What are we against and what are we for?

We must set the parameters for barking at cars: what are we against and what are we for?

A capitalist anarchist libertarian social democratic (I know they are mutually exclusive but there are threads in them all that are useful) economic system based on regulation of markets for the greater good, where cronyism in all forms is not tolerated, where society is not a dirty word, and where social mobility is actively encouraged.  Where the triumph of empiricism over opinion is the way forward.

Where corporations are not people (if so whatever happened to corporate manslaughter?)

Somewhere we have to have the sans culottes (crazy names crazy guys), the levellers and the enlightenment.

Do you think we would get any votes?

In some ways I have a feeling we are heading towards 19th century liberals.

http://www.economist.com/blogs/democracyinamerica/2013/06/intergenerational-wealth-1

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