Question for the "free market libertarians"Watch
Now don't get me wrong I believe in freedom of the individual and choice of lifestyle, but I don't agree with social hierarchy or punishing people for things beyond their control.
What exactly are free market libertarians motivated by: all individuals or just protection from the state who won't "take" (redistribute) their money?
It just seems a bit inconsistent, how can someone poor make something of their lives without a system that enables them to?
They also buy the "American dream" meritocracy propaganda. Should we take bets on how long until Alan Sugar and Richard Branson are mentioned?
Some of them who are in upper management or an even higher class are obsessed with keeping their taxes to themselves and removing human rights/health and safety regulation. This allows them to indulge their fevered dream of total control over their workers' lives and driving down their pay.