The Corner

With the Stroke of a Pen

Here is a very striking suggestion from Radio Free New Jersey — original, so far as I know (which isn’t very far, I’ll admit):

Here is a great example of why a doctrinaire bureaucracy-loving “big labor” liberal like Obama has no business in the White House. Current monetary policy is providing him an opportunity to fix the bulk of what’s wrong with the U.S. economy with the stroke of a pen, but he’ll never do it because it would violate his idealistic (and economically illiterate) view of how the world works.

What’s the trick? Read the whole thing here.

John Derbyshire — Mr. Derbyshire is a former contributing editor of National Review.

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