Re: news...

From: James Rogers (
Date: Sun Apr 16 2000 - 19:04:15 MDT

On Sun, 16 Apr 2000, Zero Powers wrote:
> >
> > Besides, Lee, anything that Clinton dislikes has a high probability of
> > being good for the individual American....IMHO
> Probably so, as long as that "individual American" is a typical Republican,
> with all the educational, financial and social benefits that typically
> accompany same.

And for the poor as well; most just don't realize it. Been there, done
that. The majority of "social" programs created by the Democrats et al.
are responsible for creating and/or perpetuating the vicious cycles that
tend to keep people poor. Yeah, they get "free" stuff, but at the end of
the year, their avenues for a better future are no greater than they were
the year prior. In other words, most government social programs are a
gross misallocation of resources.

My personal experience tends to suggest that there is nothing better for
fighting "poverty" than a robust and rapidly growing economy. Hint, hint.

-James Rogers

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