Understanding Economics

A quick point:

Tea Party Understands Economics Better Than Obama Or Bill Maher - Forbes
Since the Nobel Prize in economics was established [in 1968], seven Nobel Prizes have been awarded to economists who cast serious doubt on Keynesian economics. Not one Nobel Prize has been awarded to an economist who advanced the Keynesian agenda. New York Times liberal columnist, Paul Krugman, won his Nobel Prize for trade theory, not for macroeconomics.
And Sweden isn't exactly the bastion of supply-side economics, you know.