It's the Revolution, Stupid!Submitted by Brian McConnell on Wed, 05/28/2008 - 09:43
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During Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign opposing George the 1st, James Carville is credited for hanging a sign in his boss' Little Rock headquarters declaring, "It's the economy, stupid". This 'catch phrase' resurfaced in the media recently and thus, became a topic of discussion at a talk given by Leo Hindery, a current economic adviser to Barack Obama, entitled Illusions and Delusions About the U.S. Economic Picture.
Co-hosted by the Next Social Contract Initiative in conjunction with the New America Foundation on April 2, the panel included Sherle Schwenninger, Director of NAF's Economic Growth Program. Though this video contains only assorted clips from the entire taped conference, they nevertheless stand in vivid contrast to Ron Paul's current message.