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    Re: Austrian & Keynesian Theories Vs. Mathematical Facts

[quote=Thomas Hedin]

Goes211,

Can you point to some Austrians that think it is a good idea to borrow money from banks that don’t have any and do so at interest?

Ron Paul.

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Thomas,

A couple of things.   One, Ron Paul is not an Austrian Economist but I certainly do consider him a follower.  Two, if you are so sure of your position I am sure you can find some quotes to back up that belief.  I bet you dollars to doughnuts you cannot find any.  Otherwise I am going to have to assume you are just puting words in people mouths because they don’t agree with your positions.