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    Today, 11:13 AM
    I live with family. And the computer I own was 50, nearly ten years old. I don't have money for a new system. I know about welfare claiming, I live in a social home, and my family members are recently employed. I have had some employment, not much. So i have the experience of knowing what it is like to be uneducated, I left school with poor grades, and didn't succeed at the college I went to. Depending on personality, and education, if you can't succeed, you can only do what is available. The attitude on here is that I can be an investment banker, which I can't or work in a bank. On this board I once read about a post of someone asking for food, it was sad, I appreciate the fact that a welfare system exists, had one existed for that individual on here, they wouldn't of needed to ask on a forum for food. I know socialism has had a bad track record. And yes life choices can matter, last year I had spoke to somebody at a benefit office, a lady who had been employed and unemployed, she wanted to get a council flat as I mentioned I lived in one. I have lived in one since I turned twenty five due to overcrowding as I shared a room with my brother more than three years ago, and bidding for a property was what got us a permanent social home, obviously it isn't free, there is a cheaper rent than private rent, council tax, and anyone needs repairing, the council send a private company to repair anything or check the boiler, electric meter, usually once a year.
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    04-27-2017, 07:02 PM
    Today I was asked by somebody for some money, I said to them I didn't have any to give them. I can just imagine what society would be like with so much changed. I think Libertarianism would be a bad experiment. Who would look after the children with no parents? So healthcare removed would only be available for immediate treatment, but nothing afterwards without any money if not available. Libertarian must be narcissistic? It must benefit the wealthy? What will that one Libertarian member of congress going to do? That lady who left the Republican party?
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    04-23-2017, 11:33 AM
    What people here are supporting is a free for all madness. A society with little government won't work. Government has done good and bad throughout history. California was run by a millionaire governor who refused to tax the wealthy, and then the state went bankrupt as there was no money, where is the logic there? There needs to be welfare, healthcare. Living in a society with just earn earn, and only earn will only be misery. Society must have a structure in place. It can't be me, me ,me only because you have earned it. I couldn't afford an operation alone if I were on 10,000 a year wage or less or on the welfare or both. You are advocating the destruction of people's lives only because history has shown that reality was unfair, and it was especially without technology, and medical science. I hope Mr Corbyn gets an opportunity to try and so something.
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    04-22-2017, 08:47 PM
    Don't bother, creationism with religion is just dangerous. Just stick to the evidence. There is no good, so you probably have nothing to worry about, except what you think is right and wrong. Oh, hopefully a little health care for those who need it. Not some walk one way, and believe another.
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    04-22-2017, 08:42 PM
    It is your inhumanity you should be disappointed in. Having a dog eat dog world isn't the answer to the future of interconnectedness.
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    04-12-2017, 12:24 PM
    The problem with those quotes is that, that is over two centuries ago. A lot wasn't known about people, or knowledge of life. We know better now. Yes people aren't angels. The current debt in America is nineteen trillion, so who ever is a younger person in 2080 will be living in a country, bigger or smaller than it is now, with debt larger than the country's coffers will have.
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    04-11-2017, 08:28 PM
    No, There is no liberty country anywhere. You can't demonstrate one. For the least leftwing parties have proven some success, with center polices. The only people who are being trolls are those who can't demonstrate this, there is only one Libertarian in the congress, a former republican party member. In the UK, If many Labour politicians or hell even some Conservatives who said we will end the National Health service, they would not win their seats. I certainly could never go private health care. But if the NHS was dismantled, it would just be bad. A society with no security, and people fall in difficult or uncertain times, it would be just bad. Look at America, I mean its really awful in some places, those here I'm sure would rather not go on about.
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    04-11-2017, 08:08 PM
    With this mindset, you seriously are a negative for humanity.
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    04-11-2017, 08:52 AM
    I just think the whole liberty view is a cult. I think people are deluded. Nobody has gotten into local government. Until then, I think like Communism, libertarianism is the same, just opposite. The Russians won't vote in Communists. Then again, they don't really have fair free elections.
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    04-11-2017, 08:40 AM
    Well, I agree saving the world will be really tough, the religious don't care as they believe their ticket is set for them. But yes people in Academia, and science, the challenges are so tough, that there is no guarantee, young people now will live to be old, or have a pension or what ever. I think some serious changes will have to be made by 2050 or in 2050, those changes implemented for a future for those who will be old, and young in that time.
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    04-10-2017, 02:01 PM
    No Rand isn't like his dad, he is more realistic. Typical ignorant response from a libertarian supporter, his idea of freedom is so long as I'm okay, nobody matters, and the poor they are lazy wasters. If Libertarianism did have some kind of meaning, surely local government would of had candidates. I think Libertarianism is just like the Communist belief, Mr Paul always went on about the Soviet empire, or Cuba having a failed system, well his system of try hasn't been accepted anywhere. I think business would just get away with what they could, and the poor a lot worse off. His non interventionist position about conflict reminds me of Jeremy Corbyn, the loony left politician as many see him. He only believed three wars were worth fighting, and one was the Spanish war. Poll ratings are 25% what they were when Mr Brown was leader of the party, and country seven years ago.
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    04-10-2017, 01:51 PM
    You can delude yourself, and think you live in your own world, but you don't You share the environment with people you may know, and those you don't. So stop being so self centered and give some thought for the people who live after you.
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    04-10-2017, 01:11 PM
    Now, don't be a zealot. Be critical. If a Libertarian got elected, I'd be stating my point.
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    04-10-2017, 12:58 PM
    Mr Paul fails to understand the dominance, and the balance of power is partly the reason for America's dominance. National security means, energy. He was in congress for a few decades, and didn't seem to offer any solutions to America's energy hungry economy.
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    04-10-2017, 12:43 PM
    Well the communists never achieved anything in that time or Libertarians. Socialists were only on the rise as were the communists since it was a new idea, even though there are similarities. Liberalism helped changed society.
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    04-10-2017, 12:41 PM
    Hi, Isn't somewhat obvious that Mr Paul wasted his time in government? He took in a tax payer's wage right. He may of gave back his pension, because simply didn't need it. But overall his whole career as a liberty politician was a waste of his time, and money. ;)
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    04-07-2017, 11:05 AM
    It is the truth. Nobody seeks independence because it is a pipe dream, it isn't 1917!
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    04-07-2017, 11:03 AM
    Texas shouldn't leave due to the NASA facility. In the end, nobody can stop a territory from being independent, but ultimately security is better with a union. I'd like to live in an Independent England, but I don't know if that would happen, if the former Prime Minister, Mr Brown is successful in campaigning for a third way for Scotland, they may not leave the union with England, and remain in the EU. So his idea is to keep both. As for Labour winning in England in safe conservative seats, pretty unlikely, only if severe corruption occurred.
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    04-04-2017, 07:46 PM
    Less, that by being independent, you aren't really secure.
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    04-04-2017, 07:38 PM
    Be prepared for less. Any state anywhere wanting to leave will have to accept, some serious changes in the standard of living.
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    04-04-2017, 07:37 PM
    No America can't be great again, due to pollution, the environment, energy problems. It isn't the last century. No nation can be great over the next century or two, the world will face a serious amount of challenges with a booming population, that every country will be affected, since everybody is interconnected.
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    04-03-2017, 04:41 PM
    Just this month changes have taken place here where the now former chancellor's new benefit changes are being enacted. Now only two children will be supported by benefit, no more. Now I understand that, I can't argue against it. No housing benefit claims for those twenty one and living alone, so not with family. Going to be tough for those in that situation. It is immoral. And you people talk about taxation being theft, well sure is, but we live in better times, this isn't 1917. Food stamps don't offer the unemployed any respect as an example, I thought this last month. That is wrong, cash payments should be available, not much, but just enough to survive.
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    03-31-2017, 09:09 PM
    Social democracy is a step further from communism, at the end of the day Libertarianism is similar to the Communists as it is also a deluded belief. Living in a society where government has very little role, is not right, and having charity fork up isn't workable. My country has had a good health service here, and as much as there problems with it, I certainly don't want to return to a society without it. There is some kind of a Libertarian party here, but won't ever be elected. Fortunately the conservatives never chose the path to remove the health service. For those who can afford private health care here, well good for them.
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    03-31-2017, 08:59 PM
    Mr Paul is an odd guy. I think deep down he plays the game that the candidates have had to play, people the mass as fools, but walk a careful line with the truth about facts.
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    03-31-2017, 08:50 PM
    I doubt a Libertarian party would succeed there, after all its a selfish belief, based on a utopian ideal. That simply realistically couldn't work. Society would end up with children with nowhere to live who don't have parents. May be social democracy would work better for America. Funny, Mr Ron Paul was saying that the universe is 4.6 billion years old, yet couldn't say whether he believed in evolution back in 2008.
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