“In my family, we’ve had to talk about some of the difficult choices. I hope we won’t ever have to make them, but if and when the time comes, we will.
“We will make those decisions about our family, our loved ones ourselves. No government bureaucrat will do it.
“Because we will have to live with it. And that’s the essence of Libertarianism, folks: I decide for my life, I live with the consequences. And you have the same freedom.”
So writes Rachel Hawkridge in an article for Examiner.com, ” Libertarianism 101: How to Lower Health Care Costs. Rachel is a Seattle libertarian activists and a regional rep on the Libertarian National Committee.