Discussion in 'Politics' started by IHBF, Jun 5, 2012.
Someone play Don McLean.
Fuck you Commies!
What you talking bout, Willis?
It's a long road, the job is not finished!
I'm not black.
Read. Statism/unionism/progressivism/socialism/leftism/communism/community organizisingism/ died tonight when Americans in Wisconsin spoke.
Statism is dead. Americans do not want it. Americans are tired of people who got elected by leeches determining what they can or can not do.
Americans are tired of Rachel Maddow.
I wish I could agree, but the ideology will always be around. As long as we have the ignorant, the lazy, the leeches of society, there will always be those who pander for the state handouts. So there will always be politicians who pander to them and try to stir them up.
Best we can hope for is to keep them a minority voting block and keep exposing them as the idiots they are.
Im pretty sure it's still alive and kicking. It's existed since at least the Tower of Babel. It will likely continue into the future if we are careless in governing ourselves and our representatives.
Well shit. You guys are correct.
Why won't statist just let people be? Fuck, quit trying to enforce what they think is best upon people. It's really no different than the King or Church used to do.
Just stop enforcing your ideas on other people.
The envy, avarice, sloth and greed that drives the collectivists will be here as long as humans are still around, unfortunately.
Mankind is forever resided to play Whack-a-Mole against these forces of evil.
Why anyone would watch that ugly dyke is beyond me.
Statism won't die, because without it you have anarchy. Even the most minarchist government is going to need some tax money. How ya gonna get it from me, MFer, without using state power? That's the problem with libertarianism, it's a pipe dream. If you think out what would happen in the situation of a relatively weak state, I don't see how it doesn't completely fall apart, as we fall into a new feudalism with people looking for protection from the strong, instead of the state.
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