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My prime concern is libertarians who don't provide enough services to make people stay in their country.

While competitors exist, this is a huge waste of labor.

Additionally, providing services to the vulnerable awards a government a particular moral platform on the world stage.
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I just thought of a decent question.

Libertarians: Idealistic teenagers or sociopaths?
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I just thought of a decent question.

Libertarians: Idealistic teenagers or sociopaths?
You spelt communists wrong.
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It's that day of the week?
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(Original post by SWCoffee)
I just thought of a decent question.

Libertarians: Idealistic teenagers or sociopaths?
Well not all of us are teenagers and I'm not impulsive enough to be a sociopath - I have more psychopathic tendencies (58%, with the average score for a woman being 42% and a man being 52%). For the difference between the two: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-st...-10422016.html, for Channel 4's interesting psychopath spectrum test, see: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/psychopath-night.

I guess the answer is neither.
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I just thought of a decent question.

Libertarians: Idealistic teenagers or sociopaths?
I'd certainly pick the latter sometimes but the same would go for most of the house!
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I'd certainly pick the latter sometimes but the same would go for most of the house!
I’m sure the socialists prefer being called idealist... er I mean realists
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I’m sure the socialists prefer being called idealist... er I mean realists
While UKIP are uh...
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Can the Libertarian party confirm if Connor will be returning to the Libertarian party? He has stated his intention to take up the party whip, and if he is to be included in the Libertarian party I will consider him to be a member of the party for activity data going forwards, until a time when he leaves the party at least.
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Can the Libertarian party confirm if Connor will be returning to the Libertarian party? He has stated his intention to take up the party whip, and if he is to be included in the Libertarian party I will consider him to be a member of the party for activity data going forwards, until a time when he leaves the party at least.
Yes, he should be returning pending talks, but he is not yet a member at this point.
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Yes, he should be returning pending talks, but he is not yet a member at this point.
I'll consider him as external to the party until he joins the usergroup then. Thank you for your assistance
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Our MP line-up for this term:

Seat 28: Saunders16
Seat 29: CatusStarbright
Seat 30: TCFactor
Seat 31: CountBrandenburg
Seat 32: _gcx
Seat 33: mrwb9876
Seat 34: Jammy Duel
Seat 35: joecphillips
Seat 36: SuperHuman98

-Saunders
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I thank all of the Libertarian party for granting me an opportunity to enter the house as an MP and I look forward to participating in the game more to push for a more free Britain and of course engaging with my fellows within the house
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(Original post by Saunders16)
Our MP line-up for this term:

Seat 28: Saunders16
Seat 29: CatusStarbright
Seat 30: TCFactor
Seat 31: CountBrandenburg
Seat 32: _gcx
Seat 33: mrwb9876
Seat 34: Jammy Duel
Seat 35: joecphillips
Seat 36: SuperHuman98

-Saunders
I would like to congratulate the Libertarian party on putting forward such a formidable team of MPs. Based on the last month the average HoC posts per day per MP for your party is 1.33, even taking into account that two of your members have not posted in the HoC in the last month (though they have posted before the start of the election proceedings). This achievement is only slightly lessened by me cheekily pointing out that the Liberal Parties equivalent score is 1.51 with many active members not give seats

I look forward to debating with and against you all in the term to come
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(Original post by DayneD89)
I would like to congratulate the Libertarian party on putting forward such a formidable team of MPs. Based on the last month the average HoC posts per day per MP for your party is 1.33, even taking into account that two of your members have not posted in the HoC in the last month (though they have posted before the start of the election proceedings). This achievement is only slightly lessened by me cheekily pointing out that the Liberal Parties equivalent score is 1.51 with many active members not give seats

I look forward to debating with and against you all in the term to come
I am also not included in this total and we also have one more seat to fill than you.

But I do take your point, both of our parliamentary teams are fantastically active, showing that our two parties both have a deep rooted desire to revive this house from its activity slump.
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I am also not included in this total and we also have one more seat to fill than you.

But I do take your point, both of our parliamentary teams are fantastically active, showing that our two parties both have a deep rooted desire to revive this house from its activity slump.
True on the first point, though to counter your second point, us having an extra seat would actually have brought out average up.
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I would like to congratulate the Libertarian party on putting forward such a formidable team of MPs. Based on the last month the average HoC posts per day per MP for your party is 1.33, even taking into account that two of your members have not posted in the HoC in the last month (though they have posted before the start of the election proceedings). This achievement is only slightly lessened by me cheekily pointing out that the Liberal Parties equivalent score is 1.51 with many active members not give seats

I look forward to debating with and against you all in the term to come
Thank you, I'm very proud of the team of MPs we have this term. It will definitely allow us to pursue our agenda much more effectively from the start than we could last time round, and with more representation in the house we should be able to push things considerably to the right wherever we end up. We should probably consider, though, that - as per usual - both our parties' post counts are boosted by ourselves quite a bit

I also look forward to working with you where there's common ground and ensuring we come to better solutions in the areas where there isn't!
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(Original post by DayneD89)
I would like to congratulate the Libertarian party on putting forward such a formidable team of MPs. Based on the last month the average HoC posts per day per MP for your party is 1.33, even taking into account that two of your members have not posted in the HoC in the last month (though they have posted before the start of the election proceedings). This achievement is only slightly lessened by me cheekily pointing out that the Liberal Parties equivalent score is 1.51 with many active members not give seats

I look forward to debating with and against you all in the term to come
Would you like to filter out posts in irrelevant threads such as the spam of vote x during the election or long lists of posts in the Q&A thread, you know, all the things that aren't debate?
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Would you like to filter out posts in irrelevant threads such as the spam of vote x during the election or long lists of posts in the Q&A thread, you know, all the things that aren't debate?
Im planning on something like that once we have debates, but for now it's hard to define what is and isn't a relevant post. Of course we never will be able to really, but when bills start getting posted again I will start producing party activity data based solely on threads with a title matching regex ^[BV][0-9]{3,4} so that it's only bill debate posts that get recorded.
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Our MP line-up for this term:

Seat 28: Saunders16
Seat 29: CatusStarbright
Seat 30: TCFactor
Seat 31: CountBrandenburg
Seat 32: _gcx
Seat 33: mrwb9876
Seat 34: Jammy Duel
Seat 35: joecphillips
Seat 36: SuperHuman98

-Saunders
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