Skip to comments.Obama Gets Real (Peter Schiff on Obama's history stories)
Posted on 12/09/2011 7:24:58 PM PST by sickoflibs
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If you think there is a Santa Claus that has some magic easy cure for the economy; someone who is going to get elected in Washington and fix everything just by cutting your taxes, investing (more government spending) a few trillion more we don't have and will never have, and who will just command some countries to lower their prices and others to raise their prices all to suit your best interests, then this list is not for you.
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The Austrian Economics Schools Commandments plus :From : link
1) You cannot spend your way out of a recession
2) You cannot regulate the economy into oblivion and expect it to function
3) You cannot tax people and businesses to the point of near slavery and expect them to keep producing
4) You cannot create an abundance of money out of thin air without making all that paper worthless
5) The government cannot make up for rising unemployment by just hiring all the out of work people to be bureaucrats or send them unemployment checks forever
6) You cannot live beyond your means indefinitely
7) The economy must actually produce something others are willing to buy
8) Every government bureaucrat should keep the following motto in mind when attempting to influence the economy: First, do no harm!
9) Central bank-supported fractional reserve banking is an economically distorting, ethically questionable activity. In particular, no government should ever do anything to save any bank from the full consequences of a bank run, no matter what the short-term consequences.
10) Gold is Gods money.
1) Businesses don't hire workers just because of demand for products or services, they hire because it makes them money. Sorry to have to state the obvious.
2) Government spending without taxing is still redistribution
3) Taking one man's money and giving it to another is not a job.
4) Paul Krugman and Bernake have been wrong about everything, as well as the other best and brightest Keynesian's who have been fixing our economy for over a decade.
5) Republicans in the minority (esp out of the White House) act like Republicans, in the majority they act like Democrats .
Equity bubble rules:
1)If something goes up too fast, it is going down faster,
2) By the time it looks like everybody is getting rich, its too late, stay out!
3) To get rich you have to get in early start of recovery and get out at the first really 'bad' news, and ignore the experts that claim that they will stop the next crash(our buddy Bernake.).
4) Don't invest money you will probably need, or worse money you don't really have.
The only surge this effeminate homo will feel is the tidal wave of a GOP landslide up his ass!
What special election? The 2010 elections were special.
What a shame Schiff didn’t get to serve Connecticut as a U.S. Senator.
We’re all the worse off for it.
Obama is going back to the start of the progressive movement. TeddY Rosevelt. Look it up.
I posted hid masterful YouTube clip of this. Schiff is the guy we need to run for potus.
Schiff is a Jedi master of economics.
1) Businesses don’t hire workers just because of demand for products or services, they hire because it makes them money. Sorry to have to state the obvious.
I tell people who work for me, “wanna double your wage? Double the money you bring to the company”.
Most employees are at best “place holders”. People willing to do just enough for their paycheck.
Schiff is a Democrat as far as I know.
I tell people that if you want to move up, do more than you are being paid for.
WTF???? Have you listened to schiff or read anything about him? Schiff is the modern day Friedman!
It only takes two clicks to find the truth.
Peter Schiff ran as a Republican in 2010, although he's more widely known as a Libertarian, when he advised Ron Paul on economics in 2008.
This seems like part of the problem also (thanks to Freeper Publius):
Since 1933 weve lived under something called the Modern State. This entity takes in vast amounts of taxes and redistributes the money to certain constituencies via the federal faucet. The institutional Democratic and Republican parties fight over the direction of the outflow of the federal faucet. This outflow goes to individuals, corporations, the Foreign Policy Community and the Military Industrial Complex, among others. The purpose of the two parties is to collect money from their constituencies to direct that outflow to those constituencies. Its how business is done in America.
The Modern State is how we project power as the worlds policeman. The Modern State is how we govern and take care of each other. The Modern State is how the Union is held together: a combination of carrot (pork) and stick (a large standing army).
The Tea Partys goal is to return to a model of federalism last seen before the Civil War, and that means the starvation and demolition of the Modern State. This is why John McCain and David Brooks view the Tea Party as quite literally insane. From their perspective, there is only one way to govern in todays world, and that is the Modern State. Without the glue of a national debt, a fiat currency, pork and military intimidation, how could the Union be held together, considering that its citizens no longer share a common vision?
This is what terrifies the Establishment. They do not believe that a return to the principles of the Founding Fathers is possible or even relevant in todays world. They see federalism as the bygone relic of the Republic that died at Appomattox. They view the Tea Party as not merely a threat, not merely subversive, but insane.
This is what we’re up against.
Whenever someone plans to start a new business in my area, the local press and pols publicly state that they hope the new business owner will hire lots of people. But, as you've stated, no business will add on more costs, like extra workers, than they absolutely have to. Instead of demanding that the new business owner hire lots of people, they should be asking them what their business will bring to the area. I would think if a person owned a business, they would never hire one person more than they absolutely had to.
Logically, if I owned my own business and could make a nice profit without any extra help, why would I hire anyone else? Yes, it seems like common sense, but apparently libs think businesses exist to hire people instead of to make money.
Start? More like keep it going for another 100 years. It never stopped.
I hope to be marketing that lecture and others via the Internet in the next few months.
That’s only recent though isn’t it.
As I understand it he’s rather liberal on social issues.
I saved it because I thought it really described the problem well. I’d never relly looked it at it that way and it just clicked. You must first understand what you’re fighting.
Oh , and you’re welcome.
LOL! Ain’t it the truth.
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