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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

The Keynesian Kops Are Right ... FOR ONCE!

Our Keynesian economic activist friends have been "Squawkboxing; in terms of G.E.'s CNBC, and influencing its "Money And Politics; in terms of mayor Bloomberg's business network, upon the fact that entitlement laden TARP monetary units will save the chaotic economy. Ironically, these masters of manipulation have revealed a dangerously similar opinion to mine, saying in effect that all this governmental bailout spending will eventually accelerate in the inflation department.

I acknowledge that deflation is currently swindling our global economy. Negative entropy is dictating the lack of planning invaded in the oil and auto markets, as well as mightily devaluing the shrinking home mortgage market. Despite the fact that future planning is the better alternative, this lack of insight current aids the ongoing recessive economic conditions. Major financial sectors are once again living in the present instead of the more viable plan of eyeballing the future.

Whether Washington, DC's pro-bailout politicians believe it or no, the studies of economics has been recognized as a science with very mighty dynamic forces. The fact that distributing greenbacks from the monetary printing happy Treasury Department to private corporations has mighty consequences. Recently, president Bush said in effect on CNN that he was forced to sacrifice free market principles to save the economy from collapse. This not so presidential comment displays our
entire government's one day at a time economic policy to the point of creating a potentially dangerous runaway hyperinflation crisis.

Corporations need to take into account that multi-task planning towards the future is critical because when corporate dollars is handed over from the nanny state, the forces of inflation will steal from all taxpayers.

So next time, maybe we ought to get our stubborn ears to occasionally tune in to our "Keynesian Kops."


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