Exactly.Informal Logic said:However, just because I (or other members) criticize this current right-wing trend, or may even point to some legitimate conclusions made by Marx does not mean I am pro-communist. Right-wing people tend to see everything in an either-or way, always pointing to the evil USSR to defend their perspective (or should I say indoctrination).
To see current schools of thought you can to to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_trade, which indicates topics for more constructive discussion.
In looking briefly at that link, I see alternatives such as "fair" trade, and I have mentioned a couple of arguments against free trade such as national security, loss of intellectual property, etc. Quickly, I feel it fair to say that there are many right-wing folks who are against "porous" borders especially in view of terrorism, as well as religious folks who are against trade agreements such as NAFTA/CAFTA. It is odd that free trade is referred to as "liberal economics" but not odd that it is one of the current administration's mantras as Bush has been consistently pro big business.