When is the price of some marketable good or service at or near zero? When either the supply of it is so plentiful that virtually any demand, no matter how great, can be satisfied. Or when no matter how large or small the supply of it may be, people’s demand for it is so low that nobody is willing to practically pay anything for it.
February 26 was a particularly terrible day – in a six-plus year history of terrible Barack Obama Administration days.
My initial reactions to Obama’s speech: 1) Dull, dull, dull! Nothing inspiring or even interesting. 2) He spent more time and gave more detail attacking the opposing plan than he…