The Greatest Depression: God Is Not Mocked June 30, 2010

by Will

Will Grigg?s Liberty Minute

June 30, 2010

Imagine an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in which the self-appointed leader extols the supposed merits of drunkenness, and you?ll capture some of the weirdness of the recently concluded G20 Summit in Toronto.

With nations across the globe mired in debt and the world sinking into depression, Barack Obama actually chided European nations for their tardy and tentative attempts at austerity. Obama and his handlers remain committed to the notion that prosperity can only be achieved through ever-deepening government debt and ever-expanding government control over the means of production.

According to Paul Krugman of the New York Times, the Nobel-winning Keynesian nitwit regarded in some circles as an economist, the formula for recovery is this: ?Spend now, while the economy remains depressed; save later, once it has recovered.? This makes as much sense as saying, ?Feast now while the pantry is bare; diet later, once the larder overflows.?

People of that persuasion literally deify the government. All of us pay an awful price for their blasphemy.

Let us take back the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free.

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