Macri to implement price controls: Let's Do The Timewarp Again

#21
And Macri did absolutely nothing to change that. If anything, he doubled down on this approach. I think on his pea sized brain, he thought that international investors would just fall in love with his bright blue eyes, and pour dollars into Argentina's economy as is, without the need for any fundamental reforms, allowing him to finance his budget deficits.
When that did not happen, he was left with his bare naked ass hanging outside the window, and he does not know what else do.
I came to the conclusion that the fundamental problem in Argentina is not ideological. It is not Left vs. Right or Socialism vs. Capitalism. The main issue here is the fundamental lack of elemental moral decency and ethics on everyone. Macri and Cristina are nothing but a reflection of a society broken and rotten to its very core.
Remember when he propose the UE to buy Argentine exports because we share the same race?

I think that the problem is that nazism won here, so, for the last 70 years the debate was among different greys of totalitarism.
 
#22
MM did many good things like removing capital control, loosening the government control and welcoming back the oversea capital back. But he was too tough on the poor, and he lost the control of currency. He is talking about balance the budget just now, he had the chance to balance the budget since day 1. Now he looks very confused, he is not smart as he looked at the election. But not sure CFK was leading the country to the right direction, if CFK rules the country for too long, it could be worse. Either way, Argentina looks bad now.
Well, weird analisys. The overseas inverstors never came but to remove capital controls allowed the worst capital flight of the history.

The problem here is that the last dictatorship left a so heavy debt that it is impossible to do well and MM made it a lot worst. So, under this scenario, CFK did very well.
 
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Read or watch El destape at youtube. They investigate were everybody else remain silent and they show the evidence (the Court files for example) to explain how the newspapers lies (for example, the cuadernos case).
He is ultra K? Yes, sure. But you are smart.
 
#29
Nobel Prize-winning economist (and economic advisor to Hillary Clinton campaign) Joseph Stiglitz, quoted in Venezuela Analysis, October 11, 2007 ("Joseph Stiglitz, in Caracas, Praises Venezuela's Economic Policies"):

Venezuela's economic growth has been very impressive in the last few years. . . . Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez appears to have had success in bringing health and education to the people in the poor neighborhoods of Caracas, to those who previously saw few benefits of the countries oil wealth.
 
#30
Nobel Prize-winning economist (and economic advisor to Hillary Clinton campaign) Joseph Stiglitz, quoted in Venezuela Analysis, October 11, 2007 ("Joseph Stiglitz, in Caracas, Praises Venezuela's Economic Policies"):

Venezuela's economic growth has been very impressive in the last few years. . . . Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez appears to have had success in bringing health and education to the people in the poor neighborhoods of Caracas, to those who previously saw few benefits of the countries oil wealth.
Yes but at the time that was actually true. From quoted statement he is stating what be believes to be fact - not being an apologist or promoter for Chavez. I mean he was an economic advisor to Hillary Clinton!