It seems there has been a debate recently in Libertarian Land regarding the male/female ratio of the libertarian population.
), an ambitious young libertarian who has supped delicately at the Koch teat for some time, finally ending up at the Koch-supported Freedomworks. ), she presumably understands the nature of her job but her enthusiasm for the specialness of her political group sees to carry her past this little road bump in her idealism's path.) Borowski told her viewers that few women are libertarians because women are passive and submissive.
(As we all know, Freedomworks is a grassroots-activism-for-hire company, providing a populist veneer to plutocrat activities. Sarah Skwire and Steve Horwitz responded at Bleeding Heart Libertarians (no, I've never head of it either), taking Borowski to task for her sexist attack on other libertarian women.
They want to make their own rules, follow their own moral code, create their own art, gain power and influence through their own political action but they can't.
The rules, morals, art (propaganda), power and influence on their side is controlled by the wealthy, for the wealthy's very own benefit.
Obviously Borowski is accustomed to working at the shallow end of the intellectual and moral pool (after all, P.
Suderman, boy rat-f*cker, used to work at Freedomworks).
But "art" is the creation of a connection from the artist to the viewer. Do you want that alphabetically, or north to south?
The artist attempts to express his own emotional/intellectual life through his work and the viewer interprets the work through his own emotional/intellectual prism. Asperger's is definitely overrepresented in the community, and with it, various nerdy obsessions. What libertarian guys are not, in my experience, is selfish cads. Some of my best friends are libertarian men, and I even married one.
They rant about the same thing as social conservatives because they are reflexively anti-liberal but unlike conservatives they see no reason why they should publicly conform to tribal boundaries.