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Bruce Bartlett on Rick Perry

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One of my majors is economics, and I usually avoid writing about it on this blog in the interest of keeping things focused on skepticism, but this is just funny. Bruce Bartlett is an NY Times economics blogger and he was also Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy at the Treasury under George H.W. Bush. I respect Bartlett but I disagree with some of his ideas, namely encouraging more government spending versus cutting “defense” spending. However, this video is just awesome. I adore how plainly he calls out Rick Perry, as though he’s simply correcting Christine Roman’s grammar or something:

http://am.blogs.cnn.com/2011/08/19/former-treasury-official-bruce-bartlett-rick-perry-is-an-idiot/

More to come!

– Dave

Dave Muscato is Vice President of MU SASHA. He is a vegetarian, LGBTQ ally, and human- & animal-welfare activist. A junior at Mizzou majoring in economics & anthropology and minoring in philosophy & Latin, he posts updates to the SASHA blog every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday. His website is http://www.DaveMuscato.com.

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This entry was posted on August 19, 2011 by in Author: Dave Muscato, In The News, Web Links & Videos and tagged .
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