I vote Libertarian, but am not a member of the party. Until they start getting their act together and knock off the internal politics, they'll neither see real success in their bids for government, nor any money of mine. But I don't think that's likely to happen any time soon -- we are talking about a bunch of anarchists, after all, so it's no surprise that where you have two Libertarians you have three opinions (at least).
On the whole, my political thought runs rather along the lines of the Law of Thelema, which is to say,
What does "do what thou wilt" mean in this context? Well, since people who discuss the Book of the Law are "to be shunned by all, as centres of pestilence", I can't do much better than to quote Uncle Al himself, as follows:
... it does not mean surrendering to every whim, but the reverse. It
involves finding out Who you are, and why you came into this world, and
never swerving a hair's breadth from that Will.
- THELEMA (Equinox, vol III no 10, p. 208)
It's about personal responsibility; it's about finding the god that is you and acting accordingly; it's about the furthest thing from the US Government's current methods that could possibly be imagined.
I was registered Green until they ran Nader for President; I just can't stand behind a party that wanted to have for the Chief Executive of this country a man who so firmly believes that the government's primary raison d'etre is to protect me from myself. If Nader had his way, there'd be no motorcycles on our roads. You'll understand why I can't get behind that for a philosophy. ;)