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When the issue is government, size matters, and bigger is not better.

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by dogtowner, May 29, 2012.

  1. dogtowner

    dogtowner Moderator Staff Member

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    good read

    another new study showing the retarding effect of big govt on GDP
    not that this a surprise to many but it should be significant to some that this looks at a number of countries over two decades.

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  2. Gipper

    Gipper Well-Known Member

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    Of course big government means less prosperity. That is a no brainer for some of us.

    Sadly, there are many who do not know this or dispute it and many of these 'idiots' are in the Senate. 83 of whom voted against Rand Paul's balanced budget including many Rs and of course, all the Ds...how is it they can be sooooooooooooo partisan and the MSM fails to report it??? duh!
    http://www.redstate.com/conservativerock5/2012/05/16/senate-votes-down-5-year-balanced-budget-plan/

    Our political class refuses to see the danger ahead and is taking us over the cliff.

    Does anyone think Romney is any different?
     
  3. dogtowner

    dogtowner Moderator Staff Member

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    yeah, he's rich enough and worked hard enough to not want to see it vanish. Obama never worked and assumes he can escape it somehow. kind of like surviving a nuclear winter.
     
  4. Dr.Who

    Dr.Who Well-Known Member

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    Yes, a no brainer.
     
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