Sure. This is what I meant when I mentioned Individiual Liberty's principle support. The right to one's property is an indispensable and principal material support, not only of Man's God-given unalienable rights, but of Man's right to Life and Liberty itself. And, again, Individuals or groups of Individuals should be free to make rules for themselves provided that the rules that they make for themselves don't prohibit other Individuals or other groups of Individuals from equally doing the same. So I agree wit hyour points here. If I do vote, I'll write in Castle. While I disagree with some of the Constitution Party's so called plank, I like Castle because his personal positions reflect the primary moral foundation that establish the fundamental principles of Individual Liberty itself and are consistent with the traditional philosophy of governance of our Constitutional Republic. Individual Liberty's primary moral foundation is inseparable with its fundamental principles. They cannot be accepted or rejected piece-meal. They must be accepted as an Indivisible whole in order to make a legitimate claim to its benefit.