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Subject: Re: Can you refuse to serve a felon? Date: 2/25/2014 9:06 AM
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The free market can often be effective but is not a cure all.

Ken
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YOu do realize, you are citing case after case regarding government prejudice and then railing at the free market. Right?

The thing is in a free market, someone will want the money involved, and fill the need, there would actually be seperate but equal at some point.

In a market where the government changes behavior, then what the free market would do, will simply NEVER be known, because it did not ever exist in these cases.

It was a case of arrogant morons in government doing what they wanted. Whether the moron is some religious bigot or some arrogant putz with a pen he is not afraid to use, it is still government

SO, let's stop this the free market may not be effective when it can't get all that close to most actual problems the government created and fostered for long periods of time
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