Yeah, well, maybe

Even the most ardent supporter of Libertarian principles must admit that sometimes - just sometimes - some Libertarians can possibly, perhaps, maybe come across a bit like this:



Martin said...

Saw this over at the Mises Inst forums. I lol'd then and I lol'd now.

My personal favourite (not being a fan of electoral politics) is entitled "Libertarian presidential debates" with two figures on soap boxes.

"The government are after ME most!"
"No, the government are after ME most!"

Good times, good times.

Anonymous said...

"If Housepets were Libertarians"

Conversely,if Libertarians were Housepets,you could administer a size 10 leather enema(2nd lace hole) every time something or someone got on your threepennies

opsimath said...

It would be an ever sadder world than it is if we couldn't laugh at anything - including ourselves - from time to time!

Of course, there are some who would scream 'Ban it' - but are they libertarians?

Nigel Sedgwick said...

That's the trouble with coarse quantisation of the political namespace. To say nothing of overloading!

What's to be done?

Best regards

Dick Puddlecote said...

Funny yes, but more applicable to anarchists than libertarians, I'd venture.

There is a difference. ;-)

AntiCitizenOne said...

Some of us think that the whole point of the welfare state is to turn people into state pets.

Uncle Marvo said...

Funneh. Then afterwards, food for thought.

Excellent spot.