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Do you even know what partisan means?
I explained what your new ideology represents, I didn't mention any others or that you are wrong.
Not my fault I am pointing out stuff you don't like about your new party, maybe you should pick a different one.
A lot of straw men on this thread. Good on you for joining the Libertarian party Bourne. I am not a member but definitely am one.
You can't put libertarians into a neat little box, like many people here and elsewhere want to do. There are many factions and ideas within it. If you want to put it in a box think economically conservative and socially liberal. We like freedom. Not every libertarian is in favor of "open borders" @Spookycolt, but in an ideal world, yes open borders because the government should not have control over the supply of labor. It's a free market issue. But, you can't have open borders and a welfare state at the same time. So as long as there's that, there is no way for it to be viable. There is a way to incentivize legal immigration right now by streamlining the immigration process, a Libertarian stance. Not open borders. Don't trust me, trust the Libertarian website.
https://www.lp.org/issues/immigration/A truly free market requires the free movement of people, not just products and ideas.
Whether they are from India or Mexico, whether they have advanced degrees or very little education, immigrants have one great thing in common: they bravely left their familiar surroundings in search of a better life. Many are fleeing extreme poverty and violence and are searching for a free and safe place to try to build their lives. We respect and admire their courage and be proud that they see the United States as a place of freedom, stability, and prosperity.
Of course, if someone has a record of violence, credible plans for violence, or acts violently, then Libertarians support blocking their entry, deporting, and/or prosecuting and imprisoning them, depending on the offense.