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You seem to think that because I don't favor anarchy over some idealized form of free market capitalism, that I must be criticizing anarchy, and thus offending your position. Not unlike the Sith, you seem to be thinking in absolutes. Logically, isn't it possible for me to think that more than one form of society is good, and that one just happens to be better than the other, eventhough they are both beneficial? Why does my view of force make me an enemy of anarchy, and thus, subject to your defense of anarchy? I've attacked no part of it as "immoral", or said anything negative about it other than the idea that it isn't possible. I didn't say that it is impossible to be an anarchist, just that it is impossible for society to be in anarchy.

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