I realized it had been over a month since I criticized other free market economists, and hence wrote this article.
Note that the picture for the article is a reference to Gene's book. I imagine some people here would have assumed the so-and-so's down at the Mises Institute would be far too petty to promote Gene's book after all the goings-on. Maybe Gene will sing us some lines from a Les Mis song:
Damned if I'll live in the debt of a bigot!
Damned if I'll yield at the end of the chase.
I am the blog and the blog is not mocked
I'll spit his pity right back in his face
Oh how on earth can this be?
It is either Ron Paul or Gene C.!
How can I now allow this man
To hold dominion over me?
This desperate man whom I have baited
He gave me my book. He gave me sales.
I should have perished by his hand
It was his right.
It was my right to mock as well
Instead I live... but live in hell.
And my thoughts fly apart
Can this man be believed?
Shall his sins be forgiven?
Shall his crimes be reprieved?
And must I now begin to doubt,
Who never doubted all these months?
My heart is stone and still it trembles
The world I have known is lost in shadow.
Is he from heaven or from hell?
And does he know
That granting me my book today
This man has killed me even so?
BTW if you have no idea what I am alluding to, you really need to see Les Mis. Far be it from me to criticize any movie involving Liam Neeson, but it doesn't hold a candle to the stage production.
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