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so libertarian is an insult now?

Yeah, I can see that.

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so libertarian is an insult now?

Yeah, I can see that.

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Racist Dog.

Yes, in the spirit of the Tbox, it is a depiction of the white man putting down, oh so subtely, the Scot, not Mr Scot, but hey, white man always stepping on the Scots. Kurb, once again, you can spy these things out to the benefit of humanity. Kudos to you. (tongue firmly in cheek)

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remember that time you melted down and hurled racial slurs when no one gave a fug about your toilet cleaning pepaw?

Hahaha you mad bro?

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so libertarian is an insult now?

Yeah, I can see that.

arguing that one can be "socially liberal" while being "economically conservative" is pretty fuging silly and it appears as though that's the gist of american libertarianism soooo

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Thank God Almighty we have Gosposdin here to remind us that everything is attributable to racism. As for libertarianism... God forbid anyone actually believe that we should be able to live as we see fit so long as we don't infringe upon the rights of others.

When you have someone actually take something from you personally and find that your trust in putting government in power hinges upon those guys up top actually siding with your world-view, you might have a shot at actually getting the gist of what the real world is about. Until then, continue with your pedantic rantings of arrested development afforded by living in an ivory tower.

this is quite the word salad

also basically libertarians.txt, right down to the self serving "WHEN YOU GROW UP AND SEE THE REAL WORLD" bullshit and endless faith in the inherently flawed "free market"

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