Tuesday, October 7, 2014

A Libertarian Polity

If you want to have a cat-lovers' club, you don't invite cat haters to join it. Your Happy Hour will not be successful if you advertise for teetotalers to attend. How hard is this? If we want a libertarian country, we do not want mass immigration from the most anti-libertarian parts of the globe.

Another quibcag to pass around.

2 comments:

  1. That's why the Free State Project exists. And there is no shortage of teatotalers during happy hour. They're called designated drivers. The cat thing I'm not sure about, as most of the people I socialize with are fond of the fuzzy little sociopaths.

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  2. Ayn Rand immigrated here from one of the most anti-libertarian parts of the globe. So did Ludwig von Mises. The people most likely to flee the most anti-libertarian parts of the globe are the most-libertarian individuals from those places. And some of the most anti-libertarian individuals were born in the U.S.A.

    Shed your collectivism and be a for-real libertarian.

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