According to Webster: “ac·a·dem·ic,” (in context) Scholarly to the point of being unaware of the outside world.
(Crusader Rabbit, a.k.a. Chuck).
According to Webster: in·tel·lect (in context) n. The ability to think and understand.
Jonathan Holmes Gruber is an American professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he has taught since 1992.
He is also the director of the Health Care Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research, where he is a research associate.
He is an associate editor of both the Journal of Public Economics and the Journal of Health Economics.
Jonathan Gruber has been heavily involved in crafting public health policy in the 21st Century. He is the “key architect” of the 2006 Massachusetts health care reform, referred to as “Romneycare”, …
..as well as the “key architect” of Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, referred to as “Obamacare,” …
..and/or, ..the gift that keeps on taking!
Once again in a nutshell, America is a “Republic.”
Republics are governed at the behest “and” for the (benefit) of the people.
Question: So who is managing America’s affairs in this new millennium, ..agenda driven anti-American academics?
Second Question: Why is it that intellect and patriotism no longer coexist?
The truth can be provided in a one-word answer…
(Federal Reserve Gold).
A clue to the “faint of brain,” the Rothschild family does not deposit anything into the federal reserve bank.
The Rothschild family headquarters in Austria and controls most every bank of significance on the European continent.
The wealth that resides within the federal reserve banks is placed there by the American taxpayers.
There were no Rothschilds at Valley Forge, thus it makes no sense to me why the “American taxpayers” have made them one of the wealthiest family on the planet.
Although I “cannot disagree” with Jonathan Gruber’s cast, and/or, assessment that the American public is stupid, I do believe that it is “terribly rude” to paint (any group), all with the same color brush. 🙂
Think about it, (really hard) I’ll be back tomorrow