November 30, 2008

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I have been off doing my own thing this weekend, so I haven't been online. But there is one article that you simply must read.

Thomas Sowell's Ivan and Boris Again:

It may tell us something painful about many Americans today, when so many people are preoccupied with the pay of corporate CEOs. It is not that the corporate CEOs’ pay affects them so much. If every oil-company executive in America agreed to work for nothing, that would not be enough to lower the price of a gallon of gasoline by a dime. If every General Motors executive agreed to work for nothing, that would not lower the price of a Cadillac or a Chevrolet by one percent.

Too many people are like Ivan, who wanted Boris’s goat to die.

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1 Those who cannot create demand that others control the creators. Such control leads to destruction ... and demands for more control. How many Americans know what happened to millions of Ivans and Borises after 1917?

Posted by: Amritas at November 30, 2008 03:40 PM (gO06s)

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