How conservative/liberal/etc can one be in their personal life before it affects any libertarian views?
I’ve considered myself political libertarian for years now. I have my share of strong personal values I will stand by, but many of them, were they to become backed by law, I’d just shrivel up and die.
For example, I lean heavily pro-life. I consider myself quite religious. As a kindergarten teacher by profession, I’m all about “the sweet little children deserve an education!!!” I honestly have a lot of sympathy, if not action, toward conservative-learning values and issues.
I’m not asking if these values make me a libertarian or a fascist or some obscure political party or whatever; rather my thought experiment is how far could a self-proclaimed libertarian stand by their personal values before they were forced to choose between them and libertarianism.
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