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I was debating my LIBERTARIAN (sic) friends in Naples Florida on FACEBOOK the other day...the thread started about voter registration, then continued on about the labeling of Monsanto GMO's. I like debating the Libertarians because they support INSANE ABSOLUTIST FREE MARKET SOLUTIONS to everything on PLANET's so easy to corner them into a box. Most of the Libertarians I know are spoiled rich kid "spoon fed" Republicans rebelling against their wealthy suburban parents.    

But then the debate got counteract their LIBERTARIAN FREE MARKET UTOPIA, I brought up the issue of the importance of gov't regulation and the Endangered Species Act, concerning the death of a female pregnant black bear, that was killed by a construction dump truck on October 1, in the Fatahachee Strand State Park in Collier County, where the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is building a water pump station. The really tragedy is a female black bear can carry up to four cubs in their there could be up to five dead bears in this photo...

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So, one of my LIBERTARIAN (sic) friends responded by posting a VIDEO "Ask a Libertarian: Can we hunt and eat endangered animals in a libertarian world?"

...and according to is OK for Libertarians to hunt and eat endangered species animals...because they live in a (delusional) LIBERTARIAN FREE MARKET UTOPIA...oblivious to the suffering of humans and all creatures on by using their free market logic that it is OK to hunt and eat endangered species, I then declared that it is OK (SATIRE) for liberal progressive Democrats to EAT LIBERTARIAN CHILDREN...based on their INSANE ABSOLUTIST FREE MARKET SOLUTIONS...they did not like that!

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