View Full Version : Interesting video on the economy, Paul vs. Paul
04-30-2012, 05:24 PM
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It is interesting to note that the Professor Paul is worried about a "Depression", and how he thinks we should FDR our way out of it.
WAM, I thought we were in a "Recovery"!? :cry_small
04-30-2012, 07:35 PM
You know the establishment continues to push debt and deficits
05-01-2012, 08:46 AM
So Krugman does in fact recognise its a depression?
Interesting. But still thinks the central bank inflating its way out is the answer? "Professor"...yeah...
I think I'd be wanting my tuition back...
05-01-2012, 11:06 AM
This guy actually says "We're not even really sure where the line between money and non-money is"... Isn't this the problem with our fiat (fake) money? Its just printed paper that a monopoly bank (the Fed) has full control of to manipulate the way this guy or other liberals think is best? Money should be money, when I took economics, I was told that the most important contributing factor to the value of money is the people's confidence in its stability. A run-away, inflationary policy is the reason the Germans were using wheelbarrows full of it to buy a loaf of bread after WWI. You've never yet seen a picture of people burning/melting or throwing away gold or silver.
Glad to see Ron Paul burn down yet another lib-tard.
Heck even Keynesian economics say that during "successful" inflationary periods, wages should go up proportionately to prices. What these guys are doing is the Ford and Carter model of "stag-flation". Nobody's wages are going up.
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