He sympathized with libertarian ideals of limited state interference but considered libertarianism not to be a viable system.
In the 2000 US presidential election, he supported the independent candidate Ralph Nader.
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He had also frequently looked at websites for gay massage parlours and escort agencies.
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For Hitchens, the Cromwellian revolt represents not just the foundational struggle for parliamentary rule, but the great rejection of divine right. He retains, however, from his Marxist youth an intellectual absolutism and a disdain for liberal dilemmas and trade-offs – hence a brutal assault on Isaiah Berlin's genteel liberalism in a 1998 essay.
After 9/11, Hitchens advocated the invasion of Iraq.
In the 2004 election, he very slightly favored the incumbent Republican President George W.
He is incurious about what religious belief feels like, or what meaning it has for millions of people – even though, unlike his co-anti-religionist Richard Dawkins, Hitchens concedes that religious feeling is ineradicable.
Hitchens was a vocal supporter of Republicanism in the United Kingdom, advocating the abolition of the Monarchy, and in 1990 published the book-long polemic The Monarchy: A Critique of Britain's Favourite Fetish.