Comment: Obviously..

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Obviously..

.....the point someone would be making if they said they spanked their kid for running into the street is to prevent them from doing it again later, not to travel back in time and prevent it from happening.
From your comment, I assume you are one of those parents who keeps your kid on a leash? Because that is the only way you are going to always be there to grab them and prevent them from doing something dangerous. For the rest of us who don't treat our children like caged animals, we have to think of other ways to modify future behavior, you know other than just being within arms reach of them every waking moment of the day.
I guess you are find with chaining your kid up, which makes me wonder what is so libertarian about physically restraining them?
Why are you okay with using force on them to control where they go in the present, but not using force to affect where they go in the future?

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