Comment: They are synonymous in todays time.

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They are synonymous in todays time.

No you never did ask me.. You made an insult using it and then cried foul, like a bitch, when I insulted you back.

If you'll read your own links you'll see my case of the perversion of terms throughout history and by the elites as time has gone by but you haven't.. You grabbed just enough in your mind that you think supported what you had said.

I stand by what I said.. Dr.Paul is a classical liberal, not a neo-liberal.

Neoliberalism seeks to transfer control of the economy from public to the private sector,[67] under the belief that it will produce a more efficient government and improve the economic health of the nation.[68] The definitive statement of the concrete policies advocated by neoliberalism is often taken[citation needed] to be John Williamson's[69] "Washington Consensus", a list of policy proposals that appeared to have gained consensus approval among the Washington-based international economic organizations (like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank). Williamson's list included ten points:

Fiscal policy Governments should not run large deficits that have to be paid back by future citizens, and such deficits can have only a short term effect on the level of employment in the economy. Constant deficits will lead to higher inflation and lower productivity, and should be avoided. Deficits should only be used for occasional stabilization purposes.
Redirection of public spending from subsidies (especially what neoliberals call "indiscriminate subsidies") and other spending neoliberals deem wasteful toward broad-based provision of key pro-growth, pro-poor services like primary education, primary health care and infrastructure investment
Tax reform– broadening the tax base and adopting moderate marginal tax rates to encourage innovation and efficiency;
Interest rates that are market determined and positive (but moderate) in real terms;
Floating exchange rates;
Trade liberalization – liberalization of imports, with particular emphasis on elimination of quantitative restrictions (licensing, etc.); any trade protection to be provided by low and relatively uniform tariffs; thus encouraging competition and long term growth
Liberalization of the "capital account" of the balance of payments, that is, allowing people the opportunity to invest funds overseas and allowing foreign funds to be invested in the home country
Privatization of state enterprises; Promoting market provision of goods and services which the government cannot provide as effectively or efficiently, such as telecommunications, where having many service providers promotes choice and competition.
Deregulation – abolition of regulations that impede market entry or restrict competition, except for those justified on safety, environmental and consumer protection grounds, and prudent oversight of financial institutions;
Legal security for property rights; and,
Financialisation of capital.

Read through that last bit and tell me if you see anything odd.

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