The ever-so-slightly-out-of-context quotation probably won't win me any friends among the radicals in my own party:
Ruwart's is a classic libertarian take — a defense of free will (even for "child performers") and an attack on government prohibitions of any kind. It's also political poison. As libertarian blogger Steve Newton put it, Ruwart and her allies run the risk of turning the party into "the poster child for NAMBLA and the aluminum hat brigade."
The complete post, Dr. Mary Ruwart explains why she should not be the Libertarian Presidential Candidate, was more measured than the ten words that Time chose to excerpt, but it was a good line, and I stand by the original post.
The only problem I have is this: if they quote you on a big-time site (and without a link, damn it), and you don't know it happened, isn't that pretty much a tree falling in the forest that nobody heard?
Especially since nobody in Delaware seems to have ever seen the story.