by Eric Peters
Eric Peters Autos
Libertarians face a tough choice this fall – chiefly because Libertarians have no desire to choose a “leader” for themselves or anyone else. The ideal choice would be to not have to choose at all. For us each to make choices for ourselves only – and leave everyone else alone.
Unfortunately, we’ll be forced to make a different choice. Note the italics.
We’ll be forced to choose.
Voting in a coercive/collectivist society – which is the type of society we live in – is a defensive act. Like putting up your hands when someone throws a punch at you. Sometimes, you have to do it. When you haven’t got any other choice.
Voting for Trump may fall into this category.