On Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 1:08 PM, Paul Tanner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > You proved me right. You did not actually answer a single question I > actually put to you in any useful way. That is, all your answers were > just a beating around the bush. >
Who said it's your job to interrogate me and that my job is to answer ill-conceived yes/no questions of ignoramus vintage? I'm not a president and you're not a journalist at my press conference. I don't have to answer any of your questions if they don't interest me.
All I'm saying is your sanguine faith / superstition in "mathematical economics" is not allowing you to think clearly and intelligently about providing health services to a needy world.
In contrast to what I'm doing, which is actually quite substantive compared to anything you've written in this thread so far.
I'm sketching real future prospects whereas you're talking about numbers and money, like some DC-based cube farm policy wonk.
Between the two of us, I think I'm doing the useful work of brainstorming a future, whereas you're parroting the way most USAers think and talk: weak in STEM, close to incoherent about the future.