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Why Did Canada’s Economy Boom When the Burden of Spending Was Sharply Reduced?

Thomas2648 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 9:21 PM
I agree with you on drilling in the US. Another major factor in high gas is we have not bulit any new refineries in the last 30 years. The Oil companies do not want too much supply as to lower their selling price.

In this appearance on Canadian TV, I  debunk anti-sequester hysteria, pointing out that “automatic budget cuts” merely restrain government so that it grows $2.4 trillion over the next 10 years rather than $2.5 trillion.

I also point out that we shouldn’t worry about government employees getting a slight haircut since federal bureaucrats are overcompensated. Moreover, I warn that some agencies may deliberately try to inconvenience people in an attempt to extort more tax revenue.


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