They tell that the most important value for them is their freedom and that the State, even in a democratic country, is the enemy of their freedom. If you like freedom so much, you don’t marry and you have no children. They would reply: with a family, you choose to reduce your freedom. True, but if it is conceivable that we rationally decide to lower our freedom, does it not change our perception of what freedom really is?
Today, giant firms are much more powerful than most States. They manipulate us, they indoctrinate us, they track us. For a libertarian, is all that a problem? Certainly not. The people who run theses firms are thought to be heroes. The unique enemy, the monster, is the State.