Cut and trimming always works! That's what every politician says.
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Then it was taken over by what are known as "partyarchs"( term coined by SEK3 in 1972 to denote "anarchists" who had rejected the State (head of the octopus) only to embrace its tentacle, a political party. )
Other than that theres also many more deeper rooted issues in the system than just some sort of policy decisions, don't think of policy as magic rules set there by God but as creations of ours, you need to change the people and not the laws.
Also IMO we're too short sighted to make the sort of informed decisions the free market needs to be stable, we'd be prioritizing short term profit at the expense of our and everyone elses future.
Then again, you can ask if we should still be free to make those short sighted decisions. But that's just a moral and formal question. The real problem is that adopting any ism alone isn't going to morph the world into any utopia.
And to answer your question: I think the idea of individual freedom and right of self-control has a chance but not the Libertarian Party and you will not see any openly libertarian thinkers in the White House and even if there were there ain't much they could do, The System is always bigger than the individual.
Deus Factus Sum.
Faux News is behind it, so I don't expect it to fail.
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