It is the job of government to "establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity..." When an individual's "foolish decisions" threaten justice, domestic tranquility, the common defense, the general welfare, or the blessings of liberty, then it is the government's duty to stop that foolish individual.
Now, as for the FSP, I wish it all the best of luck in its success. If all the anarchists are in one place, it'll be easier for the rest of us to get some work done.
Actually, that is the job of the Constitution.
The job of the government is to obey the Constitution.
And we welcome and appreciate your good wishes for our efforts. While I expect we'll neither get *all* the anarchists in one place nor figure that they're any sort of sizable proportion of our numbers, I hope we do include at least a few sufficiently suspicious of governmental authority wielding its axe over the heads of those it would dominate to keep our governmental efrforts limited to the role of that government that governs best by doing so to the minimal extent necessary.
I seem to recall a couple of Robert A. Heinlein's characters who described themselves as *rational anarchists,* though I suspect the grand old man hisself would not have as easily worn that tag- he had himself been a political party's candidate, after all. But I'd like to think his fictional creations are along with us in spirit, and if he were still on this world, I bet he'd be watching the proceedings with great interest, even if not as a participant.