John Maynard Keynes
Governments around the world are considering plans to boost their economies with temporary tax cuts or to increase spending on big projects.
It is part of efforts to stop the global economy sliding into a deep slump.
Some of the inspiration has come from the long dead British economist John Maynard Keynes.
Mark Gregory examines Keynes’ ideas and why they are relevant today.
“The Paradox of Thrift”
Recent Blogging About Ron Polarik’s Findings:
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Polarik’s explanation as to the whole OHSM – OHBM Thing:
The KOS version is OHSM. The 0bama website version is OHBM. They both have the same spot (flaw) mentioned by Polarik.
The initials were not changed since they first introduced the current COLB form seven years ago. The “S” in OHSM looks like a “B” because the Obama Campaign deliberately made a lousy image copy, ensuring that the image would be illegible under magnification.
Call it the Case of the Dyslexic Image Document.
Sorry, I don’t see that. At the highest zoom level I can muster there are clearly, at least to me, two versions.
The 0bama website and Kos are OHBM and FactCheck is OHSM. The difference is obvious in your document.
WITHIN EACH IMAGE, COMPARE THE “S” IN “LASER” TO “S” IN “OHSM”
FTS OHSM: (SMEARS)
SO…CAN I HEAR AN “AMEN,” BROTHER?
(RS – I wish I could be sure these two guys are comparing the same images.)
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