Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Short and sweet

My go-to line to sum up the libertarian position has been "If two dudes want to get married I don't see why anyone has the right to stop them, and if they want to buy a wedding cake with trans fats in it I say let them."

This Glenn Reynolds piece says it better:

 Personally, I'd be delighted to live in a country where happily married gay couples had closets full of assault weapons.

In the ideal world Reynolds and I believe in, "When Americans aren't sure what to do about something, they give the tie to freedom."


  1. I'd only be delighted if they also had "high capacity magazines", or as liberals like to say, "big magazine clip ammo things".

    It's a deal breaker for me.

  2. Surprisingly, I'm not opposed to that, but to what indoctrinating teachers will say to inappropriately young kids as Dennis Prager points out. So until then, I'm siding with the everything but marriage act like Washington passed. But to really solve the issue, I'd like to see separation of state and marriage.