Why don't you look through all of China's pollution problems and then do a little compare and contrast to the US and tell me what you find. There is a reason I consider liberals idiots and this is a good example of it.
The concept of "economic liberty" is nothing more than a glittering generality. It has no inherent meaning...it's propaganda. You might be surprised to find that not everybody sees economics from the same perspective as you do and many on the Left believe they support economic liberty too. The entire concept of socialism and other left-wing economic schools of thought, after all, is worker liberation from corporate capitalists.You can't divorce economic and social issues if your goal is liberty. Greens oppose strong economic rights for the individual,
Again, you can read Wikipedia. How does that take away from anything I have said?they favor grand government initiatives to combat global warming and whatnot, and they advocate practical economic revolution and a reconfiguration of our economy from a base on oil and gas to renewable sources.
I don't know. I haven't taken it upon myself to travel the country and speak with every single self-described libertarian. I'll make sure to add that to the bucket list...How many self-described libertarians agree in the U.S?
Yeah, that's their base. That doesn't mean they can't appeal to people outside of that base. Like when Democrats appeal to moderate conservatives and Republicans appeal to moderate liberals.The Green party's vote doesn't come from the libertarian bloc, but rather siphons off from the left-wing faction of the Democratic Party and the "alternative left" bloc of the voter-base.
"A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the majority discovers it can vote itself largess out of the public treasury." Attributed to Alexander Tytler