posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 03:31 PM
I was about to post this in the other thread before you deleted it. Luckily I checked for the spelling of Dostoevsky before I posted or I would have
replied to a blank post!
(Edit: Dostoevsky wasn't all that great.)
Anyway, I completely agree with you, 100% with what you've said, but it's the things you haven't said that bother me.
It's not just one side or the other who hates freedom, they both hate freedom, even over here in my beloved UK, they just hate freedom in different
To continue with your American theme, the conservatives want to tell you how you can use your body, the liberals want to tell you how to use your
money. Nobody in modern politics is truly "pro-freedom."
I can't think of one politician (Ron Paul comes to mind, but I'm not intimately familiar with his policies) who honestly says "I am here to provide
political oversight of each state and ensure the cohesion of the union, to provide a military somewhere safely between adequate and robust and to
handle the advancement of the human race as a whole by acting as a representative of the 50 states to the world and collaborating on space exploration
programs and being the face of global trade."
That statement, to me, is the only statement a "true pro-freedom" politician can make.
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