Logical fallacy. Doesn't matter how many people accept an idea, that doesn't make the idea factually true.You get an Amen. I hate political theory (it isn't really philosophy), but certain things they are say ARE the basis of Western politics...and pretty "self evident" as it were. Like the idea "inallienable" human rights.
On religion, keep it separate from political ideals. There is no direct evidence for faith, hence it being called faith. It may seem illogical and wrong to you, but therein lies your choice to not associate.
You are stuck on the fact that I am not Muslim and that I criticize them. You do NOT see me calling for the Death of Muslims. You do not see my calling on any Muslim nation that isn't violating human rights. You see me exclusively talking about how Iran is violating a most basic human right. My "judgement" has NOTHING...NOTHING AT ALL...to do with religion. Except that I believe of course everyone should be free to worship at their own choosing. It doesn't matter what the Iranians" believe. It is a blatant violation of human rights. You are Muslim correct? You don't support what they are doing. You don't like them for the same reason I don't like them. They are violating human rights.
The Crowd is not the sum of its parts.
I'm not asking for empirical evidence, I'm asking for objective evidence. There is a difference. See, libertarians are assuming without a shred of evidence or logical backing that natural rights exist, then building this entire house of cards, along with a massive range of rationalization, on top of that empty foundation. You need to go back and directly support that original assertion before you can build on it, otherwise when that one bad assertion fails, the whole house of cards comes tumbling down.
But the problem is, it's not any different. Libertarians have faith in natural rights, just as theists have faith in gods. Both are faulty foundations for the same reason, both cannot be justified rationally. Take away the bad assumptions and you're left with a disaster.On religion, keep it separate from political ideals. There is no direct evidence for faith, hence it being called faith. It may seem illogical and wrong to you, but therein lies your choice to not associate.