MSNBC: Hey Teabaggers move to Detroit! It’s a libertarian paradise like Somalia! Austin Petersen October 7, 2013 Political Comedy, Political Opinion 824 Share2K +112 Tweet25 Pin2 Share Share Reddit7 Stumble1 EmailShares 2K MSNBC aired a segment that claims that Detroit is a libertarian paradise like Somalia. Airhead statist news-model Krystal Ball gives an ignorant monologue for a few minutes about how the lack of public services makes it a free market utopia, while completely ignoring the fact that Detroit is now and has been under social democrat rule for decades. Ball is the failed Democratic candidate for congress in the 2010 election against Rob Wittman whose campaign faltered after photos of her sucking a red dildo attached to her then-husband’s nose emerged. Also, let’s consider the fact that Somalia actually has had a step up in ascending to anarchy over their former feudal warlord system. Somalia has been in a state of anarchy since 1991, which has actually made economic conditions improve. Anarchy is of course a step up from oligarchy, which is what MSNBC is advocating for apparently. READ: Somalia: Failed State, Economic Success No word yet on whether the checks from the White House for this segment have cleared over at Rockefeller Plaza. Share2K +112 Tweet25 Pin2 Share Share Reddit7 Stumble1 EmailShares 2K Are more people self-identifying as libertarian? (VIDEO)Cops who had K9 violently maul a boy are being investigated for police brutality. (VIDEO)About The AuthorAustin PetersenFounder Austin Petersen is the founder of The Libertarian Republic, as well as the CEO of Stonegait LLC. Formerly an Associate Producer for Judge Andrew Napolitano's show "Freedom Watch", on the Fox Business Network. Austin was referred to by the Judge as "The right side of my brain". He built Judge Napolitano's social networks with over 700,000 fans and millions of clicks a month. Austin graduated from Missouri State University. He has written and produced award winning plays and videos, and previously worked for the Libertarian National Committee and the Atlas Economic Research Foundation.