10-18-2016, 01:32 PM
Uh, no, I never argued that since government destroys jobs we should have welfare, that was something YOU brought up. I'm sorry, but that doesn't make people more free on the whole, my solutions make people more free on the whole and that is my goal.
Uh, no again, I'm saying that since companies DID NOT DRUG TEST before the government forced them to, now that the government is forcing most companies to drug test, the solution is to ban drug testing. We would be back to where we were before, when companies made the decision NOT to drug test on their own because they had the freedom to do so.
That is not more government intervention, it's LESS government intervention, because the market would mirror the free market much more closely.
You're trying to make some silly argument akin to saying that a bill that is 100 words is better than a bill that is 200 words, even if the bill that is 200 words gives people more freedom than the bill that is 100 words. I'm looking at the RESULT of government intervention in some aspect, does it give people more freedom or not? You are looking at the logistics and playing word games that don't amount to anything intellectually or principally substantial.