As this libertarian meme hilariously and depressingly illustrates, the biggest horror of election day is knowing things won't fundamentally change the way they need to. AnonymousOverkill
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Please show this libertarian meme about the practically useless stimulus checks when they ask why libertarianism is appealing to so many.
Reminder: Joe Biden isn't the king, so he can't and shouldn't make that many drastic changes. Thanks for attending this libertarian meme's TED talk.
If you ever heard anyone say that Trump was a libertarian, this libertarian meme is a great visual indicator of exactly how libertarian he was.
We know memes are supposed to be funny, but honestly? Some of these libertarian memes are making us thinking of converting.
Watch out overhead, because these libertarian memes are dropping truth bombs all over the dang place.
To each their own. That sounds like a great philosophy, and this libertarian meme shows that's exactly what they want.
Could we please staple this libertarian meme all over D.C.? That seems to be a great start in reminding them.
One problem with voting libertarian is that this libertarian meme is spot on. Why can't we get more Ron Swansons and less Tiger Kings?
As this libertarian meme shows, voting libertarian is like being a fan of the Cleveland Browns. You always lose, but at least you expect it and don't freak out about it.
While this libertarian meme seems like overkill, getting that percentage of the vote would gain libertarians federal funding and possibly a place in the debates, so it'd be worth celebrating.
Some conservatives think their libertarians. Then, they learn what it truly means, and become this libertarian meme.
Let's talk about some of the more well-known libertarian memes. First of all, they can be used for good, as you see here.
The "what about roads" libertarian meme is the one most often used to mock the political ideology... but those days may be at an end now.
Restaurants have been through enough. Could we please listen to this libertarian meme and give them as much respect and dignity as we do Twitter?