.”" ~ Martin Luther King
Morality is often lawless. The only way to move forward in truth is to obey the law of Christ in the Scriptures.
“Law is often but the tyrant’s will and always so when it violates the rights of an individual” ~ Thomas Jefferson
Slavery is still legal. They just changed the name.
This party is going to shit...rapidly...that’s not what happened(and until the court has decided, it’s all speculation anyway)he wasn’t killed because he had a joint.
If you want to speculate
How about she sold him some weed and was going to roll on her since the breakup of their relationship and she killed him to shut him up. This is as equally as plausible as the BS you posted above. This is why we should wait to see how things turn out...kind of like why the Founding Fathers wrote all that stuff down about due process
Bless your hearts
What story is this in reference to?
It’s non issue. But you can lead the sheep like a charm. Equals, good portion are mildly retarded. Not politically correct but c’mon? Smear tactic
This from the same guy that drowned the entire planet because he didn't like them using the free will he gave them?If we expect this movement to be taken seriously, then we need to leave the fairytale nonsense out of the science behind cannabis.
Hollie Faith Simpson
Part of my libertarian beliefs....
This type of shitty fear mongering is why you'll never be a major party. Never.
God, you know it and I know it, but explain it to them before they come in with bullets flying.