Originally Posted by listopencil
That's kind of funny considering that you typically just repeat Democratic talking points and either don't understand or pretend not to understand anything that conflicts with them, real or hypothetical.
Besides, there's nothing rigid about free-markets and liberty—they change and are in flux when there's competition. Nothing rigid about allowing things to flow and allowing outcomes. It's the ideology of cosmos that actually promotes true rigidity. That's okay, because the black market is burgeoning under Obama just as it did in the Iron Curtain countries. It always has the last say. Can't control natural law.
I'd rather be a rigid ideologue for non-rigid outcomes or results.
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