I'm doing a feature thread in the very near future, and it's going to address the specious claim that the 'free market' has failed. So I'm looking for any and all arguments (Doesn't matter what perspective, it could be philosophical, normative, economic, etc.) that state the free market has supposedly 'failed'. Some recent examples that people use to claim the 'free market' has failed, are BP, our healthcare system, etc. Yea, we need more of those. Ambiguous 'examples' such as 'the whole system fails' will rightfully be ignored. My goal here is to educate. I think the free market gets a really bad rap. This is due to incorrect and spurious reasoning from the left, and then the right claiming they're free market (when they're not).