> >> Nice dream- too bad the methods used tend to produce police states.
> >We already live our lives oppressed by corporate interests... what
> would the
> >difference be?
> A corporation cannot continue to survive if it shoots its customers.
I'm afraid I'll have to end this argument. I don't believe in Libertarian
politics, so I can't support your side, and I don't believe in Green
politics, so I can't effectively argue for their side either. I guess, when
it comes down to it, I'm just a centrist- I believe in whatever doesn't mess
things up, and I don't believe in right wing or left wing utopian scenarios.
I side with whoever offers me a little temporary meaning in my life, until I
grow disillusioned and sick of the idea (and promptly move on). Sorry, the
only thing I'm a true believer in is relativism- I'm a skeptic that has
taken his skepticism to an absurd level for the sheer absurdity of it (and
I'm a philosophy student, no less!).
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