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Re: Respond to Sam Seder's open challenge to libertarians
« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2012, 11:53:24 PM »

I think it might be better to have someone such as Molyneux do the debating, part live on their show and part live on his, though, as he's an experienced debater, and I'm not sure about either of them.  I've got a really strong feeling Stef would do it.  I'm confident he'd wipe the floor with the guy, too.  I've seen him wipe the floor with someone who I agreed with on a particular issue (and, still do, but his debating is far better.)  The issue wasn't really a libertarian issue, BTW, at least in my opinion.

Also BTW, this has a sort of "let's you and him fight" appearance to it.  Libertarians seem to be good at recommending that other people do things for liberty, and Ian, for one, is fond of saying "You want it done, why not do it yourself."  I'm thinking Ian and Mark might be happy to sit back and listen to you debating Seder.
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Re: Respond to Sam Seder's open challenge to libertarians
« Reply #16 on: April 03, 2012, 04:21:36 PM »

Also BTW, this has a sort of "let's you and him fight" appearance to it.  Libertarians seem to be good at recommending that other people do things for liberty, and Ian, for one, is fond of saying "You want it done, why not do it yourself."  I'm thinking Ian and Mark might be happy to sit back and listen to you debating Seder.

How am I meant to debate him myself? I don't have such a great platform like Free Talk Live? Why on earth would Sam Seder want to debate me anyway? The reason he would (if he's not a coward) debate Ian and Mark is to air his views to a large public audience.

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Re: Respond to Sam Seder's open challenge to libertarians
« Reply #17 on: April 04, 2012, 01:40:52 PM »

Also BTW, this has a sort of "let's you and him fight" appearance to it.  Libertarians seem to be good at recommending that other people do things for liberty, and Ian, for one, is fond of saying "You want it done, why not do it yourself."  I'm thinking Ian and Mark might be happy to sit back and listen to you debating Seder.

How am I meant to debate him myself? I don't have such a great platform like Free Talk Live? Why on earth would Sam Seder want to debate me anyway? The reason he would (if he's not a coward) debate Ian and Mark is to air his views to a large public audience.

Get one.  The liberty movement is full of great ideas for OTHER people to implement, don't ya know?
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