Someone cited something said in a comment at the Wash Park Prophet blog, which was characterized another participant in the blog discussion as a "comment from a libertarian blog*" and footnoted this statement with "*Boy, a libertarian living in WashPark."
For the record, I am not a libertarian and Wash Park Prophet is not a libertarian blog. I am a liberal. I am a Democrat with a long history of participation in the Democratic party (including Democratic voter registration since I first voted as a senior in high school, two years as a treasurer of the county party, about a decade as a precinct committee person, two trips as a delegate to the state convention, and years of campaign contributions to Democratic party candidates and the Democratic party).
There are libertarians in Washington Park. A card carrying libertarian precinct committee person who frequently puts signs for libertarian political candidates lives right across the street from me. But, I'm not him. He's better looking than I am and has a much better groomed lawn.
I happen to have a low opinion of the policy benefits of zoning laws. I likewise share with libertarians' skepticism regarding the war on drugs.
But, I am also a frequent critic of a "starve the beast" approach to taxation. I think that private gun ownership is not very beneficial. I was a strong advocate for health care reform and frequently advocate for policies that would increase economic regulation. I'm a strong supporter of the continued existence of the estate tax. I don't want to privatize Social Security. I have a low opinion of Ayn Rand. I don't favor absolutism when it comes to parental rights. I think building codes are important. I believe that the government should encourage stupid people not to do stupid things to themselves (like ride motorcycles without helmets) with the force of law. I agree with Scott Adams that private enterprises are routinely disfunctional for reasons having nothing to do with government regulations. I am not anti-union. I think that environmental regulation is vital to our survival as a species.