Actually, I'm a minarchist.
If you see any form of government as you enemy you are clearly not.
because it isn't bound by contracts
But neither are you from that long discussion earlier.
Of course, you, being a totalitarian, aren't bothered by that.
Supporting the idea of a Republic where people get to vote makes me that? Good to know.
Don't go writing any dictionaries.
It would serve you well to at least google a topic before you pretend expertise.
Hasn't stopped you before Crash and perhaps you should try try it on this one.
This is like talking to an Eliza bot - you've gone and told me I am not correct about something but not pointed out what it is - utterly fucking useless. It's clearly just one of your stock insults.
I know a sentence there is long but getting to the end of it or at least the words "even isolationists" before replying is the polite thing to do. The rockets make it popular to oppose the idiots setting off rockets - thus counterproductive.
Read "Mission Earth" by L. Ron Hubbard
I've already had the misfortune of reading some Rand after people on this site went on about it so I'd probably rather chew my own arm off before reading more SF written to push an ideology.
I'll take your word for it.
Tea Party troll
He's not that. He's an anarchist who goes as far as saying you should be able to break any contract so long as it's to your advantage. Government of any kind expects people to play by rules so is automatically his enemy so you are not going to convince him.
And the problem with the left is that they can't compromise
Often the "compromise" wanted is complete capitulation so the people who see themselves firmly on the "right" can appear "strong".
Stupid fucking games instead of trying to run something properly. Edge cases on minor issues getting attention just to deliberately start a fight instead of actual governance.
In a lot of cases it's not "left" or "right" but huge fucking egos trying to turkey slap everyone just to prove they have balls.
"Regardless of the legal speed limit, your Buick must be operated at speeds faster than 85 MPH (140kph)." -- 1987 Buick Grand National owners manual.