Monday, November 21, 2011

Serious Badass

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2011 1:43 pm Post subject: Reply with quote Add User to Ignore List

As long as small businesses are benefiting from government subsidized:
    fire protection
    worker health
    worker education
    building standards
    banking acreditation
    and currency

...then their market isn't going to be truly "free" now is it? As long as the owner of a small business can grab a hot dog and trust that there is a government agency guarantying that it is not poisonous and government run court system allowing him to receive damages if it is - nothing that businessman does after lunch will be done without having received indirect government subsidy.

So that small business is already benefiting from regulations and does not exist in a free market. Even if no regulation mentions that business' business at all and they never have to talk to even a single regulator or inspector. It is literally impossible to be unregulated, because every input into your company down to the fact that your workers can read is government regulated.


Not me but a guy I think highly of.

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