Friday, January 18, 2013

The absolute Greatest Definition of "Conservative-Libertarian" evah'!!

Unlike liberal-tarians, libertarians of the right care about America's heritage

From Eric Dondero:

Spotted at Sean Hannity's on-line Forum, in the "Definition: Libertarian/Republican" thread. Posted by Conan.
I found people can approach libertarian from different angle. I seen few liberals that are libertarian. Conservative libertarians want to preserve their culture while liberaltarians just don't care about culture heritage etc. Which I don't have that much of problem with least they are not using government to force their agenda. So I don't view them as threat like I do with progressives.

Does any of this make sense?
Yes, Conan, it makes all the sense in the world. That sums up pre-fuckin'-cisely the difference between us here at and others in the libertarian movement, like the Cato crowd, Reason, and the majority of members of the Libertarian Party.


jgeleff said...

How can anybody say that Libertarians don't care about preserving their culture? It's a ridiculous assertion.

Eric Dondero said...

I said it, and I stand by it. And it's not "Libertarians." It's left-Libertarians.

Rational Nation USA said...

Really? We must stick to generalities and demonize anybody and anything that differs from our view.

How progressive or facist can one get. Take your pick, whichever applies. After all, at the end of the day the result is one and the same. Continued polarization.

Les Carpenter
Bringing Reason to the Unreasonable
The Right in MA.