I'd like to step past the luring/baiting and have a 'real' conversation too about Libertarianism.

As a person who aligned myself with the Green party for many years (and still hold those ideals) and worked with Libertarians on mutual causes such as ballot access, what are your thoughts about certain 'social' issues like education, health care and support for people who are unable to work due to health reasons (mental or physical)? I am asking from the standpoint of people who don't have the means to pay for private school or health insurance or can support themselves (feed and cloth) without an income.

Your big post above, Greger, is well put and speaks my mind. Thank you.
Much anger and resentment has been aimed at the Green Party too. I know I've been the butt of it plenty of times.

"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass...it's about learning how to dance in the rain."