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Subject: Re: I Went Back To Ohio, But My City Was Gone Date: 12/11/2012 8:07 AM
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I do have to admit that I work in the public sector and I'm one greedy SOB. Well, I like to keep what's mine which is "greed" per the lefties (but them keeping what's theirs isn't, of course). I'm also not a lefty. Taking them down from the inside ;-).
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I think most conservatives are greedy, libertarians are definately greedy

How is it not greedy to want government and society work in a way that you perceive will generate the most progress, the most good and provide the most freedom. A freedom that will be granted to you as a member and goods and productivity that will make your life better?

My greed actively makes me want a society that is better for everyone, that gives every member the most opportunity and that allows each member to succeed to the best of their abilities. I want the benefits of everyone's best.

My belief as a conservative with a strong libertarian side is that the society that I see liberals trying to implement would suck for everyone, and that moving toward not away from libertarianism is the best path for me -- and also for my children and for the disabled and the lazy and......
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