I’m just me. But people put labels on me. I resisted for a long time, then I begrudgingly accept some. I was a boy scout and I vote as some sort of sense of duty that a citizen of a nation can do a few basic things and I have some strong opinions about things but I never accepted any political labels. Then in 2014, I took a political compass test. It put me as ‘left libertarian”. I had no idea what that meant. Been learning bits and pieces ever since. On the scale, I’m very near the part that says “libertarian” and far away from “authoritarian”. I’ve taken the test 6 times since 2014 and I always end up there. So according to that and other tests I’d taken, I’m left wing libertarian.

I’m just me. But people put labels on me.
I resisted for a long time, then I begrudgingly accept some.
I was a boy scout and I vote as some sort of sense of duty that a citizen of a nation can do a few basic things and I have some strong opinions about things but I never accepted any political labels.
Then in 2014, I took a political compass test. It put me as ‘left libertarian”.
I had no idea what that meant. Been learning bits and pieces ever since.
On the scale, I’m very near the part that says “libertarian” and far away from “authoritarian”. I’ve taken the test 6 times since 2014 and I always end up there.
So according to that and other tests I’d taken, I’m left wing libertarian.

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