Recently started realizing that I like libertarian values
I’ve considered myself republican all my life (I’m 22) because of my parents. I voted trump his first term. A few months ago I started feeling like I don’t support either party because I felt that they’re equally messed up and corrupt. I hadn’t really considered the libertarian party, because no one talks about it. I realized I considered myself conservative with libertarian leanings. However, when I found out Jo Jorgensen was a potential candidate- I read up on her and I agree with her standing pretty strongly. I feel like because the media only talks about republican or Democrat parties- she has a very small chance of winning- which is sad to me. I was wondering if anyone would be willing to send me some resources to learn more about libertarianism and why it’d be a better option than the others. I’m a firm believer in liberty, and I’m shocked how many people don’t consider it anymore. Libertarianism is very appealing to me but I’m finding it hard to find information on. Any resources and comments are appreciated.
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