stephen602 Wrote:
Feb 18, 2013 2:41 PM
Of course I would want it abolished, but I am being realistic. It will never be abolished. We might as well try to rein it in. By the way, everyone should read George Gilder's "Wealth and Poverty". You would think it was written yesterday, but it was written in 1981, after the disaster known as the Carter presidency. It looks like we are having an instant replay. Politicians have learned nothing.