out those who can’t handle it.” – The Godfather, Part III
|The Fakes vs. the Flakes
|Notes Toward a Reconstruction
of Libertarian Politics
||Aug. 10, 2007
profess a commitment to social change for ideals of justice, equality, and opportunity, and then abstain from and discourage all effective action for change. They are known by their brand, “I agree with your ends but not your means.” They function as blankets ... smoldering sparks of dissension that promise to flare up into the fire of action. These Do-Nothings appear publicly as good men, humanitarian, concerned with justice and dignity. In practice they are invidious.
… America the way it should be: constitutionally centered, limited government, capitalist, largely
prosperous, with strong families, strong communities, but tolerant of progress and accepting of diversity.
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