Originally Posted by J Diddy
I agree that the rates need to rise. I also saw the need to keep them down--to keep people buying and stimulate the economy.
No production is more important than consumption. You can't have the latter without the former. You can't just stimulate consumption with monetary gimmicks...we have to produce and then exchange what we produce.
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