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Topic - Donald J. Boudreaux
For all its amenities, life inside the Beltway is fraught with inconvenience. While some of the area's problems are unlikely to dissipate anytime soon, no problem divides Washington-area residents quite like the deer dilemma.
In a recent interview, President Obama seemed to suggest his policies would have created more jobs if businesses had stopped finding ways to be more productive with fewer workers.
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"Do you, President Obama, really wish to suggest that the innovations you blame for thwarting your fiscal policies are 'structural issues' that ought to be corrected?" he asked.
"With no less justification - but with no more validity - any of your predecessors might have issued complaints similar to yours,"