Sunday, November 15, 2009

No Such Thing as Pro-War Libertarian

The Skeptical Eye has a great post. In addition to slamming pro-war Wayne Allyn Root, Skeptical Eye says:

Libertarians are militantly antiwar without exception. There is absolutely no such thing as a pro-war "libertarian."

If you've ever met a self-described "libertarian" who supported the invasion of Iraq (cough), guess what? He is just another delusional conservative who does not know the meaning of term.

"Libertarian" of course is just a word, and anyone can use a word. But anyone who is calling himself a "libertarian" while supporting wars of aggression, military intervention or foreign aid is in complete contradiction with the most basic tenets and history of libertarian philosophy.

Hell, even looking up the word "libertarian" in the dictionary is enough to show that a pro-war libertarian is a complete oxymoron if there ever was one.

Look hard enough and you probably be able to find a pro-war "libertarian," just as you may be able to find a pro-life Marxist. What more is there to say? They're freaks.


Read the entire post.


Eric Dondero said...

I think you've got your head up your ass.

Title of the article should have read "No such thing as a Pacifist Libertarian." Or, better yet "No such thing as a Girlie Man Libertarian."

Real Libertarians believe in fighting back against the Islamo-Fascist horde, not bending over and letting them fuck us up the ass like the Girlie Man faux "Libertarians" would just luuuuuuv to have happen to them.

Eric Dondero said...

Yupper, we Pro-War Libertarians are just "Conservatives," alright.

We're so Conservative that we support crazy ideas like:

Drug Legalization
Legalization of Prostitution
Immediate Repeal of all Seat Belt Laws
Ending any and all Smoking Bans
Swinger's Rights
Abolishing the IRS
and abolishing just about every Government Agency in Existence save the United States Military and Border Patrol.

Yup, we'd sure be welcome at a Mike Huckabee event alright, since we're sooooo "Conservative."

Eric Dondero said...

Hey Jerkoff,

Only the Pro-War position, fighting back against Islamo-Fascism is consistent with libertarianism.

Anti-War is entirely inconsistent with libertarianism. It invites Islamo-Fascism to take control of our country and impose Sharia Law.

Sharia Law would allow for the ultimate in intolerance: Stoning of "loose women," outlawing of all Drugs, cutting off the genitals of Gays, and a ban on all Free Speech.

How's that consistent with libertarian objectives of tolerance and live and let live??

Eric Dondero - 25 Year + Libertarian Party member, former Libertarian National Committeeman, and Personal Aide to two former Libertarian Party Presidential candidates (Roger MacBride 1976 & Ron Paul 1988).

Eric Dondero said...

Yeah, we Pro-War Libertarians are so "obsure," that Libertarian Republican, the premiere Pro-War Libertarian blog on the web, now regularly gets 1,000 unique visitors a day.

And, run by Pro-Defense libertarian Ed Morrissey is now at the 50,000 a day range.

Other Pro-War Libertarians who've gained popularity recently: Dennis Miller, Neal Boortz, Glen Beck, Michelle Malkin, and Sarah Palin.

Jeez, that's really an "obscure" bunch there.

Clay Barham said...


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SE said...

Hey Dumbdero,

To be pro-war is to be pro-state, which makes you NOT a libertarian. Get it? You sick pro-war-criminal troll.