Im suggesting Dr Friedman best articulates the [Libertarian] answers to those issues. At the moment, the topic you posed was Paul's position on the small pox vaccine law - whether or not he was correct to oppose the HR 5005 - forced administration of the small pox vaccine. Yes or no?mheslep, please stay on topic. Do not derail the discussion. We're discussing who will police these companies if the government doesn't do it. We're supposed to believe that as soon as the regulatory agencies are gone, that all of these "crooked companies" are going to come forward and admit their wrong doings and impose penalties on themselves?
I haven't yet parsed what you're referring to in relation to Paul here (or do you mean Friedman?) here - but I assume the same concepts that are discussed for CO2 limits - cap and trade - are what he would be suggesting. That is, for AGW, the Gore plan is ~ free market Caps and Trade, not to have the EPA have some guy chase down every instance of hydrocarbon burning.And what has any of what he said had to do with GLOBAL issues? He's babling about if someone dumps trash in your yard then you take action against them on your own. WHAT? What has that got to do with global pollution? What does he mean "the air can certainly be identified"? Oh, this is Puerto Rican air, and this is Chinese air. Did someone leave the asylum door open? Everything he says is nonsense and people are making up their own interpretation of what he means. I've never seen anything so ridiculous.