Libertarianism as a movement is very much in favor of broad brush generalizations. Examples: 1.) Taxes = Stealing 2.) Less government = Better government Do they actually want no taxes? What should the little tax we pay be spent on? Should we be regulating food quality, or should we rely on the market for all quality control? Should we even have a centralized government, maybe every town in the country should rule itself, no uniform currency just a barter system. Should we be funding basic research (national science foundation) or should we just assume that companies will pursue all avenues of scientific study even if it isn't readily apparent that these studies have any monetary value. I'm tired of hearing all the generalized "the best government is a small government" "keep your hands off my money" crap. How would Libertarians run the country if they had the chance what would happen to all these programs currently funded by tax payers?