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    Default Famous Libertarians and Objectivists

    Clint Eastwood ISTP 8w9 Sp/Sx



    John Malkovich ISTP



    Dennis Leary ISTP 3w4



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    Aaron Russo ENFP



    Angelina Jolie ESTP 6w7 Sx/Sp



    Brad Pitt ISFP 7w6 So/Sx



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    Sophie B Hawkins ENFJ 6w7 Sx/So



    Lindsay Lohan ESFJ 6w7 Sx/So



    James Hetfield ISTP 6w5 So/Sx



    Richard Branson ENTP 7w8 So/Sx



    Drew Carey ENTJ



    Matt Stone and Trey Parker, both ENTP



    Glenn Beck ESTP 6w7 Sp/So



    Billie Joe Armstrong ENTP 7w6 So/Sx



    Moby INFJ 5w6 Sp/Sx



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    wow, you've got some great political minds in here. lindsay lohan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    wow, you've got some great political minds in here. lindsay lohan.
    I'm pretty sure Lindsay Lohan knows better her economic than you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I'm pretty sure Lindsay Lohan knows better her economic than you.
    well, we're both broke. but i've always been broke, and she used to be rich. so that's debatable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    well, we're both broke. but i've always been broke, and she used to be rich. so that's debatable.
    Are you insinuating that her wealth give less accuracy to her opinions?
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    Don't forgot one of the greatest minds of all time, and the founder of Taoism.. Lao-tzu


    John Locke, Rand, P. Proudhon, M. Bakunin, L. Spooner
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    Don't forgot one of the greatest minds of all time, and the founder of Taoism.. Lao-tzu
    Im open to mixing gold and rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    P. Proudhon, M. Bakunin
    No, no, no. They do not get lumped in with the kind of "libertarians" being talked about here.

    Also, Brad Pitt shouldn't count because he just says whatever what's her face tells him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    No, no, no. They do not get lumped in with the kind of "libertarians" being talked about here.
    It's confusing because the term "libertarians" initially designated every anarchists, without real distinctions. So, I guess Bakunin is sometimes called as "libertarian", but of course he's not by the current accepation of a defender of laissez-faire capitalism and individual freedoms. Proudhon was libertarian at the end of his life, and Spooner, Locke and Rand are, of course.

    Also, Brad Pitt shouldn't count because he just says whatever what's her face tells him.

    I could easily agree with that, but when I said to a pal that Angie was objectivist, he answered me that Brad was objectivist even before her. Ironically, he's considered as the spiritual son of Rober Redford who is a liberal figurehead.
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    A little nit to pick, if you please....

    I'm not sure we should conflate libertarian with objectivist.

    As far as I know, "objectivist" refers to Ayn Randism, but "libertarian" has a wide spectrum of meanings.

    Both Ron Paul ("right") and Noam Chomsky ("left") consider themselves libertarians. It's a very broad term, and hardly synchronous with objectivist.

    For example, I'd consider myself a Chomskian-style social libertarian, but by no means an objectivist-style anarcho-capitalist .

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