Originally Posted by banyon
No, Keynes didn't say that. He was quoting someone else to talk about how they were wrong. It wasn't "distilled", it was disingenuously shortened. That's the opposite. If you admitted when you were mistaken at least a few times, you might have a bit more credibility.
Frankly, if you actually understood Keynes remotely, you would have known the quote was suspect to begin with.
Admitting your are in denial is the first step to reality banyon
But then again "truth and reality" are a 'no-no' in the Libs world.