Friday, July 25, 2008

Wall Street Journal, of All Places, On Re-Regulating the Economy

"The housing and financial crisis convulsing the U.S. is powering a new wave of government regulation of business and the economy...In fact, some proponents today of a bigger oversight role for government are Republican heirs to the legacy of President Reagan."

The pendulum's swinging back: toward a strong, progressive, activist government that does more to make the playing field fair. It's what people want.

"By a 53%-to-42% margin, Americans want government to "do more to solve problems," according to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Wednesday. A dozen years earlier, respondents opposed government action by a 2-to-1 margin."

(Young Americans support this idea even more).


Anonymous said...

Anya also deletes comments that she doesn't "like" or that don't fit into her liberal ideology. That's great. Maybe you should start a liberal dictatorship. You need to disappear from the public stage now!

Anonymous said...

As much as I can’t stand the useless nonsense you post on Yahoo Finance, I can’t stand plagiarism even more, having written several software packages in my life which I’ve had to defend the IP for endlessly. Anywhow, I saw a woman named Ulrich or something like that on “Right on Your Money” on CNN on Saturday (?) who said she wrote your book. You might want to check that out.