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It's such a relief to understand MMT and realize that those officials are not "revenue constrained".
Some serious craziness in the comments at ZH.
Human failings are the problem, Bob. Both in and out of government. Most people who are killed in the area I live in are killed by people outside of the government.
Another faulty poll?
Now it all makes sense.No wonder HRC is going to be the next President.
Check this out:http://thesaker.is/the-usa-are-about-to-face-the-worst-crisis-of-their-history-and-how-putins-example-might-inspire-trump/
Bob you mean there is no corruption in the private sector? Is all "free will"? No one forces you onto anything or can hurt you directly/indirectly, because it's "private"?Do you understand that the SOURCE of the corruption comes FROM the private sector. Why do libertarians have such a hard time with understanding causality?
Ignacio, notice Bob did not even mention corruption....
The new question is who is corrupting the government officials? Hint: It isn't Joe and Jane Sixpack, but rather Daddy Warbucks.As always, follow the money, here back to the source.This is what so damning about the Wikileaks email release, and why HRC and her minions are going ballistic over it and generating FUD to distract media attention from the contents using every false argument they can think of, to the point of outright lying, which is a last resort in argumentation — and the bottom of the barrel.
The hell with fear. Thank goodness there's at least one clear thinker among us:http://www.unz.com/freed/ronald-mcdonald-or-lucretia-borgia/
Ah, the Donald. While he unmistakably displays various presidential qualities–he can walk up stairs by himself, and his eyes usually point in the same direction–Ouch!
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