28 October 2007


it's not what you think (unless you know Ruby). Munger admits to being an incrementalist, which i've known for a while, and which makes me happy to pull for him.
I am an incrementalist. Any policy that improves choice, and puts more power and responsibility in the hands of the citizens should be supported. How much more choice? How much of a change should we press for? As much as we can get, politically.
even though some of the steps we can take aren't necessarily palatable in a real sense, we [kooky libertarian types] will not make any true headway at reform without actually engaging our neighbors in meaningful dialog. what makes you think people who support price gouging laws will suddenly listen to logic?

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