Mike Rowe saw his opportunity to explain how the free market works, and he took it.
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It warms the heart to see the Gray Lady shrink from being “black and white and read all over” to “black and blue and red all over.”
How the CBO gets away with making such out-of-touch assumptions is beyond me. That anyone takes them seriously is remarkable.
Tipping points and birth rates. The CBO seems to have ignored both of these in its calming report issued on Tuesday.
It’s hard to remain civil when describing the anti-freedom antics of thugs like Fernandez and her enforcer Moreno who wreak such havoc and cause such pain for their citizens. Perhaps thugs is too kind a word to describe these huns and vandals.
Perhaps the destruction of the health insurance industry is intended. That would clear the way for single-pay government-run health care (which would make that phrase – health care – an oxymoron of the first order).
Highland Park is just one more example of over-generous pension plans, banks ignoring weak financials, and city council members who are bad at math, pushing Detroit’s city-within-a-city into bankruptcy.
The temptation to expose this hypocrisy was just too much for me to ignore. Enjoy the irony!
I feel for those citizens: they can’t afford to stay, and they can’t afford to move. All they can do is suffer, hunker down, and pay.
The professors have done a good job clearing up any misconception that the US will be able to avoid using third-world tools to rein in its excessive debt.