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An unworthy target

September 26, 2013 - Harry Eagar
RtO must confess to a moral failing: It just loves poking fun at libertarians, although we know that making fun of the mentally handicapped is not cool.

But they make it so easy. Would a libertarian bend over to pick up a nickel lost in the gutter? More to the point, if he saw someone drop the nickel, would he hurry to return the nickel?

Dumbesilleh. You can't be a libertarian if you go around throwing away money.

All this leading up to a satire on Part 3 of the Atlas Shrugged movie. I confess, I didn't know there had already been two parts released:

"Never mind what the free market said about the need for the third installment"

They're out to make Part 3 anyway.

Be sure to read the comments which are much funnier than RtO could manage

 
 

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OneAikea

Sep-30-13 8:44 PM

I also believe in, don't ask a question if you don't already know the answer.

OneAikea

Sep-30-13 8:43 PM

I find all opinions offer a different point of view. Depends on how the opinion is offered. If I find worthy to question, then I find we have a discussion. I tend to listen in person, since I don't have a computer to refer my questions to.

Connect the dots. One dot connected to another dot, paints a picture. I would not be offering my "assumptions and approximations", otherwise. All my comments refer to each other.

I made a comment somewhere, that inflation is man made. Yet a comment stays at two cents.

HarryEagar

Sep-30-13 8:29 PM

One way to test whether a person's opinion might be worth something is to ask, if I know one of his opinions, can I correctly predict all the others?

If that is the case, and it is for a lot of people, then it indicates that person does not think and his opinions are not worth your attention.

OneAikea

Sep-30-13 6:20 PM

I would yell, you dropped your money, rather than run up.

I would if it was a rare nickel. It may be worth more.

I assume being a whole person and well rounded in any view, makes me a libertarian, conservative, liberal, DINO, RINO, neocon, etc. I think left and right and therefore I move straight. I even enjoy the drop of someone's two cents. A nickel is worth more than an opinion if rare.

 
 

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