But governments feed the poor...
No, governments steal from the productive to feed the unproductive. Don't give me any trash about morality. It's moral and charitable for someone who has a surplus to give freely to those in need. Forcing people to fork over money is not the same as the people giving money. It's robbery. If you have guns and you force others to surrender their money, then you are a robber or the government--essentially the same thing.
But governments sign free trade agreements...
No, "free trade agreements" like "NAFTA" are hundreds to thousands of pages long. "Free trade" is only two words long.
But governments sign peace treaties...
No, a peace treaty is only necessary after one has waged a war.
But governments prevent racism from being a factor in employment, housing, etc.
That's it. We free market people must always endure the argument that we have a naive view of human nature.
Who's really naive?
Is it naive to assume that people will act in what they believe is their own interest? Of course it isn't. It's not naive. It's obvious.
People get what they want or need by providing it themselves or trading with others, so it follows that people who have the most freedom to get what they want or need will do it better. Anything that gets in their way (e.g. government) is, therefore, bad.
This concludes my rant for today. CSI was awesome.