And the King Had No Clothes

Posted: July 29, 2011 in Uncategorized
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Just this morning I listened to an economist who does pure research and answers to no political party. He provided a comprehensive, balanced, research-driven, historically based analysis of not only the present economy and most recent recession, but the whole waterfront of the last 100 years. The presentation included macro dynamics of debt, assets, unemployment, energy, concentration of wealth, regulation, market forces, trade and competing philosophies.

I felt like I could breathe again – sanity, balance, reason, real data and the absence of spin.

I’m embarrassed by the ideologically-driven leaders who are pulling the strings of our present political charade. As is often the case, a simple comparison with a man of substance exposed them for who they are and are up to.

Deliver us … from them.

Soon.

Comments
  1. Lee says:

    And all the people said, “AMEN!”

    • John Smith says:

      Good morning, Timothy:)

      . . . and where might one find this source of clarity. I’ll bet I’m not the only one thirsting for a clear and non-partisan analysis of our economic situation.

      John

  2. Bruce Border says:

    Who was the economist you listened to about our economic situation? I’d love to hear it for myself. When ideology and political gamemanship masquerade as leadership, society suffers. I’m ready to vote every one of them out of office so they can join the millions unemployed from The Great Recession.

  3. Gloria Beranejk says:

    And can you share his/her name so that we, too, might find some sanity?

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