Skip to comments.Hillary's 'Growth And Fairness' Economy Will Likely Produce Less of Both
Posted on 07/23/2015 4:25:41 AM PDT by IBD editorial writer
Hillary Clinton says she wants a "growth and fairness" economy, and that her policies will bring it about.
But the little she has revealed about her economic plans sounds like a carbon copy of President Obama's agenda: higher minimum wage, universal preschool, paid time off, more money for "clean energy" and infrastructure, more regulation, expand ObamaCare, still more tax hikes on rich.
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“Fairness” in the economic sense is just a pretty word for “socialistic.” Since socialism’s popularity is vastly increasing in this country, the dems should be more open about how they embrace it.
Any time you hear a politician who wants more control over a free market economy, it’s almost never a good idea. The hubris associated with the self-belief that you can outperform a market that makes a billion decisions per second is simply stupid. History is rife with the wreckage of economic systems who were directed by politicians.
She’s a liberal. It’s her liberal economic theory. OF COURSE it will backfire. It has no choice but to fail. You can’t take $1 from someone, run it through the government and come out with $2.
In fact, if you take $1 from someone and run it through the government it must come out less than $1.
Sounds like hope and change
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Hillary’s “fairness” consists of robbing Peter to pay Paul, which always gets Paul’s vote.
She does not care if it fails. She only cares if this propaganda will get her elected.
'Growth And Fairness' Economy looks like a good line for. A good theme. It can be effective with those who think wealthy capitalists and capitalism in general has pissed on them.
Stolen from Bernie Sanders of course
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