Donald J. Boudreaux Quotes.
To worry about differences in earned incomes simply because some persons earn more than other persons is to wallow in envy. And envy is, and ought to remain, a deadly sin rather than be fashioned into a livewire for energizing public policy.
Politicians will pander to special-interest groups eager to gain at the public expense.
When government does more than guard against the initiation of force, inevitably it becomes a means of theft and bamboozlement.
Let’s be clear about one indisputable fact: capitalism vigorously pursued has never produced the atrocities – starvation, tyranny, and genocide – that are produced by statism vigorously pursued. Nothing remotely close.
Politicians, like bombers, seldom see their victims.