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Surviving the Government Super Storm

Ken5061 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 10:01 AM
What's the problem? Can't the lawyers in Congress understand this? Or, is it more likely that they understand it and are intentionally using it to destroy our country? If so, would that be treason?
restoreliberty Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 11:54 AM
Lawyers understand fiscal sanity, surely you jest?! As a CPA I can assure you that, in or out of politics, lawyers are absolutely the worst at understanding fiscal matters. The next time a person runs for office bragging about being a lawyer or holding a law degree then the whole nation ought to just laugh and laugh and laugh. Lawyers are essentially liberal arts majors, and for life of me I cannot fathom why people assume that they know how to do anything other than read a teleprompter and deliver scripted monlogues.

There's a super storm raging over our economy that's been seeded and fueled by the federal government over a period of the past several decades. And it's literally costing the country trillions of dollars in GDP per year.
It’s not merely garden-variety government waste that's the problem either. It's monumental stupidity by the government, combined with venial cupidity by voters who think they can get others to pay for their free lunch.

This government-created storm has, more than any other factor, contributed to the fiscal crisis; a crisis that is creating more expansive government programs, robbing us of more GDP, thus ensuring...

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