Also, please take note: it is impossible to be a libertarian and against ableism.
IMPOSSIBLE. Seeing that most of the attacks against people with disabilities are waged via AUSTERITY MEASURES.
No, it is not impossible to be a libertarian and also be against ableism. My life is the proof of that, and I find the assertion of something which contradicts my reality to be offensive. Libertarianism is about maximising liberty to all individuals, not about allowing unlimited license for oppression of others. If that is what you think, then you need to learn more about libertarianism.
Why in practice, then, do libertarians only seem to be concerned with removing the legal structures which hamper the very very rich or which try to prevent the very very poor from starving/freezing to death?
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