Elections and politicians are incapable to altering bleak fundamentals for a government-controlled and badly damaged U.S. economy and its largely wrecked free enterprise system. Today is Super Tuesday, so-called. But whatever the results of the political media program, results can hardly be super. A new chief executive will take charge, and even the best of the candidates would only slightly delay a day of reckoning and only slightly limit the damage coming on a nonresponsive political economy in the thralldom of Keynesian illusions. The marketplace will take is vengeance. Reality will set in. All those who belong to the state system face disappointment as their comforts and security are liquidated. (Courtesy AM 1240 Hot News Talk Radio).
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