“While it’s difficult to imagine why anyone would deny that mutually agreed upon, voluntary exchanges between an American and, say, someone in China are free…” (I’ll take the communist party for $100, Alex)

July 14, 2012 § 2 Comments

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§ 2 Responses to “While it’s difficult to imagine why anyone would deny that mutually agreed upon, voluntary exchanges between an American and, say, someone in China are free…” (I’ll take the communist party for $100, Alex)

  • Visible says:

    Your statement is improperly formed. You pick a category first and then Alex reads the card. You FAIL!
    Totally a shill for the Elizabeth Warren camp.

  • Anonymous says:

    I hear China is nice this time of year. But don’t forget your gas mask if you are going in any of the big cities. The smog can be a killer.

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