Album Rating: 1.0
I think this review is missing this golden chunk of text
'In my teen years, I discovered and fell and love with hip-hop and rap-rock. I was also, for a time, a "libertarian", though never a anarcho-capitalist, and ultimately, I settled into Objectivism via the fiction of Terry Goodkind, Ayn Rand and the non-fiction writing of both Rand and members of the Ayn Rand Institute because I found it to be the most rational and consistent philosophy. My political views have always been, owing to not only Rand but figures like Frank Zappa (a self-professed "practical conservative") a mixture of social liberalism (or "social libertarianism"), fiscal conservatism, and some aspects of "moderate politics". I suppose the meme way of putting this would be "you never go Full Libertarian" or "you never go Full Anarchist". Though I still very much admire Gary Johnson, I shifted away from libertarianism because I got tired of defending my views against critics of anarcho-capitalism, considering that I am also a firm opponent of anarcho-capitalism, as well as left-anarchism.'
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