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  • Mon, Apr 19, 2010 - 04:34am

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    Re: Austrian & Keynesian Theories Vs. Mathematical Facts

[quote=ashvinp]The reason I think we’re screwed is because we have waited far too long and we still are not serious about making any of these changes.[/quote]

No disagreement there.  I don’t think there is anyway the system is not going to break and probably in a most uncomfortable way for many many people. But… (you knew that was coming), do you keep doing the same things that broke the system, or try to get back to a more local self directed system. 

[quote=ashvinp] I think we should be clear that “central control” does not necessarily mean the federal government, it could be local state or ngos maybe, and it does not necessarily mean strict mandates on what people can and can’t do.[/quote]

You seem to  agree it should be local, but why do you seem to support large federal intervention (healthcare, monetary, energy).  If you feel local is the way to go then we need to get the federal government out of local and state affairs so that the small groups can prepare and deal with what is coming.  Right now we are continuing to consolidate power and control in a few individuals at the federal level.