Libertarianism is a contradictionSubmitted by RichardKanePA on Thu, 12/20/2012 - 17:13
Libertarianism stands for less money for international security and more for personal security, less overwhelming expense on international security but better weapons for personal use. Of course few spend the majority of their personal buying and borrowing power on personal security expense.
Before the latest school tragedy there was finally common ground. Those Representatives with a zero NRA rating joined with those with a 92% or 100 % and jointly signed a Congressional letter calling for defense cuts. There were two exceptions Kurt Schrader OR (NRA 83%), Justin Amash MN (NRA 58%). Justin Amash was on the Budget Committee, supposedly kicked off in order to get a compromise budget, but he claims was kicked off, as well as the other Reps caned, because he asked to work with Democrats on Defense Cuts. Uniquely both Kurt Schrader’s and Justin Amash’s web pages are full of material on the need for defense cuts.
The rest of the country suddenly forgot about every issue except freedom from guns and the freedom to be protected with a gun. Some say people care about nothing but sports but I say we care about nothing but guns or being protected from them. I find it sad that some elementary kids were killed in school due to one man’s whim and that the result is that we will all have to try to survive in a thus currency free world after international currency collapse.
There are colorful people that stand out that we call leaders. However, I never even heard of Justin Amish until he began squeaking that that the press’s explanation that he got kicked off the Budget Committee because extremists were getting in the way of compromise, was a lie. I never heard of Kurt Schrader, but looking for a handy list and not being able to find it to show that Republicans who stand out for peace like guns and Democrats that like peace want to control guns.
Perhaps they together can figure out how humankind wont end up in the barter-only world humans used to live in five thousand years ago.
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