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I love this post. Well said!!
Yes…who are those 600+ economists that want to lead the rest of the lemmings off the cliff Mr. Finance Major? Well, those economists touted by Obama and the labor union-backed Economic Policy Institute (EcPI) are self-described radical economists and full-time union staff. Half aren’t even experts in labor economics. In other words, they paid monkeys who subscribe to the same failed economic principles that brought us the failed stimulus plans, QE, and artificial interest rates.
They all probably and suspiciously look like this:
No thanks, I’m going to follow through with tried and true economic theory from men like Milton Friedman and first person business experience working the numbers in real life, something you’ll probably never get from your financial classes. When you actually have money in your hands as a business owner and work through all the numbers, you start to realize the price of labor is very important. When the price of labor increases, the economic opportunities dwindle. It really is common sense. Sure, you can argue the private sector will make it work over time, but in the interim it makes zero sense. It will cost new jobs (especially for young and unskilled) and some workers will lose their jobs. Here’s some light reading on the subject. You should enjoy it being that you’re a smart finance major.
Anonymous Again Gets his butt kicked. Finance major? What a joke. Use your common sense, you twit. RedBloodedAmerica knows his facts.