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New International Monetary Fund Study Inadvertently Provides Very Strong Evidence against the Value-Added Tax

dsanchez Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 3:57 AM
When Democrats pass legislation supporting bankrupt companies like Solyndra, and Solar One, and a battery company where no one works because there is no work to be done etc., that is an example of CRONY CAPITALISM. Anyway just because one political party works to pass legislation it doesn't justify another from passing even more bogus bills to fleece the U.S. taxpayer.
Charles SWVA Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 10:55 AM
Crony Capitalism it is. It is also "greed energy". And "green greed". And "green greed payola".

I’m not a big fan of the International Monetary Fund, largely because the folks in charge oftentimes advocate toxic policies such as bailouts, higher taxes, and currency devaluation.

But there are some top-rate economists working at the IMF, and the bureaucracy has published some good studies about the economic benefits of reducing government spending and others warning that