Monday, July 06, 2015

Terrible tax plans from the Right

Lessons On How Not To Run Your State Government

Funny how you don't hear the IPA or the group of "we hate Keynes" columnists at The Australian talking about the Laffer inspired budget disasters going on in some American States over the last few years, with Kansas as the prime example.  But I see that Bobby Jindal has been doing silly things as well.

As the writer of this column says:
First, no leader should promise never to raise taxes because, frankly, there are times when it is necessary.
It's a statement of common sense under which David Leyonhjelm fails at the first hurdle.   

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