Discussion in 'Politics and Debate' started by SAKARINBO, Jan 30, 2018.
I scored way closer to anarchy lmao
Anarchy my ass!
"Death to the opposition" - Worf
Hah! I knew you're a Nazi.
By being center left?
That's authoritarian left.
Rohm himself was very socialistic.
I'm literally on the line neither authoritarian or libertarian.
If you look at the diagram, your point is heavy on the authoritarian side.
This is actually consistent with my observation that gays do tend to be more authoritarian.
Probably has something to do with the long history of their persecutions.
Say, I'm curious, how much do you know about the history of the gay movement?
Don't worry about me, I'm not a conservative or anti gay.
People can do anything they want for all I care.
But I do noticed the recent trend where gays slammed other unconventional sexual gravitation under the bus in order to legitimize their own movement as mainstream.
apparently we feel differently about a few things
I wanna know what they are.
I was starting to think the quiz is biased to force people into the left libertarian.
I’d like to see results of all our current political leaders (the world, not just Canada)
We need to get all the social conservatives away from politics (the ones who want to legislate morality, tell people what holes they’re allowed to use in the bedroom, not the ones who want smaller government, I get that and actually agree with them on some points when their views aren’t obviously harmful to multitudes)
me too actually... might have been that Karl Marx quote
Which quote is it?
'"from each according to his ability, to each according to his need" is a fundamentally good idea.'
Weird, then how come you end up on the Libertarian Right?
Marx was a Communist, the Libertarian Right is associated with people like Milton Friedman and Ron Paul.
I disagreed with it
What are the things that you agreed with?
idk probably something like, if you can afford better medical care then you should have access to it
Why can't we make it so that everyone have access to better medical care whether they can afford it or not?
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