Thursday, March 30, 2006

A shuffle of policy-makers

will not solve the problems troubling "financial markets."
How about an end to the war, a reversal of privatization of government functions, a tax increase on those most able to pay taxes in the first place, and some genuine relief for the disadvantaged? Those most capable of assuming the egregious burden demonstrate moral cowardice and ethical bankruptcy repeatedly.
The financially bankrupt are more often than not virtuous in their human vulnerability and impoverished.
The morally bankrupt have no poverty whatsoever to plead their case.

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