Heraclitus, Greek philosopher, 5th Century, B.C.E., “Asses would rather have hay than gold.” Is that why Democrats use a straw man for their lack of delivery (accountability)? When the “man” fails resort to the wicked, legal term, a bit of truth in every lie. Alarming, a lot of powercrats are attorneys. Is that why Shakespeare said, “kill all attorneys.”?
Remember, he who has the gold rules. Mencious, “Those who labor with their mind rules. Those who labor with their body is ruled.” Minds of Democrats are of miserable, compromising scandal (intellectual dishonesty), conveniently block out historical fact in dismissal of the effective, invisible hand of free markets/men-power of the people, not government. Hypocritical, “future generations,” yet bust budgets with unnecessary spending.
Crats Modus Operandi insult 18th Century Scottish philosopher/economist, Adam Smith, “Father of Economics”; Great U.S. Presidents: John F. Kennedy, Ronald W. Reagan, Donald J. Trump, U.S. Senator William V. Roth, Congressman Jack F. Kemp; noted Economist Arthur B. Laffer (Laffer Curve); International Financial Guru James Dines; more so, “the people” who benefit from booming economics via said tax cuts.
Markets discount future time. Smart money broke out DJI, 18,479, 2016 correctly investing Donald J. would be elected president, climbing to 26,954, 10-03-18, basis: promises kept. Under (because of) Trump, DJI gained 8,472 points – unprecedented. Thus, not when Donald J. took office, but, he was going to take office.
Said gains achieved (built in), DJI revalued for accountability. Recent adjustment: Democrat wins, mid-term elections, scarred investors demos will block, not grow the economy (build infrastructure). Crats should rename the Democrat Party, The Block Party. Not only impede, but H & R runs record returns, clients paying more in taxes (losses).
Stockbrokers, like Democrats (Financier George Soros) on the wrong side of the market, get touched, losing clients (“peoples”) money, one is more broke — executed; a trade called an execution.
So, to block or not to block?
Always a choice,
John L. Erickson,