Chevron, Total Accused of Human-Rights Abuses in Burma

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    http://www.time.com/time/world/arti...ign=Feed:+time/topstories+(TIME:+Top+Stories)
     
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    Corporate cops.

    Is there anything less libertarian than that?
     
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    So libertarianism is all-for forced labour and human rights violations?
     
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    It's private enterprise. Has to be good, right?
     
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    Well, this distorted new connish mutation of libertarianism, yes...

    The movement has been hijacked by angry conservatives who are all butt-hurt that 8-years of Bush excuse-making had to come to an end.

    ((This does not mean I support Obama at all))
     

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