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Milton Friedman on Donahue #2

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Published on Aug 26, 2009

Milton Friedman on Donahue. This is where the famous "Greed" clip comes from.

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youngbloodfantasy91
"Can Sears buy K-Mart too?" Whoops.
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Cory G
We really need another Milton Friedman today.
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NPN
I didn't realize how stupid Phil really was.
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aera Hoover
i enjoy watching Milton Friedman so much
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Matt Williams
The boneheaded lady who is speaking at 36:31 is exactly what's wrong with the voter base in this country and a perfect example of a low-information person. She knows that there are rich people and poor people. She believes rich people are responsible for there being poor people, but she doesn't know why or how. Not only does she not know why or how, but after a little prodding, Friedman gets her to admit that rich people don't in fact hoard their money, but use their money to make capital investments which act to create jobs and grow the economy. It's clear this woman's position is indefensible in general, and especially by her. The media has taught her to think and speak in fortune cookie sayings and to develop a bullet-point argument, without any critical thinking at all. What a shame.
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frank hill
“At the core of liberalism is the spoiled child — miserable, as all spoiled children are, unsatisfied, demanding, ill-disciplined, despotic and useless. Liberalism is a philosophy of sniveling brats.”P.J. O'Rourke
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Patrick Pasqua
Is it just me or is Mr Donahue turning red with exasperation at the unraveling of liberal ideals at the hands of Mr Friedman!
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Manwe Elder
Friedman is just too good. His third party philosophy solves a lot of problems that libertarian anarchist philosophies face, namely that voluntary action does have repercussions that impede upon the freedom of others. I have reserves about Rothbardian philosophy, but I'm all in for Friedman.
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Andrew Domenitz
Henry Ford paid his workers better than others so they could afford to buy them. He was not forced to do it by the govt.
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Drumboy5165
Mr. Friedman is truly a genius, people like Paul Krugman couldn't even tie Mr. Friedman's shoes.
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