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We're good. You have to say, "Candyman" FOUR times.
Question for everyone: what are those rules?
Aren't they supposed to be posted for comment somewhere?
It's a shame that Senator from Illinois wasn't elected President. He promised transparency.
Stern Electronics' Berkerk comes to mind.
CHICKEN FIGHT LIKE A ROBOT
I don't even know where you're going with 'personal liberty.' The economic system has so little to do with what you're allowed to say, which god you're allowed to worship, or how you spend your free time as to be completely orthogonal.
We have three essential freedoms: life, liberty, and property. Taxes reduce our property, so their use must be as guarded as are the limits on the other two. You almost hit on it with your last example; indeed, if I choose to spend my free time in an activity that I can no longer afford due to high taxation, that's a clear negative impact due to the economic system.