December 14, 2011

Speaking of your Bradley Foundation intellectuals

Who could forget this all-times classic:
Although the authors of the WPRI Report argue that "[m]ost of the empirical research done on retail gasoline markets suggests that the primary problem in the market is not predatory pricing, but rather a propensity towards price collusion," there is no evidence in the WPRI Report of any actual collusion in the Wisconsin motor vehicle fuel market. — Seventh Circuit Ct. App.
Price collusion = voter fraud.

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