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Entry from July 04, 2021
“Good ideas don’t require force”

"Good ideas don’t require force” is a political saying that has been printed on many images. The saying became popular in 2012.

“Good ideas don’t require force. Bad ideas do. Government is force. Limiting it avoids the damage of bad ideas being forced on everyone” was posted on Twitter by FreeDumb Fighter! on December 23, 2010. “Good ideas don’t require force.  #Capitalism” was posted on Twitter by Gregory Coffin (GDX) on October 23, 2012. “Good ideas don’t require force” was posted on Twitter by David Voth on December 3, 2012.

“Good ideas don’t require force or subsidies” was posted on Twitter by David Voth on June 4, 2013. “Good ideas don’t require force or coercion” was posted on Twitter by CherokeeLibertarians on January 16, 2019.

“Authoritarianism/ Communism/ Government/ Liberalism/ Marxism/ Progressivism/ Socialism/ Statism: Ideas so good, they have to be mandatory” is a related saying.


Twitter
FreeDumb Fighter!
@FreeSmart
Good ideas don’t require force. Bad ideas do. Government is force. Limiting it avoids the damage of bad ideas being forced on everyone.
11:42 AM · Dec 23, 2010·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Gregory Coffin (GDX)
@GDX1776
Good ideas don’t require force.  #Capitalism
11:46 PM · Oct 23, 2012·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
David Voth
@SexCigarsBooze
Good ideas don’t require force
10:05 AM · Dec 3, 2012·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Libertarian Party NH
@LPNH
Good ideas don’t require force.
11:03 AM · Dec 3, 2012·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Wayne Paul
@MB1studio
Good ideas don’t require force.
#Obamacare
12:20 PM · Dec 3, 2012·TweetCaster for Android

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Harrisburg Liberty
@PA4Liberty
Good Ideas… Don’t Require Force. http://fb.me/1KaYxTyQg
1:29 PM · Dec 3, 2012·Facebook

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Freedom Unfiltered
@FreedomUnfilter
Good ideas don’t require force. http://fb.me/1A8newcrr
6:31 PM · Mar 5, 2013·Facebook

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liveFreeorDieReport
@LiveFreeorDieR
Good ideas don’t require force http://moby.to/ckbnz4
12:49 PM · Mar 9, 2013·Twittelator

Twitter
David Voth
@SexCigarsBooze
Good ideas don’t require force or subsidies.
11:59 AM · Jun 4, 2013·Twitter Web Client

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American Taxpayer
@53mdr
Replying to @SexCigarsBooze
“@SexCigarsBooze: Good ideas don’t require force or subsidies.” #irs #scandal
6:02 PM · Jun 4, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Eric the Fish
@yafonda
Good ideas don’t require force. Government is force. If it’s a good idea, people will do it on their own.
9:45 AM · Jun 28, 2013·Twitter for Android

Twitter
RON PAULITICS
@KeepCalmVoteRON
Good ideas don’t require force. To make mandates is to take away freedoms. #Obamacare #MakeDCListen #tlot #Libertarian
2:22 PM · Sep 26, 2013·Twitter Web Client

27 march 2017, Tampa Bay (FL) Times, “Greater Unity a Must to Keep Rays in Tampa Bay” by Ernest Hooper. pg. 1:
Seen on a bumper sticker: Good Ideas Don’t Require Force. ...

Twitter
CherokeeLibertarians
@CherokeeGALP
#Voluntaryism ... Good ideas don’t require force or coercion… https://facebook.com/CherokeeGALibertarians/posts/2255315521155161
7:02 AM · Jan 16, 2019·Facebook

Google Books
Title Good Ideas Don’t Require Force: Journal and Composition Notebook for Libertarians, Voluntaryists, Ancaps, Minarchists, and Liberty Folk
Author Liberty Swag
Publisher Independently Published, 2019
ISBN 1686385501, 9781686385506
Length 110 pages

The Sentinel (Hanford, CA)
A Voice of Reason: If we sacrifice liberty for security, then we receive neither
Dr. Kenneth Brent Olsen Jul 22, 2020
(...)
A common catchphrase for Libertarians is that “good ideas don’t require force.” Yet, when the government, whose enforcement powers are based entirely on use of force, demands that people engage in otherwise “good ideas” it has been seen that many people who may have otherwise worn the mask, stayed at home, or engaged in social distancing, end up rebelling against government dictates.

Twitter
Evolving
@_Rckless
GOOD IDEAS DON’T REQUIRE FORCE OR COERCION
9:00 PM · Apr 22, 2021·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Brian Nichols
@BNicholsLiberty
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2:30 PM · Jun 17, 2021·Hootsuite Inc.

Twitter
Rob McNealy
@RobMcNealy
Replying to @RobMcNealy and @BrandRev1984
Good ideas don’t require force or coercion.
11:09 AM · Jul 2, 2021·Twitter for iPad

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