Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Walter Block Would Continue "Quantitative Easing" If Named Fed Chairman

I knew he was qualified.

In response to my post suggesting that Walter Block, among others, would make a great Fed chairman, Prof. Block has emailed me:

Dear Bob:

I'm ready to serve my country in this capacity. I promise to do a good job. My policy will be quantitative easing: easing all the employees of the Fed out of their jobs. If appointed, I won't demand a recount. Rather, I'll fulfill my promise to End the Fed within one day. See, I'm a moderate (that's why they call me Walter Moderate Block). I won't blister my finger ending this invasion of our liberties instantaneously.

Best regards,


Walter E. Block, Ph.D.
Harold E. Wirth Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair and Professor of Economics
Joseph A. Butt, S.J. College of Business


  1. C'mon America, let's appoint Dr. Block!

  2. A whole day to close the place down? I am so disappointed with Dr. Block's middle-of-the-road compromises. /sarcasm