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Double the fun: Peter Schiff versus Occupy Wall Street, Round Two
| 3:25 pm on October 27, 2011
Posted on 10/27/2011 1:57:50 PM PDT by Sneakyuser
Yesterdays crowd-pleaser from MRC TV was just an appetizer. Heres the main course via Reason almost 19 minutes of Schiff taking on all comers at Zuccotti Park like some sort of Austrian-school ninja. Watch for the part where he breaks out the rhetorical nunchucks against regulation on grounds that everyone wants to pay lower prices for goods and is duly informed by a guy in a Guy Fawkes mask and keffiyeh that
no, not everyone does. Theres your Obama 2012″ campaign slogan, I guess.
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: leftwing; mediabias; obama; ows
This is very...instructive
I love this guy. I don’t know how he keeps a straight face trying to talk to these “intellectuals.”
posted on 10/27/2011 2:30:53 PM PDT
What you see in these videos is economic facts verses economic emotion.
Look at the difference between Schiff and any of the OWS protesters. The protesters, when out of any argument, calls Schiff an idiot
posted on 10/27/2011 2:41:28 PM PDT
("Begging hands and Bleeding hearts will only cry out for more"...Anthem from Rush)
Schiff’s a libertarian, isn’t he?
Probably there just to get a contact high......
Peter Schiff is a good man. He calls it like he sees it which makes him quite unpopular with ‘tow the democrat line’ economists. I'm glad he's doing this and I think there were a couple of people there who looked as though they learned something. Sadly, Mr. ‘open your mind’ occupier was the least open minded and took nothing from Peter's expertise.
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