That's a terrible paraphrasing of my response, but whatever. My main point is that declining consumer prices have to be considered, which BD ignored.Testiclaw wrote:Well, first off, nobody here said it doesn't, what they did say was that economics isn't the only consideration, and, not always the most important.Pinky wrote:Now someone's going to pretend that economics matters when discussing trade agreements?Testiclaw wrote:What educational or experience do you have in the economic field, Turd?
So you're just wrong on that. Good of you to adopt Pinky as a pseudonym: you're clearly not the Brain.
I ask because he writes off any and all economic posts or questions, dismissing them as, "you don't know economics", and whatnot.
I figure he must have a background in it...or else his dismissals mean very little.
So I asked. Let's see if he answers.
And yeah I do have a background in economics-- both educationally and professionally. No, I am not an economist (I generally consider an economist to be someone who both works as one, and has a PhD in the subject).