…Earlier in the show, Glenn laid out on his chalkboard of the political spectrum that exists between totalitarianism and anarchy. On the chalkboard, Glenn put Occupy Wall Street with anarchy, but Penn disagreed.
“Their argument is not ‘no government whatsoever’, their argument is using government to redistribute money,” Penn explained. “They want to have huge amounts of regulation, a huge amount of stomping down on Wall Street and moving that money back.”
Penn also pointed out they are all in the one percent of the world, and that for them to be in the one percent you would have to ignore the whole world.
“Every single one of them pays a cell phone bill once a month that is a yearly income for a family in the rest of the world,” Penn said.
“Your whole line here is to me how much freedom do you want. The way I sum up the Constitution is that we do the minimum amount of government we can have that assures individual liberties,” he said…
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