A good question often asked by skeptics is "What would it take for you to change your belief?
For example, asked of an atheist, the answer could be that a real god (or alien or advanced being) could compel change in belief, and would know whether evidence or intervention was needed.
My belief is that libertarianism in all its diversity is repugnant.
So what would a libertarian have to tell me about his most important beliefs so that I didn't think they were repugnant? You folks go first: after a few days I'll post some of my ideas in the responses.
Then we can see if any libertarians out there fit.