I spent some time thinking about politics, and there are only a couple of leetle things that keep me from being wholeheartedly libertarian.
The first, and likely foremost of those is this: if libertarians would abolish the personhood of corporations and require personal, individual responsibility for corporate acts, perhaps I'd be more of a libertarian.
You see, escaping from consequences by hiding behind a corporate shield is anathema to me. Corporations kill people with impunity. There's no death sentence for them, even when they act with malice.
There are enough little flaws in a libertarian system that I could write a book. Augh! Mimus! See what you've done?
[crosspost @ The Medley]