Do Libertarians Still Exist?

jzk

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You didn't have to take the loan. You could have paid it back.

You have no moral grounds on which to pass judgement on others.
I never judged anyone that utilizes the services of the government funded by our tax dollars. If fact I highly encourage it. You are not being honest.
 

jzk

Super Anarchist
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Highly encourage isn't support???
Are you for real? I don't support the government in creating these programs. But once they do create the program, it is fair game for anyone to take advantage, and you might as well given that you paid for it.

Is that really so hard?
 

jzk

Super Anarchist
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@jzk highly encourages people to utilize welfare and any other governmental program.
Yeah, I highly encourage people to collect their social security and send their kids to public school that they paid for and drive on the roads they paid for and even collect PPP that they paid for, if they qualify. And, at the same time I would oppose all of those programs. But once you take my money to implement the program, I am entitled to it just like anyone else.
 

Bus Driver

Bacon Quality Control Specialist
Yeah, I highly encourage people to collect their social security and send their kids to public school that they paid for and drive on the roads they paid for and even collect PPP that they paid for, if they qualify. And, at the same time I would oppose all of those programs. But once you take my money to implement the program, I am entitled to it just like anyone else.
PPP was a loan. The other programs you mention are not.

Fail.
 

Bus Driver

Bacon Quality Control Specialist
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BeSafe

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Federalists aren't libertarians.

The modern Federalist believe in strong government, they just want it at the state level instead of at the national level for political reasons. They would argue that its "more liberty" to be state than federal - which it might be true but it doesn't necessarily follow. That's about as close to being libertarian as they come. In my opinion, the Federalist Society are garden variety authoritarians who's crayons prefer smaller boxes rather than bigger ones.

Libertarians generally believe in a decentralized authority at all levels and would prefer what governements need to exists do so as locally to their constituents as possible. Within that framework, there's the peacenick "minimum violence" folks and actual anarchists who offer their opinions. Which they're entitled to express and I'm entitled to find quaint by fundamentally naive.
 




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