What divides libertarians is often just degrees of liberty that should be allowed and tactics of how to achieve those ends. Mainly, libertarians argue over how to vote, or even if they should. Also, they argue over the minutiae of many minor disagreements, instead of finding where they have common ground. Instead, they should focus on how to move forward on what they agree on. So, I’m revisiting my conversation with Sean Boston to discuss some of the problems I see. And, you can find out more about Sean here.
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“We don’t always win when we are united, but we always lose when we are divided.”–Andrew Scheer
The Serious Problems with Voting
With all the problems going on in the election, we could’ve seen these issues if we weren’t willfully blind. Instead, we chose to ignore the issues we had with our system. So, now we have to move forward and offer real solutions to the problems we say.
Problems with Charging Abusive Cops With Murder
I’m not one to defend cops who abuse their power or use excessive force. In fact, I’m quite the opposite. But that said, I do think it’s overzealous and unwise to overcharge these cops. Instead of trying to return cruelty with vengeance, I think we should seek justice as it is in the law that time. Then, we can try to fix what we find unjust about the laws as they’re written when we can.
How to Vote is a Huge Part of What Divides Libertarians
This is a common tactical question for libertarians of many stripes. And, I think it’s a good question to ask? What is best? Should we stay out of the voting system? Should we infiltrate the other parties? Or, should we create our own and go that way? We have to answer these questions, and, stick to that plan.