Let's get on with the important stuff like banning flags and tearing down the Jefferson memorial.
I suppose the silver lining in the Constitution now being kindling is that it'll be easier to avoid hearing about this sort of crap.
Before you criticize someone you should walk a mile in their shoes, that way when you do criticize them you'll be a mile away and you'll have their shoes.
I agree they're less ideological but forgive me for pointing out that younger Americans being pro gay marriage, less religious, pro marijuana legalization and many of whom voted for Obama, forgive me for not calling those "Conservatives or Libertarians".
Sounds a lot like social liberals to me and not economic rightist libertarians.
No, they're not economic rightists. They're not full on economic leftists either. They're pragmatic. They want the opportunities of capitalism, but if they run into trouble along their path to prosperity they want a good safety net to protect them from failure as well. Center-left, perhaps.
Socially, they seem like liberal/progressives on the surface, but in many instances they seem more libertarian-ish... more concerned with individual liberty (as opposed to identity politics). Many, for instance, are strong supporters of 2A rights, more commonly seen as a conservative or libertarian issue.
I suspect we're going to find them to be a rather unique voting demographic over the next couple decades as they come to power, who defy most of the conventional labels and ideologies in favor of a pragmatic pursuit of their preferred condition.
Fiddling While Rome Burns
Carthago Delenda Est
"I used to roll the dice; see the fear in my enemies' eyes... listen as the crowd would sing, 'now the old king is dead, Long Live the King.'.."