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Not happy about paying for these things I won't be using.
Will the government next coerce me into buying caviar for myself and the poor people who don't want to work?
Free will implies you can create decisions out of nothing (i.e. ex nihilo).
But your point is moot because no European government spent less money in any year than the previous year during so-called "austerity".
Second, even if it was, calling someone a name is a pretty thin argument.
Third, what is wrong with believing homosexuality is immoral? I think it is wrong. Obama thought it was wrong. You've got a lot of work to do if you're going to call all the people names that disagree with you.
The other guy was a lot more daring than you.
Remember: austerity means less money spent than previous years. If that's happened in Europe it's before anyone can remember.
The name "austerity" implies a lot less money spent, but nothing couple be further from the truth.
The side that wanted to USE the nukes was Cuba. The USSR wasn't comfortable with it.
What is so wrong about the view that the carcass was always there with a knife in its back?
I can see David Hume giving someone a big high-five over that conclusion.
Yeah, and if I found a valentines day card in my mail box. It was always there!
The USSR determined 6 million Ukrainians didn't *need* to eat.
More broadly, why do you think Stalin pursued the New Economic Policy (NEP)? The premise of it was to allow more free market principles into the system.
Were the Soviets just not Communist enough? Or did they not recognize the amazing leaps forward they had made? Or what exactly?
Because to me the whole thing smells like a spectacular failure.
So what exactly are you discontent with?