Comment: I see your issue with my argument..

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I see your issue with my argument..

...and why you think some of my definitions are straw men, but I assure you they are not. They are simply derived from the dictionary defintion of the words "government" and "anarchy" rather than the perverted and loaded interpretations we now have of those words. I like anarchy, but don't happen to believe it is realistically the best stance. At the very least, my control over my son is a form of government, tyranny if you will, over his life. If humans were able to fend for themselves right out of the womb, I wouldn't feel the need to control him. However, since he is 3, I control him and control his actions, thus "governing" him. In addition, in the natural world in which we live, not all members will agree not to govern any of the other members. I realize it is splitting hairs to an extent, but to say I am for anarchy is to deny the nature of humans. Some humans will need to be controlled and to deny that fact is to be blind to the imperfection of humanity.

Free market capitalism isn't right for America because it works better. It's right because it's free (and it works better).