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socialist_n_TN Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-13-11 10:00 PM
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196. Yes he is. He's NOT on the side of the general welfare
provisions that government can referee and run the best.

As an aside, have you ever noticed how "libertarians" want the ECONOMIC libertarianism to happen BEFORE the social issues? They'll make you a corporate slave RIGHT NOW and then maybe CONSIDER legalizing reefer in some libertarian utopia in the pie in the sky future. Pretty much hypocritical in my view.
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