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How not to argue for HS2 — 3 Comments

  1. Basically, public indifference towards politics has led to us having imbeciles running the country. The thing about democracy is that, if enough people catch on, the idiots can be sent packing, without us having a civil war.

  2. “An estimated 100,000 new jobs will be created, most of them skilled.”

    There’s your broken window fallacy, right there.

    Bastiat, eat your heart out – you wasted your time.

  3. “(A ladder to the moon is a bold and imaginative investment, but hardly one that will contribute to national prosperity. Spending proposals need to be assessed on their own merits, not justified under some sweeping generalisation.)”
    Don’t give them ideas

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