I invited readers to toss out a statement of political philosophy for me to use as target practice. Mr. Fleming responded with an irrelevancy, not undeserved.
If I'm tossing up clay pigeons, I may as well toss this one...
Does anyone out there have an objection to a political system based on the philosophy that no one has the right to initiate force or commit fraud in the pursuit of personal or political goals?
That forms the basis of my philosophy for life and is the primary consideration I weigh when I vote for the person whom appears likely to infringe on my boundaries the least.