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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    How many students have been forced to grovel and admit that they got the date wrong and thus do not deserve to FAIL? i do not know but I do know that now you are in that group.

    What group?


    Have anything on the topic? I grow tired of your trolling.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    How many students have been forced to grovel and admit that they got the date wrong and thus do not deserve to FAIL? i do not know but I do know that now you are in that group.
    How many students have been forced to grovel and admit that they use legal terminology they don't have any idea what the **** it means and thus do not deserve to FAIL? i do not know but I do know that now you had better start groveling.

    Rhetorical question, I know.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Oh - I did not realize we were in a court of law or in a law school where some terms have a strict meaning that differ from common usage. But do continue to bring up the same thing another ten times. It could be your signature even. And when you indict me also please indict Senator Specter and Justice Roberts also for using the same term.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Oh - I did not realize we were in a court of law or in a law school where some terms have a strict meaning that differ from common usage. But do continue to bring up the same thing another ten times. It could be your signature even. And when you indict me also please indict Senator Specter and Justice Roberts also for using the same term.
    I bet you don't even see the irony in your whining about this.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Sorry Coronado, but I am orders from the mods not to discuss betting.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Sorry Coronado, but I am orders from the mods not to discuss betting.
    Deflection. I'm so shocked.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    No.
    Truth telling.
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    Cool Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    No.
    Truth telling.
    Truth? Let me tell you some truth -- you don't know what the **** you're talking about when you pinch off a loaf about the Constitution, or law in general. But keep pretending; it's entertaining as hell to watch a clueless critic with a chip on his shoulder and a head full of hyperbole face plant over and over again.


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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    really? I have never seen any proof of that. HOwever, I have see lots of fascists pretend to be liberals because liberals want the state to have more and more power to "make things fair" or to "take care of people" and since both groups want more state power, it is a given that the fascist will cloak himself in the more touchy feely "lets take care of people" as a reason to increase power
    It's simple, really.

    Fascists know that the false messiah of economic liberty will lead to a corporatized America that will line the pockets of the elite while exploiting the plebes. Libertarian and fascist ideals both lead to the same end: the proletariat slaving away for the good of hoi oligoi, i.e. our corporate overlords while calling it labor for the "common good."

    All the fascist has to do is conceal his desire to rule people in the moral sphere as well, and BAM, he can insidiously effect policies designed to bring about a fascist America. The path is different, but the destination is the same.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    our corporate overlords
    I welcome our new overlords. Our old overlords were terrible. I'm not forced to buy stuff (sure, a little tax) and we still get open elections, right?

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