Interference in the market pricing disrupts the supply and demand equation. What bad things will happen?

Disrupt the supply/demand equation and what are the fully expected results?

Distortions, shortages, rationing, waiting lines, black markets. Those are the logical consequences of price controls.

Could someone explain to me why shortages and rationing and black markets are morally superior to free enterprise?

Check this out:


That is the video

Supply and Demand: A Thug Story by students at George Mason University (Fairfax, VA) and George Washington University (Washington, DC)

This is a runner-up in the Fayetteville State University video competition last year. The topic was supply and demand. The 2012 entries can be seen here.

This is my favorite of the top videos last year.

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