2.0 Economic Liberty<quoted text>
BB, you continue to recite your talking points, mixing up the wording a bit but using the keywords you were given.
They're your posts, it's not up to me to go back and find them, this started between us when you insisted that I knew nothing of economics after you posted that if the government raised revenue it would actually decrease and would translate to even less jobs and business investment. I pointed you back to the fact that with the Bush tax cuts, revenue decreased, deficits increased and jobs and investment went down.
Contrary to what you wanted me to believe.
Folks who can't stand by their past words are useless, just the same as self important folk who can't laugh at themselves or the error of their choices are.
Let's not get into the fact that you've proven you can't perform simple mathematics.
Have fun on the playground with the other kids as your mind can only reach as far as what it's fed and not what it inspires.
Libertarians want all members of society to have abundant opportunities to achieve economic success. A free and competitive market allocates resources in the most efficient manner. Each person has the right to offer goods and services to others on the free market. The only proper role of government in the economic realm is to protect property rights, adjudicate disputes, and provide a legal framework in which voluntary trade is protected.
All efforts by government to redistribute wealth, or to control or manage trade, are improper in a free society.