Lew Rockwell (in 2008)

The monetary issue can be understood by analogy to orange juice. The more water you add, the less substance it has. If you keep adding, eventually you come to the point when you can no longer tell that it was ever orange. This is the same with money. If you print enough–literally or electronically through the credit markets–it will continue to lose value. If money grew on trees, it would be about as valuable as autumn leaves.