More Evidence against Big-Spending Keynesian Economics
January 27, 2016
Keynesian economics is a perpetual-motion machine for statists. The way to boost growth, they argue, is to have governments borrow lots of money from the economy’s productive sector and then spend it on anything and everything.
Even if the money is squandered on global defense against a make-believe alien attack, according to Keynesians like Paul Krugman!
Krugman also has argued that a real war is good would be good for growth since the goal is simply more spending.
Heck, Krugman even asserted the 9-11 attacks were good for the economy because governments then spent more money.
And Nancy Pelosi actually argued that paying people not to work was a great way of creating jobs. I’m not joking.
Amazing. It’s almost as if these people are secret libertarians and they’re saying crazy things to discredit Keynesianism.
But they’re actually serious. This makes it difficult to tell the difference between satire…
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