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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Yeah, but I definitely wouldn't put your tactics nor responses in the same category as certain others on this thread.
    I think there are plenty of honest criticisms.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    from the rev in post #179




    As I have already explained to you and answered you before .... did you miss my answer.....NO I AM NOT CONCEDING A LIBERTARIAN SOCIETY WOULD WORK.

    Are we clear on that?

    You make the fundamental error that when someone humors your position for the purposes of discussion that they are conceding something which they are not.


    You did? Where? What post?


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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    This is post 181 in which you want your question answered



    Originally Posted by haymarket
    Because libertarianism is a belief system adopted by those who are willing to accept axioms as self evident truisms despite all real world evidence to the contrary.

    And Coronado - why are you so angry with me? Why can't you discuss these ideas calmly and without such ire?
    Evidence? Need proof.
    What the heck is being asked here?

    Are you asking me for proof that libertarianism is a belief system based on accepted axioms? Do you think otherwise that it is not?
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    post 182 repeats the same thing.

    Are you really asking me for evidence that libertarianism is a belief system based on accepted axioms? What else could it be?

    You do know what an axiom is - right?
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    I think there are plenty of honest criticisms.
    And plenty of honest critics. But neither honest criticisms nor honest critics have had much input in this thread, sadly.

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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    This is post 181 in which you want your question answered





    What the heck is being asked here?

    Are you asking me for proof that libertarianism is a belief system based on accepted axioms? Do you think otherwise that it is not?



    /facepalm


    If you dont want to back up your bloviatons just be honest about it.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    But yet, you and others have participated in it for over 20 pages. Obviously you do not like the thread or its title or its implications. I did not start this thread but I would guess that the title is written the way it is to spur discussion. This does not appear to be unusual here.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    /facepalm


    If you dont want to back up your bloviatons just be honest about it.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

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    lets make this simple

    1- do you accept that libertarianism is a belief system?

    2- do you agree that people who are libertarians adopt this system for themselves

    3- do you agree the libertarianism involves the acceptance of certain axioms?

    I have been in discussions with libertarians for many years and I have never come across one yet who did not accept this simple statements. What is there to fight about on this simple statement?????

    This is really puzzling.
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    Re: Do libertarians inadvertently enable fascism?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Ná spreagadh dúr.

    Ni thuigim.

    Inciting?
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