Here's a reply to someone so dishonest, it makes one wonder whether he's able to tell the truth:
"stretch"? [...] Aren't you embarrassed?
Your idea of "argument" is so [...]incoherent that it makes one wonder whether a response is beneficial at all.
It's not "sophistry"; it's called "reading."
Essentially, if I were to say, "The sky is blue," you'd respond with something along the lines of, "No it's not. It's a collection of gases held against the Earth by gravity. It's got nothing to do with color."
For illiterate tyrants like you, the following terms are all indicative of Liberty, since all involve individual choices made free from the control of government:
"private or corporate ownership of capital goods"Please, offer something honest [...] in reply.
"investments that are determined by private decision"
"prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are determined [. . . ] by competition in a free market."