Ben Stone discusses the unwarranted affection for secession here
My own thoughts on the subject can be found here, A half-truth, not a halfway house
There was a turnout of 64% in the Greek general election, with 36% of those casting a winning vote, meaning only 23% of eligible voters actually voted for Syriza. Officially, less than three quarters of the population wanted to be ruled by Syriza and now will be.
Hey, have you heard of the internet? Our prime minister and his secretary, Theresa, sure have, and they’re keen to crack down on and get tough with the non-violent extremists on there who are opposed to democracy. Whether or not this is good policy, one thing is certain: in an ideal world this would mean far fewer libertarians on the internet.
But a libertarian senator would be a lesser evil, it is argued. He would be a good politician. Nonsense. It is not the particular man that is objectionable; it is the position of power itself.
Wendy McElroy on voluntaryism http://www.dailybell.com/editorials/35671/Wendy-McElroy-Libertarian-Candidates-Jump-Out-of-the-Crazy-Closet/