Wednesday, March 25, 2009

George Will says ...

This is a complicated society with trillions of decisions made every day driving this. That's why you have markets rather than bureaucrats to allocate wealth and opportunity. ... Just you wait till the government gets at it. If you think that this is a failure, just you wait. ... Sixty two days ago Mr. Geithner was the indispensable man and never mind his little tax problems, he was indispensable. As de Gaulle said---graveyards are full of indispensable men.
The great thing about people like George Will is that they don't realize how stupid they really are. He's going to lecture Robert Reich on economics? Ha. Ha. Ha.

Source - Crooks and Liars

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