Does the Libertarian Party need to be a conservative party?
The U.S. Libertarian Party is great at challenging deficit spending, the war on drugs, and aggressive foreign policy. It’s also a great thing that they promote transparency, free trade, privacy, and individual rights.
But the LP starts to lose people like ‘my Grandma’ when they start campaigning about eliminating or reducing the Department of Education, the HUD, the EPA, medicaid, social security, and other things people of this nation rely on.
Does the Libertarian Party have to be a strictly Conservative Party? Wouldn’t it be better to unite Conservatives, Moderates, Liberals, Leftists, and people of all fiscal beliefs behind a message of individual rights, privacy, transparency, non-interventionism, and no deficit spending?
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