Sanders forgets about complexity, the knowledge problem and those unintended and dire consequences when it comes to the economy.
It was merely a different form of establishment (basically, it just involved more dick jokes).
All in all, it’s our routine dog and pony show. America is awesome. We’re always awesome.
The New York Times and others say this action would help some 40% of the “illegals” in the United States. Let’s get to 100%.
In other words, this desire to centrally plan operates on the basis of picking winners and losers…
Removing a long-established regime is dangerous unless a clear alternative is ready. It produces a power vacuum. Rivals fight for places in the new order.
When it comes to this particular issue, I don’t buy Democrats for a fucking second that they wouldn’t be ripping Bush a new one if he was going off the exact same playbook.
I’m interested to see a Republican re-take the White House in ’16 merely to see the re-emergence of the anti-war crowd.