For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie (2 Thessalonians 2:11)

Mar 31, 2009

A nice little prophecy...

While trolling the big blogs, I came across this gem in The Corner:

The president and his team are suffering from the same conceit which has afflicted many other activist governments in many other settings. They believe a central government can find a way to induce reluctant consumers to buy products they don’t want from inefficient suppliers without asking anyone, anywhere — save for corporate hot-shots — to make an economic sacrifice. Certainly, the unions aren’t to blame. Therefore, the problem must be poor “leadership.” And if the companies can’t manage themselves well, then by golly, the government will help them do it.

Read the whole thing (short) here.

Now that Bush is gone things just keep getting better and better.

1 comment:

  1. Hope and Change, dear friend. This is what we've come to (once again). I'm not saying these CEO's in the banking biz and in the auto industry are the Princes of the City, because they're not. Most of them deserve to be fired. But if we've got to the point where the feddle gummint thinks it can run things better, then we're all in deep trouble.

    I said it after the election, and I'll say it again: by the time we've had four years of Obama, people are going to be pining for Dubya.