Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Federal Republic of Trans-American Empire (elected 280 days ago)

Founder: The Democratic Republic of Xyanth

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We invite political debate here. Many times these debates grow heated. If you are the type of person who's feelings get hurt over sarcasm or having your reality challenged, you do not belong here. People complaining to NS moderators over posts on this RMB will be banned for their own good. Better they should be in a place they can be happy.

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Embassies: Capitalist Paradise, The Ascendancy, United Republic of Nations, Cashnatchee, Eladen, Coalition of Democratic States, The United League, Laissez Faireholm, New Republica, The Alliance Pocket Universe, League of Christian Nations, Unitarian Union, The Autocratic Imperium of Nations, The Darwin Allied Republics, Union of Nationalists, the Land of Power, and 9 others.Libertatem, Benevolent Capitalism, The Western Empire, The Illuminati, chris puppet storage, The Federal Islands 2nd Gen, The Military Commonwealth, John Galt, and The Christian Nations.

Construction of embassies with Tobiasan has commenced. Completion expected in 1 day 23 hours.

Tags: Democratic, Capitalist, National Sovereigntist, Social, Industrial, Free Trade, Independent, Modern Tech, Medium, and Libertarian.

Regional Power: Moderate

Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region contains 28 nations, the 441st most in the world.


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The Largest Insurance Industry in Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region

As a region, Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region is ranked 52nd in the world for Largest Insurance Industry.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Allied States of Reed AudioCorporate Bordello“Leave Us Alone.”
2.The Free Republic of JakaniaCapitalist Paradise“Peace and Prosperity Through Freedom and Responsibility”
3.The Democratic Republic of XyanthCapitalizt“If there ain't a buck in it, then pack it in.”
4.The Parent Company of HollipWA MemberCapitalist Paradise“Now with 50% added outsourcing!”
5.The Republic of Nash HintonWA MemberAnarchy“Long live liberty, equality, and progress.”
6.The Corporate Empire of The Shinra BusinessCorporate Police State“Shin-Ra - Building a safer, better tomorrow.”
7.The Educational Constituency of PhrontisteriesCivil Rights Lovefest“We are the application of knowledge.”
8.The Incorporated States of Principality of ZundrbarAnarchy“Sic semper tyrannis, Montani semper libri, ”
9.The Federal Republic of IcookitAnarchy“Don't Tread on Me”
10.The Libertarian Society of Da FirenzeWA MemberAnarchy“Non Buelvo Sin Vencer”
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Regional Poll • Should a law passed under a curtain of lies be enforced?

The Democratic Republic of Xyanth wrote:It is now painfully clear Obamcare is a giant con job on the public. But what do we do now? Vote and let us know.

Voting opened 6 days ago and will close in 13 hours. Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

Last poll: “Should parents be responsible for their children's on line activities?”

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Another one: "Due to my theory of egalitarian redistribution, your mama needs to be shared among all the workers from the factory"

New poll will be up tomorrow.

It seems that every child over the age of seven has access to a computer now. With that access comes things like Facebook pages, blogs and e-mail.

A Georgia appellate court just ruled that parents in that state are liable for what their minor children post on line.[1] The case surrounds a fraudulent Facebook page set up by a minor. He changed pictures of the girl to make her look obese and depicted the girl to be profane, racist and sexually promiscuous.

Even after the boy that posted the page was caught, the fraudulent page remained in place for 11 months. He never took it down. The family of the aggrieved girl sued and a jury found in their favor. The case is under appeal with the first level finding for the plaintiff.

Should parents be responsible for their children's on line activities? If so how much.

The poll is up.


If your children can not be trusted with a computer - take it away from them. Trouble is some lawyer will then say you are "abusing" your children, denying them their "Civil Rights" to a computer (and so on).

Any /pol/acks here?

The Allied States of Reed Audio wrote:If your children can not be trusted with a computer - take it away from them. Trouble is some lawyer will then say you are "abusing" your children, denying them their "Civil Rights" to a computer (and so on).

I wholeheartedly agree! Its not really infringing on any right to take your kid's computer away because they misbehaved.

Jonathan Gruber and his video taped lectures is the gift that keeps on giving. There are six (and counting) videos of him giving talks where he openly discussed disguising parts of the ACA (Obamacare) because "it would not pass if people knew the truth."[1] In several of these videos Gruber clearly states that a "lack of transparency" and "stupid American Voters" were instrumental to passing Obamacare.[2]

Anyone with half a brain saw the ACA for the scam that is was. This became even more clear with Nancy Pelosi running the biggest shell game in town while saying, "You have to pass it to see what's in it."

But now it is clear. So clear that many of the normally disinterested people in the middle and even some on the left are taking notice of the things Gruber had to say.

Now that we have what amounts to a smoking gun, that brings other questions into play.

Do you think that a law presented and passed under a false cover should be valid and enforced? How would you handle a law passed under false circumstances?

The poll is up!


I feel that Obamacare is good for American society in moderation because it actually increased competition between health insurance providers

The ignorance is running thick this evening.

Yes the idea that even more subsidies and regulations (on top of all the other subsidies and regulations that have exploded medical costs over DECADES) would "increase competition" is absurd - but, like all other absurdities, it is likely being taught in most schools and universities.

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