A really good message (with a really annoying voice)

January 20, 2008

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9 Responses to “A really good message (with a really annoying voice)”

  1. PatrickP Says:

    I bet he’s a bottom.

  2. Quakerjono Says:

    Mmm, if he is and working for the Cato Institute, I’m sure it’s all about wide stances and cryptic hand gestures under partitions.

    I could only listen up to 0:23 and his sneering little giggle. I have no desire to be lectured on economics by a knockoff David Sedaris.

  3. colio2007 Says:

    i listened all the way thru. good message is right but his grating voice and dorky demeanor undermine the whole thing.

    … if the goal is to raise awareness, CATO or whomever is putting out the video should have a more appealing person delivering the message.

  4. superdave524 Says:

    Low taxes are good. Balanced budgets are also good.

  5. John in IL Says:

    Yes, they are both good but they are two completely different things.

  6. superdave524 Says:

    Yes and no. Alan Greenspan wrote that one of the keys to the economic success of the 1990’s was the fiscal responsibility of the gov’t in paring the deficit. Low tax rates are good for growth, but cutting taxes when there is a big deficit is irresponsible. Anyway, I agree that the guy has an annoying voice.

  7. John in IL Says:

    superdave: My thoughts on deficit spending have changed a lot mostly due to Steve from The Skeptical Optimist. You can find him over there—->
    (on my blogroll).

  8. superdave524 Says:

    I’ll check him out.


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