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Milton Friedman Hits A Home Run!
Posted on 07/06/2010 8:28:50 PM PDT by ObamacareFail
Milton Friedman explains why spending other people's money for Obamacare or any other welfare payment never works. Click Here to see him explain.
TOPICS: Business/Economy; History; Society
KEYWORDS: economics; friedman; ronpaul; tazes; votepeterschiff; voteronpaul; welfare
Milton Friedman explains why spending other people's money for Obamacare or any other welfare payment never works. Click Here
to see him explain.
posted on 07/06/2010 8:30:33 PM PDT
(11 year Freeper! Combat Economist.)
He was ahead of his time, a true independent thinker.
Why isn’t he taught in critical thinking courses?
posted on 07/06/2010 8:38:01 PM PDT
Milton Friedman, rest in peace, died before he could witness the outrages of President Obama.
posted on 07/06/2010 8:39:59 PM PDT
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posted on 07/06/2010 9:16:07 PM PDT
( ...speak the truth, right the wrong, follow the King)
posted on 07/06/2010 9:20:27 PM PDT
(Even if the voices aren't real they have some pretty good ideas.)
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Makes total sense so that’s why democrats won’t understand it. He also fails to talk about feelings and wishful thinking so it’s beyond the grasp of most leftist.
posted on 07/06/2010 9:33:34 PM PDT
Stossel covering Friedman now on FOX Biz Channel
posted on 07/06/2010 9:35:30 PM PDT
by Gene Eric
(Your Hope has been redistributed. Here's your Change.)
I could listen to him speak for hours. A truly honorable man, from the little I know of him. The Van Helsing of social economics. He can put a dagger straight through the heart of Socialism and American Liberalism without even breaking a sweat.
posted on 07/06/2010 9:54:18 PM PDT
pinging self for tomorrow.
Friedman was such a genius. It annoyed me no end that the lefties at U of Chicago objected to an institute there in his name. Most of them couldn’t hold a candle to Friedman’s brilliance.
posted on 07/06/2010 10:03:50 PM PDT
Man, I miss this guy. I was lucky enough as a grad student to have dinner with him on two separate occasions and I was in awe of his ability to take every-day events and explain the economic basis that drove them in such simple, yet elegant, terms. He was, truly, one of the greatest minds of our era.
posted on 07/06/2010 10:25:30 PM PDT
(Some people are as dumb as soup.)
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posted on 07/07/2010 8:51:19 AM PDT
("We don't want to hear words; we want action and results.")
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