RE: The Global Crisis: Lessons from the Middle Ages
"It is the economy that pressures people to live beyond their means by offering imprudent credit that is the main culprit here." Always good to blame something other than oneself... right? Seriously, the only 'culprit' is the lack of individual responsibility. To say that only forces outside of man can allow him to live 'simply' does a great discredit to the souls that God has created within each of us. We have free-will. You talk of scary stuff when you say that there should be regulation of salaries... regulation of what we buy... kind of reminds me of a dictator. You can live in that world, but I chose personal responsibility and freedom.