Karl Harkonnen pounds on his desk as he tells Bennett O’Reilly that the proletariat won’t stand for thieves who claim that they built their companies, worked hard, or deserve the fruits of their labor. Only the state can ensure the equal outcomes that a just society demands.
O’Reilly is adamant that the primary focus of the state should be to enforce morality and spread our culture throughout the world. This means strict control of drugs, religious views, and sexual practices.
They both were in firm agreement, however, about a strong and active military that’s not afraid of breaking some innocent heads, a clampdown on entertainment and the Internet, and a moratorium on unnecessary expenses such as space development — whether publicly or privately funded.
Seriously, the Libertarian Party has better candidates for national chair than this.