Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Quote of the Day. 8/15/2012

"Speaking of worthlessness, I'd be worthless as an adviser to either the White House or Congress because if they asked me what they should do to get the economy going, I'd answer, "Do nothing!" Let's look at it. Between 1787 and 1930, our nation suffered both mild and severe economic downturns. There was no intervention to stimulate the economy, but the economy always recovered." - Walter E. Williams

(Yes, I realize that this is from the same column as yesterday's quote. But everyone should read Professor Williams' columns, and I particularly like this one.)

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