Libertarianism is medicine, not food. It’s good for treating the fever of nanny statism when taken in small doses. But unfortunately, many buy libertarianism on street corners and from creepy drug lords like Ayn Rand, who lace it with all sorts of powerful and addictive toxins that warp the mind and heart and make its slaves insane.
If you must do Libertarianism, use it responsibly and let someone else drive the state while you are high, detoxing, or in rehab. Also, as reader Deacon Nathan Allen, use only with guidance of a Doctor–of the Church.