Making deep short concise arguements against Big Gov'tSubmitted by OctoBox on Wed, 04/16/2008 - 02:56
So you are debating with a Big War Republican or a Big Welfare Liberal and you want to knock them on their butt quickly.
I will give you one and you guys post your favorite below.
Truly Free-Market Constutional Republics(Pro Rule of Law Corporations) vs Pseudo Free-Market Social Democracy (Corporationists):
In a Free-Market Constitutional Republic there are only two forms of influence/income: 1) Consumers and 2) Consumer Investors.
In a Social Democracy there are three forms of influence/income: 1) Consumer, 2) Consumer Investor, and 3) Subsidization (Lobbyist Port of Entry).
If consumers want change within a corporation they boycott his product -- the effects in both styles of gov't?
1) In Social Democracy (Pseudo Free-Markets) the consumer stops buying product, 2) the consumer investor has a mild to moderate reaction, 3) gov't steps in to bailout -- Net Effect! The change does not take place.
1) In a Free-Market Constitutional Republic the consumer stops buying product, 2) consumer investor has a moderate to strong reaction, 3) the corporation changes behavior because there is no bailout and his two sources of income have left him -- Net Effect! The change happens immediately.