Re: Libertarian or "Dynamic" socialism (fixed)
Tue, 7 Jan 1997 16:40:13 -0500

In a message dated 97-01-07 00:01:19 EST, you write:

I am proposing Anarchy because History has shown that limited government
not stay limited for long. It seems to be in the fundamental nature of a
to increase it's power. By definition a state has power an individual or
corporation does not have, it's inevitable that it will use that power,
however small it starts out to be, to gain even more power, the process
increases exponentially until people revolt. The lesson from history is
the only solution is to eliminate governments completely.

Thank you for the clarification. I agree with you on many things, but seek
answers on issues.

>>Elections are dumb, an idiotic way of communicating your wishes, there are
much better ways. Every day I send hundreds of exquisitely precise messages
to the Free Market telling it what I want it to do. I also get to compare
brands, I can't do that In a democracy because I'm not voting for goods or
services or even policies, I just get to choose between two grab bags of
promises every 4 years, and democracy is the best form of government,
the best of a bad lot.

I still dont see how buying certain brand names can settle issues like
violent crime, child molestation, addictions, vixtim mentalities, drug
addiction, invading armies, disasters, etc...