Agreed that some people would mistakenly say that fascism is far right. I don't think most people would, but would need to see polling data on it, I suppose to be certain.
In what way is Ron Paul not a "real" libertarian for you?
Well he has supported creationism for one thing. He is also somewhat conservative on some social issues. The stuff he advocates is less authoritarian than other republicans and it is further to the right. He is a lot more conservative. However he is still far from libertarian. I like the idea of getting rid of the fed, and not being the world police anymore. So I agree with him on those issues. That's about it though. You also have to keep in mind that being conservative on fiscal issues and liberal on social ones has some similarities with far right libertarianism, but even that is not the same thing.
When I was a far right libertarian, I was for fairly standard stuff.
No central military, only state militias.
Eliminate 90% of government departments
no programs of any kind
tax revenue would come from tariffs only. No income or sales tax.
Legalize all drugs
no more age limits
no more drug schedules
The only regulations would be for safety.
Little to no financial regulation.
I am still for legalizing drugs, but I realized the rest of that stuff may look good on paper, but there are many flaws. My attitude towards people in need wasn't quite "fv(k em'", but it was close. Now I know a lot more, so I have a much less cynical view on that.