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Just so that Dumpy doesnt forget what he's ACTUALLY said again...


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The Economist is famously left-leaning you moron.
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The Economist pushes neoclassical economic policies, which are all theories of left-leaning ideologies.
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Chicago school of economics is neoclassical as well.
Keep trolling me, dumpy.
 
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Keep pretending, dumpy.

The truth is... you've bought into the von Mises libertarian nonsense and thus babble this **** about how everything else is socialist and leftist. You honestly think that The Economist is "left-leaning" because they believe there is a role for government in markets... even though they are one of the most famous pro-market, pro-limited government, pro-democracy, PRO-CAPITALIST mags on earth. lol

5 pages later, you've yet to produce a coherent and sensible explanation for why The Economist is "left-leaning."
 
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What I ACTUALLY said was:

The Economist is famously left-leaning. (fact)

The Economist is neoclassical. (fact)

(someone, presumably TseTse, conflated those two statements to suggest that all neoclassical theories are left-leaning, to which I responded...)

Chicago school of economics is neoclassical. (fact)

Chicago school of economics is not left-leaning. (fact)




TseTse is intentionally truncating any and all of my posts that address his idiocy because he's a dishonest and unintelligent sack of ****.
 
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You're delusional.

Just admit you've never read The Economist and have no ****ing idea what you're talking about.

(or continue making a fool out of yourself for another 5-6 pages)
 
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Real policy ****
 
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Rilke
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The Economist is center-right.
 
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Tse Tse misquoting you in order to make a point?! NEVAR!
 
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See? TseTse is never wrong... just ask him
 
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Now im guilty of "misquoting" him when i quoted him exactly. Thank you retarded Peanut Gallery.

 
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tsetse is turning into a fngrbang type poster with big colored letters and stuff. It's funny as **** how triple gets him so worked up.
 
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Now im guilty of "misquoting" him when i quoted him exactly as I wanted to. Thank you, you incredibly sexy and charming retarded Peanut Gallery.

 
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Musashi continues to show that he really belongs merely taking orders...

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The Economist is center-right.
The truly funny part is...

Authors in The Economist publish anonymously, and you will find a variety of underlying philosophies including those leaning more towards neokeynesian instincts and those leaning more towards neoclassical instincts.

However, across the board... The Economist is fervently pro-market.

To call them "left" is ****ing retarded.

However, on social issues... they often are very pragmatic and centrist.
 
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Musashi continues to show that he really belongs merely taking orders...



The truly funny part is...

Authors in The Economist publish anonymously, and you will find a variety of underlying philosophies including those leaning more towards neokeynesian instincts and those leaning more towards neoclassical instincts.

However, across the board... The Economist is fervently pro-market.

To call them "left" is ****ing retarded.

However, on social issues... they often are very pragmatic and centrist.
"pragmatic" is codeword for "leftist"
 
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...another fine, retarded quote by Dumpy Dip****.

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"pragmatic" is codeword for "leftist"
Can you admit yet that you've never even read The Economist?
 
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What I ACTUALLY said was:

The Economist is famously left-leaning. (fact)
Certainly not in their staunch support of the Iraq Occupation.
 
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Bla bla bla.

Fact #1 The U.S. is massively in debt.

Fact #2 The U.S. has a massive trade deficit and buys foreign goods with IOU's.

Fact #3 The U.S. is dependent on manufacturing nations accepting U.S. IOU's which are backed by future U.S. production in exchange for their manufactured goods.

Fact #4 The demand in manufacturing countries for the use of their own energy and goods is growing and thus they will have more of an incentive to export less and consume more.

Fact #4 The above is never discussed by either candidate because they don't understand it.

Fact #5 In general the American people don't discuss the above because they don't understand it either.

Fact #6 The American people are going to be caught by surprise and thus will therefore cry and line up to share the shortage and will bend over and do whatever they are told in order to get their daily bread.
 
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"pragmatic" is codeword for "leftist"
I tend to agree with this statement
 
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any movement with the term neo attached to it should be disregarded as vanity outright

no regulation is anti free market and pro monopolization

the market thrives on competition, not overbloated giant companies
 
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TseTse, let's try this again.

Is "liberal" considered "left" in the UK?
Is "conservative" considered "right" in the UK?
 
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