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Old 05-17-2013, 08:27 PM   #44
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Leave the complicated things like economic theory to the intelligent liberals. Perhaps you could use your hulking strength to pound sand in your back yard?
I do. The real ones—the classical liberals such as Smith, Bastiat, Mises, Hayek, and their contemporaries such as Peter Schiff and Ron Paul.

Not a bunch of left leaning progs, who are just economic fascists thinly disguised as liberals. Liberal meant free markets because markets were controlled by states under the previous era of mercantilism. Ya' know controlling outcomes. Control ideologies, ( fascism, socialism, communism, mercantilism, mixed-economies) love that type of thing. The people who like it are imo, control cases.
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