Tuesday, May 12, 2009

American Politics as Viewed by Economists

Here's how most economists, independently of political affiliation, see politics lately in America, according to a study by Davis and Figgins:

Politics in America: A place where special interest groups exert influence over politicians who use creative public discourse with economically incompetent or ignorant voters in an effort to be re-elected, and where the eventual policy consequences are often not beneficial, except to special interests and politicians.

Proof that economists are sensible people.

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