June 6, 2016


From the "life imitates Three Sources" department...

Almost 80 percent of Swiss voters rejected a guaranteed monthly income Sunday.

They dropped it like it's hawt.

But the majority of Switzerland doesn't buy this argument and are instead wary of the idea, believing it would cripple the Swiss economy by eliminating all motivation to work.

"If you pay people to do nothing, they will do nothing," Charles Wyplosz, an economics professor at the Geneva Graduate Institute, told AFP.

And we thought it was complicated. It isn't.

Eighty percent! Eight. Zero.

Don't Demand the Unearned Economics and Markets Government Posted by JohnGalt at June 6, 2016 11:17 AM
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