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Robert Reich debunks GOP lies about the economy

Robert Reich debunks GOP lies about the economy

(8:32) Former US Labor Secretary Robert Reich debunks trickle-down economics and other conservative articles of faith.

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Guest: Kerry (2250 days ago)
Latest comment: So much BS here.For one no one is advocating cutting Teachers,firemen etc. instead it's all the needless bureaucratic dept. of this and that that add no value and take up taxpayer money.Remember govt. cannot give you anything it first doean't take from PRODUCTIVE members of society.Govt. has no incentive to see that that money is not spent wisely and prudently.
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Latest comment: So much BS here.For one no one is advocating cutting Teachers,firemen etc. instead it's all the needless bureaucratic dept. of this and that that add no value and take up taxpayer money.Remember govt. cannot give you anything it first doean't take from PRODUCTIVE members of society.Govt. has no incentive to see that that money is not spent wisely and prudently.
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Guest: Dave (2255 days ago)
So much truth and such a pity most Americans won't hear it.
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So much truth and such a pity most Americans won't hear it.
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