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Food for thought, or what my problem is with right wing libertarians


EDIT: Additional post

"One story in recent weeks has brought a heightened focus to certain of the dynamics that concern me here: whether a pharmacist should have the right to refuse to fill prescriptions due to the pharmacist's own particular beliefs, whether those beliefs are religious in nature or otherwise. The easy libertarian answer is, "Yes, of course!" If freedom means anything at all, it surely means that anyone in any profession should be free to follow the dictates of his own conscience. For many libertarians, that is in essence the totality of the argument."


"I have argued that the corporate economy is so closely bound up with the power of the state, that it makes more sense to think of the corporate ruling class as a component of the state, in the same way that landlords were a component of the state under the Old Regime."

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For a person, who is on a site, that promotes individual liberties. You preach group think within this post.

I'm not prefect, by any means, yet, I strive to never lump people into silly categories. What Would Ron Do?

a right wing what?

Seems you should have made a left turn at Albuquerque.