>Do you have a critique of Rep. Paul's position? Paul is my favorite
>Congressperson as well, manifesting in a politician all what I think is
>right about classical liberalism.
>Like opposition to the Drug War, is this an oppurtunity for unity amongst
>the left and the libertarian right? From the position of individual
>liberties and a free-market, I also oppose US Imperialism including a
>potential war in Afghanistan.
>I guess I'm wondering if the left can see past our
>[libertarians] "fetishes" with the RKBA and privacy, e.g., to fight a
>If you reply and want it onlist, feel free to include these questions.
Ron Paul has some extremely nutty opinions. He's a goldbug and something of a theocrat. But I agreed with much of what he said there, and I'm happy to join with libertarians on anti-imperial and pro-civil liberties initiatives. Hey, I used to be one.