Libertarianism, to me, is about liberty. You could equate morality with liberty, but it seems to me that the whole notion of libertarianism is decidedly anti-moralistic. We can all agree that personal freedom is a good thing, but I don't see what makes this quasi-religious, take-no-prisoners approach to it any more valid than a more practical one that's willing to compromise to attain its goals.
The bigger question, in my mind, is whether libertarianism wants itself to be a philosophy that gets debated on internet BBs like this, or whether it's actually a practical way to run society. If it's something that will never get used, then I don't really see the point. But if libertarians really do want to see some of their ideas put into practice, then they will need the Democrats' help.