Every girl I ever loved was a commie

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Every girl I ever loved was a commie

  • Zain D

    Strange how that’s always been the case. Granted, they were far less-so once I got through with ’em – my little contribution to making this world a better place.

    I suppose I can see how that particular mindset can take root in the young and impressionable mind – when one grows up in a world where authority figures impose their will upon others, “greedy” corporations seemingly drain the world’s resources to make a buck, and rich stockbrokers drive around in $200,000 cars while poor children starve in Africa (wherever that is) – it’s easy to fall into the trap of wanting everyone to be equally well-off. What easier way to accomplish that goal than having the jack-boot of the state stomp society into a flat, homogenous pancake.

    I once made a girl (white and middle class, of course) fume at me for stating that the Canadian gov’t should stop being the de facto nannies of the Native Canadians.

    Ah… memories.

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  • Sean Gum

    Commie-chicks = better sex?  Or is it just young & commie = better sex…And usually commie-chicks are young.  Then they have to get a job, and drop that trendy BS to some extent.

    How about Objectivist chicks = better sex?  Ah, the sociopaths…  “If I’d only known what I know now…”

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    Zain D

    I’ve often wondered what it would be like to date an Objectivist. I’d imagine it would be similar to dating a supermodel – great in theory, but perhaps too much trouble in practice. Then again, I do agree with Rand on pretty much everything she says on the topic of love… maybe I’m the sociopath?

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    Sean Gum

    Too much trouble, indeed… Actually I believed she looked like a supermodel.  Ah youth, money, and lucky fantasies/delusions.   Burned bright, burned out.

    Objectivism & sociopathy seem to be common, in my limited experience… I guess those that remain dogmatically Objectivist, after talking about statism vs freedom, have to have some serious psychological issues.

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    Mike Reid

    Seize the means of seduction, Zain!

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    Delete Me

    I’ve think that as long as my belief structure was even moderately aligned with someone I was dating, then at least that aspect of the relationship would be solid.
    I’ve never found a girl who was even interested in Libertarianism (or knew what it was). One girl I “dated” for a while was basically a Socialist and she could just never get it.
    That’s why I often wonder what it would be like to date someone who is even moderately Pro-Liberty! It would be completely unprecedented for me. Their interests and knowledge base would be so much more aligned to mine than any other girl I’ve ever dated in the past.

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    James Smith

    I’m not sure it’s necessary to find a partner with political views extremely close to yours. Personally, I would only see a problem if my potential partner was not just a commie, but a politically active, raging commie that believes what I espouse is evil. Many just aren’t into politics that much, but if they were heavily into politics, it would have to be in the libertarian quadrant on the ‘shortest political quiz’ for it to work.

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