Why do the libertarian nut jobs always seem to be right about the future?

When I was growing up they warned of conspiracy's to rob us of our wealth, freedom, & heritage. And we are now past what they predicted and on the edge of total totalitarianism. The current lies: Health care--the only thing wrong with it is the government regulations and lawsuits that run cost up Global warming--A lie designed to destroy capitalism Free trade--US factories can not compete with the slave labor of Asia. UN-- Almost every day we lose a little more control of our country.

Asked By: justice - 12/15/2009
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Since they are right, they aren't nuts, are they? Libertarians are right, because liberty is better solution than anything else. The government can't do anything right. The free market does a much better job.
Answered By: Natalie - 12/15/2009
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LOL...That's a news....It seems to be all way around...LOL
Answered By: nirv - 12/15/2009
Because our judgment isnt clouded by lies from the politicians and left right politics. Our only concern is freedom and personal choice.
Answered By: Sound_of_the_silenced - 12/15/2009
You could not be more incorrect in every single belief you possess.
Answered By: BuddhaTea - 12/15/2009
because those nut jobs saw the writing on the wall. they put 2 and 2 together and they got 4 - they don't listen to the lies as they know that it doesn't matter what you are a dem or repub - they are still politicians and they still don't care what the little people want. don't know why you are calling them nut jobs to... More
Answered By: Skittles - 12/15/2009
Peter Schiff is right because he understands economics. Our president.....fails....because he doesnt.
Answered By: Memphis - 12/15/2009
You better check your handbook.... Real libertarians support free trade.
Answered By: Tom - 12/15/2009
There is nothing uniquely 'libertarian' in any of those examples as all of these warnings are equally conservative in their source.
Answered By: RitchWilliams - 12/15/2009
Um, I don't see any evidence for what you're arguing here... More
Answered By: Nate - 12/15/2009
Nope they are pro free trade with no regulations
Answered By: kunpowchikin - 12/15/2009
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