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canadianlibertarian123

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Accepting of Foreigners?
« on: April 15, 2014, 04:29:06 am »

Hello, well this is my very first post here. I have been an avid Libertarian since 14(when I began reading books like Atlas Shrugged and Wealth of Nations): As such I have been looking for something like, the FSP for some time. So I hope this is not an ignorant question, but I was wondering how accepting of foreigners is the FSP(as you can tell by my name I am Canadian)?
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Re: Accepting of Foreigners?
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2014, 08:01:29 am »

I can't speak for the FSP, (can anyone?) but I suspect that liberty minded people tend to not have a strong sense of nationalism but if you found one that did I bet they wouldn't be able to tell you "ain't from around here." Unless you have one of those goofy Canadian accents haha. On an semi-unrelated note, someday I hope to be a foreigner to the U.S. without leaving the geographical location. cough*cough* secession cough*cough*
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