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A Conservative Libertarian in the United States is a person that adheres to the constitution as a libertarian does, but will do so in a conservative manner. Conservative Libertarians are conservative in political nature, such as foreign policy, homeland security, and economics while strictly interpreting the constitution as it states. They believe in free rights, liberty, and the opportunity for everyone to make it to the top. Conservative Libertarians leave it up to the individual to determine what is right and wrong for themselves, and leave it up to the states to deal with murder and unjustified actions. Conservative Libertarianism is also a political position that deals with morality and ethical beliefs, based that all men and women are created equal. It is also a political party that does not allow religious beliefs to get in the way of allowing all people (regardless of their background, ethical standpoints, religious standpoints, or sexuality) the promises of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Jim: Hey, John! Did you hear about conservative libertarians? They believe that it is up to the individual to decide what is right for themselves rather than making ridiculous laws that are aimed at 5 people, but directly effect the rest of the state's population! Like the 21 drinking age!

John: Yeah, I heard! And one of their best beliefs is to disregard all religious thinking when running the country to get things done, thinking on morality rather than religion.

Jim: Exactly! It's a shame that they haven't run the country yet because of the damn sheeple we have in this country...
by Chris (Moomba445) M. January 06, 2009
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