Is this the part when I am supposed to fall on my knees in shame at having been found out as an impostor? Because somehow, I don’t quite think I should have to.
Anyone who has taken the time to peruse my writings will find that I am as consistently for small government and free markets as anyone can be. I identify with a host of libertarian tendencies in that regard, and given my desire to preserve the liberty-based principles of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, I have no problem identifying with American conservatism as well.
If you refuse to accept that, it’s your problem, not mine. Of course, it is worth noting that you’ve given me no reason whatsoever to question or doubt my sense of political identification. All you do in your question is assert—without backing of any kind—that I am “clearly neither” a conservative, nor a libertarian. You really don’t expect me to take that kind of empty claim seriously, do you?