Some people act as though I should be embarrassed or ashamed for expressing my support for liberty. Isn't that backwards?
I am embarrassed for people who I see blindly parroting support for The State, it's agents, and the various programs done in its name. I think "Don't they understand what they are saying? Don't they see what they are really supporting?"
No, most of them don't. And they don't want to. It would be inconvenient or even painful.
But, I realize I am in the minority. When it comes down to it, each of us is a minority of one. No one completely agrees with me on anything. And that's fine. It's what liberty is all about- you do your thing and I'll do mine- as long as neither of us attacks or steals or trespasses on private property.
That's not a stance I can be ashamed for promoting. I can't be embarrassed for doing the right thing. I can't act as though it is a horrible skeleton in my closet.
Nope. I'll shout it from the mountaintops. Or rooftops. Depending on where I find myself standing.
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