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“The next major question that needs to be asked is: How do they know? These are the same politicians whose time horizon goes no further than the next election day, and who pander to the special interest groups that provide them with the campaign contributions and the votes that keep them in office.

And these are the same bureaucrats whose bread and butter are based on constantly finding more ‘social problems’ and ‘market failures’ to justify getting bigger budgets each year, along with more authority to control other people’s lives as the vehicle to get promotions and higher pay and perks within the bureaucratic structure.” Read more.

“Real Banking Reform? End the Federal Reserve”
Richard Ebeling
Northwood University
In Defense of Capitalism & Human Progress, January 22, 2010.
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