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Jun 16, 2012
When Wally gets through with Elbonia the meaning of the word "standards" will be completely lost. What happens in Elbonia, presumably stays there, unless the Elbonians decide to have a little visit with the PHB about the Zen of Wally....
Jun 15, 2012
It's not that it's necessarily legal but that it's not illegal. Society spends a lot of time saying what you can't do, until somebody decides that something you're doing, shouldn't be done... I think...
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Jun 15, 2012
@Galestar & others

these descriptive terms are obviously used very inconsistently across the globe.
here in Australia Liberal describes a right leaning conservative
there is nothing liberal (small l) about Liberals here
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Jun 15, 2012
A libertarian is fiscally conservative and socially liberal. You can't be more specific than that because being a libertarian means you're free to believe whatever you want. If you have ten libertarians in a room and asked them all what they felt about a certain topic, you could easily get ten different answers and yet they'd all be from libertarians. That's why the so called "Libertarian Party" can't really be libertarian. Political parties generally relie on dogma that all members adhere to. Libertarians would never do that beyond the generalties mentioned. We believe everyone should have the right to do anything he or she wants to as long as it harms no one else. To find out more, Google the CATO Institute. -JJM
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Jun 15, 2012

"It's NOT that Wally is planning to do crazy things in Elbonia. "

Between his 3 to 4 ex-wives, three blown fortunes, most recently blowing $1 billion dollars on an odd-duck game in Vegas, and his general Wally-ness ... can you be sure?
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