Where did you go? =<
If you get a chance, feel free to proofread/comment on my recent article here-http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=254113. I would appreciate your insight.
Please help! I'm counting on RPF! http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=251175
Thanks, you too!
I'm a fan of your posts man - I find myself in agreement with what you say here. The voice of the Christian libertarian. =] Please continue to post and keep strong in the fight. Godspeed.
Thanks Clay -- what a kind thing to say!
Ron Paul was probably my first major influence away from a sort of neocon-lite (or maybe pro-war, conservative-libertarian) perspective. I initially agreed with him on just about everything but the wars, and perhaps the war on drugs. Because I agreed with him so much on other issues, I started listening and thinking carefully about what he was saying on these issues, and changed my position.
From that point, I don't think I had a single clear influence. There was a lot of introspection about the question of moral taxation, and bits and pieces of information from here and there.
I believe I said that I supported the NAP before I'd heard of Free Talk Live, but I think I first heard the term "voluntaryist" from them.
I really like the way you present yourself here. You handle yourself very well in just about every situation, and make a really good case for voluntaryism. I really try very hard to learn from much of what you say.
I was just curious, what were your major influences in terms of waking up to liberty?
thank you for continuing to stand up for principles of individual liberty, even though it's not popular around here. I wish I had as much patience as you do!
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Hey charrob! Sure, I'd be happy to continue the discussion. It's always enjoyable talking to intelligent, open minded people like yourself.
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