GREED, it is not unpopular when it is approached in the appropriate manner and in relationship to both monetary and economic principles, you do neither. We are all in agreement that there is deflation, it is but one side of the business cycle equation, something that you avoid like the plague. The unpopularity is not the subject but you and the manner in which you deliver your messages. You are notorious for offering baseless opinions, you can never adequately answer questions that are asked of you or you simply avoid them altogether. If you had explained your opinions instead of calling people idiots when they sought to rebut you and bring about a constructive debate then perhaps you would be far more apt to understand and relate to people on the DP, but you isolate yourself with your opinions, your comments which rarely follow any logical pattern or rational construction.
You have, in essence, brought any animosity from those on the DP upon yourself...why do you now blame others for your own deficiencies?
As far as being confrontational...has it not been you who have resorted to name-calling more than anyone else when addressing this subject.
You were the one who stated that you were confused about the various issues regarding economics, inflation, deflation and hyperinflation.
Now, you seek to be deceitful in how you portray others when they respond to you, there is a cause for such disdain GREED, and it is not the subject matter I assure you, it is your attitude.
I am wondering something GREED, if by the end of 2009 there is a rapid increase in inflation...are you going to be man enough to apologize to all those you called idiots, including Dr. Paul since you have bunched him with the rest of us you consider idiots? You have failed so many times to understand what Dr. Paul has been saying...do you even know how a BOOM to BUST cycle operates?
"If I want to be free from any other man's dictation, I must understand that I can have no other man under my control." ~William G. Sumner
"We are not a nation, but a union, a confederacy of equal and sovereign States" John C. Calhoun
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