Mr. Jones wrote:
Is what 98.2% of Cbid demoncrats say....
Yes, it's true Jonsey. Cbid demoncrats hate any mention of gubment being in chains.
It leaves them speechless, choking on their cigar and babbling nonsense.
Spey is trying to instigate an intellectual argument. Good luck with that.
I'm not sure about his starting point, he fails first by inserting the assertion that anything that crushes centralized gubment rule one way or another won't work, he says anarchism is Utopian. It won't work he says. I guess the same applies to libertarians, classical liberals, and old-right conservatives.
At the same time, he advocates for a minimalistic form of government that reflects the constitution and the will of the people. I thought that was the framework left by the founders who were not Utopian and knew that humans were easily corruptible and violent, that there were those that are always seeking more centralized power and the perks that go with it.
Many instinctively knew it wouldn't last as the republic grew in territory and population. Some counted on it because they were the dedicated archists who were seeking dominion over the states and the people. Words on a piece of paper and the "will of the people " called democracy were easily corrupted to their favor.