[was: Very Good Articles On Free Market Retailing]

Ron,

You wrote:

If only our Stupidvisors had read or even understood the concepts of

free markets <

Since their major concern involves attaining political power, it would
make little sense for them to have an interest or spend much time in
reading or understanding free markets.

If you start with identifying an individual's goals and aspirations,
then you will better understand their incentives and behavior, and
avoid unrealistic hopes and dashed expectations.

A libertarian expecting a politician to understand free markets is
like a dog-lover expecting a cat to bark. You're wasting your time.

Best, Michael

Dear Dr. Mike;

I presume of course what you say about politicians does not apply to Michael Badnarik. Whom I presume does understand free market economics. Presumably because his goals and aspirations are directed through the prism of Libertarianism. Or to follow the simile you gave - does this cat bark?

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

"Dr. Michael R. Edelstein" <dredelstein@...> wrote:
Ron,

You wrote:

If only our Stupidvisors had read or even understood the concepts of

free markets <

Since their major concern involves attaining political power, it would
make little sense for them to have an interest or spend much time in
reading or understanding free markets.

If you start with identifying an individual's goals and aspirations,
then you will better understand their incentives and behavior, and
avoid unrealistic hopes and dashed expectations.

A libertarian expecting a politician to understand free markets is
like a dog-lover expecting a cat to bark. You're wasting your time.

Best, Michael

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