After writing about such an emotionally charged issue yesterday, let’s change the topic and enjoy a bit of levity.
I’ve shared several examples of anti-libertarian humor, most of which are fairly clever because they seize on something that is sort of true and take it to the preposterous extreme.
Here’s something with a different flavor. It basically mocks libertarians for being naively idealistic youngsters who then “grow up” and stop being libertarian.
There’s enough truth to this that I laughed, though I think the trait of being overly idealistic probably applies to all politically minded young people.
I remember thinking “let’s abolish Social Security overnight” in my younger years, whereas now I think we need to transition to a system of personal retirement accounts.
Is this a sign that I’ve “grown up” and that I’m no longer libertarian, or is it simply a recognition that progress sometimes has…
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