Wednesday, June 08, 2005

The Radical Individualist

In this post on Cafe Hayek, I Am Indeed a Radical Individualist, Don Boudreaux has put himself up as defender of the faith by a quick doctrinal breakdown of what exactly it means to be a Radical Individualist.

Amen sir, your comments echo in my heart and mind.

However, what constantly appals me, really gets me in the gut, is why these ideas are termed Radical. If I have to be labelled a Radical to hold those views, then sign me up, take my picture and continue to dismiss my ideas. But I tell you what, the founders of this country, the one to which we pay our ever increasing tax burden, held similar views. They were considered Radical too.

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