Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Unless there's something I'm missing, I'm glad you've seem to be distancing yourself from Leykis these days. I'm very grateful for the advice he's given a lot of us, but his views on several topics are in direct opposition to yours. I always found it strange that you two were somewhat in business together, especially before the previous election.
Women wanted the government to take care of them -- so it's only appropriate that the government keep them, and they remain under the tender mercies of the government.And of course, they can trust the government -- ask any Indian..."When a man steals your wife there is no better revenge than to let him keep her." − Sacha Guitry
Talking about not the building's responsibility, how is life in Minne-Mogadishu?
Men were willing to spend their gold and lives to put a man on the moon but lose interest when it's better spent on free school lunches.
The five bedroom house is to make sure you have good neighbors.
"It's the government's job to take care of me because I am an obedient little slave".I have actually heard a "minority" say that right to me. Just the "It's the government's job to take care of me....".But everyone knows the 2nd part follows.
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