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  •  I know you believe in (0+ / 0-)

    "expansionary austerity" despite the conclusive evidence of its fallacy.

    Therefore, discussions between us would be pointless.

    Facts and evidence are not relevant to your beliefs on macroeconomics.

    I don't see the point to our discussing the issue.

    FTR, my post actually had not a thing to do with any of this.

    Merely the simpler point that Social Security is not "insolvent" or "bankrupt" and will not be in 2033.

    Frankly, I'm not even sure you actually disagree with my point.

    You took a tangent of insult and I responded accordingly.

    On the separate issue you now want to discuss, I think our understanding of what the evidence has demonstrated
    regarding "expansionary austerity" is so divergent, that there really is no point to our discussion.

    Just one final thought, do you really believe that THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE IN THE WORLD today is the "impending bankruptcy" of Social Security?

    I bet you don't.
     

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