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Economic Freedom’s Most Humorous
Welcome back to the Liberty Video Awards. Yesterday, you voted on Best Lesson in Economics. (If you missed it, you can still cast your vote by clicking here.)
And now, these are the nominations for Most Humorous. Make sure to vote for your favorite.
Your vote for Most Humorous!
- "I Want to Be a Crony" (58%, 71 Votes)
- "Joke of the Day" (27%, 33 Votes)
- "Deck the Halls with Macro Follies" (15%, 18 Votes)
Total Voters: 122
EconStories’ “Deck the Halls with Macro Follies”
“Relax and say ‘Bah, Humbug!’ to any pundit or politician pushing consumer spending as a path to prosperity with EconStories’ ‘Deck the Halls with Macro Follies’ holiday album.”
Crony Chronicles’ “I Want to Be a Crony”
“When I grow up, I want to … work for the government and rig the system … make the rules … build a big government program for all my crony friends … I’m going to fight for my piece of the taxpayer pie.” Just what are our children learning these days?
The American Enterprise Institute’s “Joke of the Day”
Why is earning your successes better than getting them for free?
Don’t forget to cast your vote, and make sure to come back tomorrow to vote on the best overall liberty video of the year.