I've known a decent number of Libertarians.

Most of them sucked hard on the government teat one way or the other. Either they were making a career of military service, or they worked for a defense contractor, or they collected federal disability, Medicaid, Medicare, food stamps or some other public assistance, or they pocketed farming subsidies, or they accepted Medicaid and Medicare patients, or they worked for public schools or universities, or, as is the case with Brown, they simply let the government subsidize their free market rants.

In a truly free market, one without Ayn Rand's "takers," the 53-year-old Chester Brown would have to wash dishes for a living, because there clearly is not adequate customer demand for his comic books to pay him a living wage.