Friday, March 4, 2011
As populism continues its rise, the horizon for the wealthy becomes more clouded.  Tax hikes may be in store for them.  You think this encourages them to spend their extra cash?  “Ricardian Equivalence” my friends

As populism continues its rise, the horizon for the wealthy becomes more clouded.  Tax hikes may be in store for them.  You think this encourages them to spend their extra cash?  “Ricardian Equivalence” my friends

Notes

  1. pigletmommy reblogged this from 6277 and added:
    Hell fucking yeah.
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    not winning.
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    THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS A MILLION TIMES THIS!!!!!!!1!!! AND I’M NOT DRUNK TONIGHT ON THIS POST I HAVE...
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  9. rationalcapitalistspeculator reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
    As populism continues its rise, the horizon for the wealthy becomes more clouded. Tax hikes may be in store for them....
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  13. freakingdork reblogged this from blaq-gawd and added:
    LOLOLOLOL. Also, there’s this study (pdf here) on what your average American would do to solve the budget crisis....
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  16. sundayesque reblogged this from liberal-lad and added:
    Oh, hey. When Americans are told about public policy in a nonpartisan, factual way instead of having EVIL DEMOCRATIC...