I agree with Rob completely, but I would just point out that what we have isn't a real free market exactly because of all the government intrusions. It is simply corporatism with a highly managed market. There is some freedom in it, but it's nearly impossible to see where the government coercion/regulation ends and true market signals (voluntary decision making by individuals) begins.
That specifically isn't any more worrying to me than people who believe that government coercion is the answer to social problems. If they didn't believe so, en-masse, whoever has the wealth and guns wouldn't matter as much. Their wealth and power still depends in huge part on the hundreds of millions of people who give their tactics memetic sanction and buy their stuff. But.. that's a big big topic.