Five Ft. Three

“A society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree of both.” ― Milton Friedman

For every action, there is an opposite reaction

on December 1, 2009

Aren’t liberals the ones who love thinking they have the scientific minds (until science proves their agendas wrong, but I disgress…)

So if actions have reactions, or consequences (which we all know they do) then it would go to reason that one must accept the consequences of our actions, should we not? And when a third party tries to “fix” problems created by someone else, then they in turn are doing actions that will have further consequences just by the laws of physics, or something like that? We cannot force a reaction onto someone else for our actions, can we? Or should we? It doesn’t make sense to do so, does it?

Explain where I am wrong, because I am a bit sleep deprived, so maybe the reaction to that is the reason for this ramble and caffeine tomorrow with your take could help me understand. Thanks!


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