PORTSMOUTH, NH - As a Christian, Colin Anderson finds himself arguing against sinful behavior, but as a libertarian, Anderson finds himself spending even more time arguing vociferously that such behavior should be perfectly legal.
"I can't believe they still have blue laws here!" Anderson found himself ranting recently. "If someone wants to go to the liquor store and then get drunk on a Sunday morning, that's none of the government's business. That's between you and the eternal hellfire you're destined for."
It constantly makes Anderson very angry that "busybody bureaucrats" keep trying to put themselves between people and "the outer darkness toward which they're hurtling at an incredible rate."
"The government and its guns shouldn't be threatening people over their own personal choices," Anderson stated. "The only thing that should be threatening you is the torment of your eternal soul."
This is why Anderson is an online activist and often also protests in person to remove any barriers between people and activities that will separate them from their Lord and Savior. Anderson also moved to New Hampshire to support the Free State Project, so he could legalize as many sins as possible.
"The fact is," he continued, "neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God and are none of the government's business."