Sunday, June 17, 2018
A Few Questions for Newton Acton Paxton
At the post, The Street Hustler Trump and the Separated Border Kids, Newton Acton Paxton writes (My responses are in blue):
"if the families had been apprehended entering the country illegally"
See, here's the thing (for all you myopic, unprincipled, voting, bleeding heart LIBertarians): They were NOT INVITED. See, you guys (Wenzel at the top of the list) keep spouting off about how people who are invited to work blah blah blah.
So if the United States government set up a policy of allowing people in who were invited in advance to work would you be in favor of it?
But we are NOT talking about people with jobs waiting who were invited and have a place to stay and are insured and bonded.
"Insured and bonded," isn't this pre-crime thinking?
By your idiotic logic, what would happen if the ~5 billion people who wanted to come to America to ride welfare or just be awesome becuz USA showed up? They just get to march in and get on the dole? And vote?
I have never advocated that anyone entering the country be allowed to vote and have never advocated putting anyone entering the country be put on the dole. I have consistently called for a Welfare Wall.
The argument that because there is no current law against handouts and that therefore we must limit the liberties of border crosses is the ass-backward-libertarian reflected in the thinking that the way to advance liberty is to limit it even more. Is that what you want?
Wenzel, I would love to hear your understanding of this situation from a real world consequences perspective. Do you really think all 7 billion people on this earth have a right to march into the geographic territory known as the United States of America and settle here and collect welfare (since that is the reality: we have a welfare system that they can access).
As I have pointed out in "Foundations of Private Property Society Theory: Anarchism for the Civilized Person," I do not believe in rights and have never advocated the trespassing of even one person on private property much less 7 billion. Do you not understand that private property solves the problem or are you just going to revert to some ass-backward-libertarian argument and claim to advance liberty by advocating moving away from it---by supporting the separation of children from their families?
at 2:12 PM