I've narrated a video on why Keynesian economics is bad theory, I've also narrated a video specifically debunking Obama's failed stimulus, and I've put together a post with data from the Minneapolis Fed showing how Reaganomics worked far better than Obamanomics.
But this video from the Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation does all that—and more—in only about six minutes.
By the way, for those who like gory details, a previous video in the CF&P Foundation's Economics 101 series looked at how the so-called stimulus was a rat's nest of waste and corruption.
Not that anybody should be surprised. Big government facilitates corruption in the same way that a dumpster attracts rats and cockroaches.
My concern is long-term trends. Politicians should be complying with Mitchell's Golden Rule, which means reducing government spending as a share of GDP (to put it in terms that make economists feel warm and fuzzy, gov't exp/GDP should be decreasing).
What irks me about Obama is that he wants to increase the burden of government spending, which means the numerator in the equation is going in the wrong direction. And he wants class-warfare tax policy and more red tape, which makes it even harder for the denominator to move in the right direction.
And if that ratio continues to deteriorate, as both the BIS and OECD are predicting, then it's just a matter of time before the United States becomes Greece.