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What would you do?

What would you do to “respond” on a day in which you — one of North Carolina’s most visible “libertarians” –were confronted with one of the most wretched acts by “tyrants in power” in recent North Carolina history?

Why, write about events that happened 250 years ago, of course.

Come on, people of the Locke/Civitas/AFP Empire, speak up! Your silence on the dominant issue in our state is deafening. Sure, we know a lot of you are in the theocrat camp but we also know that many of you find what your buddies on Jones Street are doing to be reprehensible. Some of you have even admitted this in private.

Isn’t there one brave “libertarian” amongst you with the courage to stand up and speak out publicly, directly and forcefully for freedom and against the tyranny on display in the North Carolina General Assembly this week?  Just one?

After all, as someone once said, “doing the right thing means making difficult choices.”

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