The EU

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Thursday, May 13, 2010


This nine minute video from YouTube says that Sweden cut taxes and regulations so it could afford its social welfare system.  For example, in terms of deregulation, a Swedish child can take their "business" to any school, public or private, and that school would then get paid by the Government for that student.  Seems radical to me.

Do we believe this about Sweden?  They cut taxes and regulations in order to grow the economy?

Regards  —  Cliff

1 comment:

lance said...

When you discuss Sweden cutting taxes you have to start with "from where?" Aren't they the most taxed people in the world? Then of course you would follow up with "to where?"

They also have national health insurance.