Wealth and the Liberal's ignorance of economics - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Radical Reductionist
    • 24.08.11 | 17:15 (IDT)

    "With all this money sloshing around at the top of the system..." It is a shame that such ignorance about economics is exhibited by a supposed journalist! To think that wealth is "sloshing" around is a clear sign of profound stupidty. Why is this article not filed under the Opinion tab?? At least then, this writer can claim a lame excuse. At what level of tyranny does wealth destruction and re-distribution have to go for the ignorant liberal mindset?? How low will they go? Who will fill the shoes of the tyrant?

    from the article: With more than 10,000 millionaires, why is Israel still a charity case?
    First published 15:24 24.08.11 | Last updated 15:24 24.08.11
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