3 thoughts on “Rational Ignorance, Part the Googolplexth

  1. Hmmm…

    A situation where spreading costs to others leads to rationally pursuing actions that result in broadly poor outcomes – I think I might have heard this story before.

  2. Yes, the terrifying possibility of returning upper-income tax rates to where they were in the Clinton Depression.

    1. That’s not the ignorance. The ignorance comes in thinking that this change alone will fix the deficit. It won’t even come close.

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