I understand that some public property must exist, because the government must have some infrastructure, and because for people to live in community there must be some property to which all have equal access. Even in Jefferson's day there were public roads, a village commons, and buildings in which the legislatures would meet.
I personally believe, however, that public property (read: government property) should not be allowed to extend beyond a reasonable minimum required to facilitate the legitimate functions of government. There should be a state house, a courthouse, public roads, armories, jails.
But there shouldn't be much more than that, because the support of an overly large public-property infrastructure represents an unreasonable burden on the citizenry, whether they know it or not.
...lolbertarians and libtards... what a combination...