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The title and the sarcastic egads in the second paragraph are big turn offs for me. The problem is not that there isn't enough government or that government is pushing the wrong things - it's that government is trying to engineer everything for everyone.

The market can be a very good thing. Since it's over-regulation that got us into the current unsustainable mess, I don't see that even more government is the right solution. Maybe less government and corrected pricing signals is a better approach.

by Paul on Dec 18, 2012 11:30 pm • linkreport

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