Comment: That depends on the definition of a free market...

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That depends on the definition of a free market...

Tryannical leaders would define a free market as freedom to enslave their citizens. And I don't know of a single bipartisan leader who doesn't claim to support free market principles. And yet, we are in the jaws of a tyrannical gov't hellbent on snapping its jaws shut. If you listen to Wall Street hacks on CNBC, they all claim that the Fed's QE to infinity (a massive market intervention) and Too Big To Prosecute banks are "free market capitalism". The reality is, free market has been redefined to mean anarchy. So we're kidding ourselves if we believe an anarchical definition of "free market capitalism" is not jepordizing our ability to exercise unalienable rights.

Can unalienable rights be taken away? Well, the founders risked their lives and fortunes to set up a government that would secure their unalienable rights. So while rights exist, even under tyranny, they must be secured to be exercised. Tyrants know that language is a vital tool for usurping the people's rights and the word "free" is one of their favorite tools. Free trade, free markets, spreading freedom and democracy with the military industrial complex, the whole world should be filled with peace, love and freedom. But even a halfwit can look at the world and see that, in this Orwellian world, free is not free when it comes to average citizens. So "we the people" must wise up to the linguistic tricks of tyrants and once again secure our unalienable rights.

http://www.standupforyourrights.me

http://www.dailypaul.com/277342 (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference)
http://www.StandUpForYourRights.me/?p=1264 (Fast and Furious hearing)