Friday, November 19, 2010 6:26:48 AM
haha.. looks very wired ihmo :D
statistics are really complicated sometimes.. reading and interpreting them right are indeed two very different things.. you have to learn over the years.. so dont worry if you cant do it by.. dont care what others say!!!! good luck :)
Sunday, September 5, 2010 12:55:03 PM
@Cajun247 The government currently doesn't allow private entities to certify marriages. That’s because the government has a monopoly on violence. You don’t have the ECONOMIC freedom to unsubscribe from them without moving. The fact that this is not obvious to you is beyond me.
[quote]Being able to choose benefits is economic freedom.[/quote] It’s also personal freedom because it’s your personal choice to choose which company you wish to receive benefits from.
Sunday, September 5, 2010 12:52:57 PM
@Cajun247 On the contrary you cannot put the two together. You’re wrong. The two are inseparable. Who you choose to do business with is a personal choice.
[quote]The statement you cited is social freedom[/quote] No one is talking about social freedom. We are talking about personal and economic freedom. The statement I said was both because you (for the most part) won’t be doing business with those who don’t view your marriage as legitimate(economic freedom) and marriage is a personal choice(personal freedom). Here’s an example of why it’s also economic freedom. If company A says they will only give heterosexual couples special privileges and company B will give special privileges to both heterosexual and homosexual couples, then all the homosexual couples will flee to company B.
Thursday, September 2, 2010 12:29:32 PM
@AnarchistGod On the contrary you cannot put the two together. The statement you cited is social freedom. The government currently doesn't allow private entities to certify marriages. Being able to choose benefits is economic freedom.