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    1. radranaginn@att.net says:

      Protecting people from the consequences of freedom still makes them less free. I do not believe your imagined disasters will occur when freedom is increased.

  1. Hugh says:

    Monica,
    I was curious how you would define the expression “wedge issue”. I essentially agree with your definition. But an expression used as a wedge issue could also be considered “red meat”. And by that, I mean used to motivate the base of a political party, for example. Coming to mind is the expression “Illegal Immigration”. A wedge issue for sure, but clear red meat for many…including ME, in a positive sense! I want our borders sealed, illegals deported, and a “time out” for legal immigration. That’s my shot across the bow, Monica, as we might well differ on that topic. I don’t worship diversity, believe in multiculturalism, etc., as the Libertarians do. Those concepts fly in the face of basic human nature…how we are hard wired with our DNA. But I really don’t know where you fall out, thus I’m not really intending to categorize you.

    1. radranaginn@att.net says:

      “YOUR” BORDER IS AROUND “YOUR” PROPERTY. “MY” BORDER IS AROND MY PROPERTY. “OUR” BORDER IS JUST YOU MAKING DECISIONS FOR OTHER PEOPLE.

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