The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is Liberty Itself

How can it be that conservatives are so preoccupied with restraints on sexual freedoms while simultaneously claiming to be for smaller government?  Conversely, those who favor every kind of liberty when it comes to sex find themselves very much at home with big government.  Why is this?

For one, “Sexual liberty” is a narrow view of liberty which ecompases much more than merely the freedom to follow our natural instincts to procreate with no more concern for the consequences than dogs.  A young man with an entrepreneurial spirit wanting to start a business of his own will learn very quickly that liberty outside of free-for-all sex is an illusion as he encounters an army of unfeeling and uncaring bureaucrats armed to the teeth with volumes upon volumes of regulations that they intend to enforce.

But we as a people have grown use to a government that has taken on the persona of Mother.  “Don’t do that little Johnny, you might fall!”  “Make sure you eat your organic vegetables little Susie… so you can be a healthy girl”.  “Make sure you wash your hands… Hold onto that handrail…  Put your seatbelt on… Don’t spray the glass cleaner in your eyes…” and on and on.

We all must admit that the thoughts of no Mama-government to hold our hands and halt traffic for us evokes a certain amount of insecurity.  There is a comfort in Mother’s mandate that we stay on her side of the street where she can keep an eye on us, and us out of trouble; all the while consoling us that we can self-gratify sexually as we wish, under the protection of her skirt.

But true liberty calls from across the street.  She beckons the young man come to the neighborhood of uncertainty where she resides, wherein he might discover his destiny, reach his potential and outside of which he will never be anything but his Mama’s little government boy.

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