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Drudge: Peter Schiff takes on OWS protesters


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ACinMA's picture

Heres more video

from when Peter confronted OWS.. Check it out:

http://www.dailypaul.com/184026/peter-schiff-taking-on-occup...

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Just went up a Peg or 2

That was bad ass. He is doing a great Service because the people do not know what is hurting them.

to me those peoples description of solving the problem is like having your hand in a fire and thinking the way to stop the burning is to hold it in the fire...

Close...

These people think that the way you stop the burning of your hand in the fire is to CUT YOUR HAND OFF instead of pulling it out of the fire... LOL :)

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SteveMT's picture

How about 3 pegs up?

Imagine a George Soros or a Warren Buffett out there 1:1, unprotected, and doing the same thing?

No doubt that he took a big chance not only with his reputation on the line, but also his risk of possible injury.

The Socratic Method At Work

It's almost as good as Ron Paul causing Whoopie to stop and think during The View show when they talked about abortion.

Asking the right questions is key.

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Schiff has a brass pair

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Just saw this on Drudge... it

Just saw this on Drudge... it really needs to make it on the front page.

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