World Leaders Admit They Are Superfluous
George Bush, speaking at the APEC conference in Peru argued that the free-market could resolve the current economic crisis while global protectionism could only worsen the situation.
Mr Bush spoke passionately about his belief in the free market despite the recent world economic downturn.
He called for an Asia-Pacific region of “free markets, free trade and free people”.
“It is also essential that governments resist the temptation to overcorrect by imposing regulations that would stifle innovation and strangle growth.
Considering the intensely anti-free market policies recently implemented in the USA, the UK, the EU, Ireland, as well as on a global level, one wonders what other so-called “free market” solutions we have in store.