Saturday, October 30, 2010

October 30, 2010

The Economic Jesters say we should Spend MORE to create Jobs
by Scott Ryan

Marketwatch.com featured a column on Friday titled "How Washington could create jobs". It was full of the usual Keynesian nonsense and of course advanced the preposterous notion that “ECONOMISTS SAY there could be room for more jobs programs if lawmakers allow cuts to be made elsewhere…”


“ECONOMISTS SAY"???

Why should we care what “economists” say? We should try using our own common sense for a "change". These useless economists said the last so called stimulus would save us. They had economists telling us how Husse-Pelosi-Reedcare was going to save us and balance the budget.

These economists are like jesters in the kings court and the king is a 3rd world would-be tyrant.

Wouldn’t it be nice if these elected scoundrels stopped pretending that our founding fathers created the federal government to “create jobs”?

Anyone can create jobs. You can go outside and burn down a building or blow up a car and create jobs. Al Qaeda creates jobs all the time.

Obviously, those jobs are not the good kind of jobs, nor are the government jobs.

If they stop usurping and doing things the federal government was not chartered to do, if they stop being an albatross on the American people, jobs will be created by the people, not the parasites.

Is it coincidence that in this nation, with all of the hundreds of billions spent on education, the scoundrels make no attempt to implement financial education into the public school curriculum? If people understood finance they wouldn’t vote for their own plunder.

I didn’t intend that to be construed as a call for public education spending. I just wanted to point out how odd it is that for all the money they spend, it’s interesting how they don’t want any to go toward financial education.

Since the 90’s I have been emphasizing the fact that we no longer need public schools. Public schools are a failure and should only exist if they can compete with private schools on quality and cost. People should have absolute school choice and not be coerced pay for public schools. They are more like juvenile detention centers.

These parasites capitalize on ignorance. They depend on it. They thrive on it. Ignorance has helped to make the U.S. Government into the largest employer in the United States. That is egregious.

America isn’t the government. America is its constitution and its citizens. Wake up my fellow citizens; the so-called “financial reform bill” was named Dodd-Frank, after the two biggest perpetrators of financial fraud in the history of government for God’s sake.

Throw these thieves out. It is literally now or never.

Contact Scott Ryan at mrarbitrage@tableofwisdom.com

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