The Economics of Trust

16/12/2008 § Leave a comment

 

Indeed, if our leaders aren’t following the Constitution or the rule of law, and are lying about what they’re doing, why should we believe that they are enforcing the rules of a free market? Everywhere we look, we see that those with power act as if they were above the law. It is true of banks and Wall Street giants, as well as politicians.

And those who point out these facts are accused of being freaks or in need of professional help!

GET OUT WHILE YOU STILL CAN!!

George Washington’s Blog: The Economics of Trust

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