Re: A funny state of the economy
There is also of course the fact that Obama, who was elected under the banner of hope and change, has consistantly followed the same course as the previous administration, and gone back on most of his promises. I think people hoped that this eloquent, intelligent man would go where no politician has gone for a long time and actually do what he said he was going to do, and since he's comprehensively failed to do that they have reason to be unhappy with him.
Anarchy = without a ruler, just as monarchy = one ruler. When in human history has a real free market ever been tried? I think America in its infancy was the closest thing in modern times, and that was acknowledged as a threat at the time by the old powers over here in the UK. The interest-free system of credit was too much for them to bear, because they knew it would replace the old system if allowed to continue.