Friday, September 17, 2010

Lard, flour, sugar, fruit, and a touch of salt

Glenn Beck shows us all the difference between sound economics and Keynesian economics in a little discourse about  "the Simpsons" and a most delicious dessert.   Sound economics bakes the pie; Keynesians try to cut it different ways to make things fair, forgetting that the real magic of an economy is when the proprietor realizes that the way to prosperity isn't to demand someone else's finished goods, but to realize that humble ingredients can produce glorious results.

And yes, I think there are some folks near Eagle Butte, SD who need to learn this lesson, as well as masses of Americans who voted to put Nancy Pelosi in the chair of the Speaker of the House.

1 comment:

W.B. Picklesworth said...

It's time for Pieku!

Pre-existing pie
Stolen, then passed out for praise:
Donkey a la mode.