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Jul 30 2011

An Economic Metaphor

Keynesian liberals think government spending can lift the economy. Sure it can, if this is what they mean:


On a tip from Matt W.

12 Responses to “An Economic Metaphor”


    The demacrats moving their puny little legs and going nowhere

  2. Dr. 9 says:

    Name one, just one, program designed by the Left to re-engineer our society into their imaginary vision of Utopia that (has not) failed.

  3. Zim says:

    Looks like Dick Durbin in that picture

  4. bee says:

    “Ass Jack” ?

  5. hiram says:

    Off topic, but just to reinforce my presence (I haven’t posted much lately)…

    This was my first ever contribution to Moonbattery. It still holds up. Enjoy.

  6. Blueman says:

    More people on the wagon than pulling

  7. Bill T says:

    BEIJING (The Borowitz Report) July 28, 2011 – Showing its impatience with the debt ceiling stalemate in Washington, China today took the extraordinary step of putting the United States of America on eBay.

    Officials at the online auction site said they believed it was the first time a major Western nation had been listed for sale there “if you don’t count Greece.”

    In Beijing, the Chinese Finance Ministry said that it had considered waiting until August 2 to see if the US would ever pay back its multitrillion-dollar obligations, but ultimately decided to cut its losses.

    “We think we’ll attract a buyer on eBay,” the Ministry said. “Say what you will about the US, it’s still one of the top fifty countries in the world.”

    The sales listing for the US contains some interesting information, such as China’s description of the former superpower as being in “fair to average condition.”

    The listing also includes the stipulation “government sold separately,” which the Finance Ministry took great pains to explain.

    “We thought that including the government in the sale might turn off potential buyers,” the Ministry said. “Plus, the US government isn’t ours to sell anyway – it’s owned by the Koch brothers.”

    With no bidders in the first 24 hours on eBay, China admitted that it would be challenging to unload the US, but it still held out hope that a buyer would step forward: “We’ve got our fingers crossed for Zuckerberg.”

    At the White House, press secretary Jay Carney said that he understood China’s decision to sell the US, but warned that a buyer would have to turn up on eBay before August 2: “After that, the Internet gets shut off.”


    The twitter birds going to eat the NYTs worm


    The demacrats have overloaded their wagon with their pork projects and their going nowhere fast

  10. Jodie says:

    I wish the donkey would start peeing right about the time that guy walks by.

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