Someone sent me this YouTube video about: Answering the Defenders of Peter Schiff, Austrain Economics and great hyperinflation hoax
I do not agree with the author of this video. I am curious. Who is Dick Eastman? Why is he bad mouthing Austrian Economics and gold?
I mean seriously?
Ron Paul drops in one poll and now Schiff is infatuated by Herman Cain! Just listened to his show and the first 10 minutes are like listening to some alien that has taken over Schiff's body.
When you support a candidate you don't advocate another candidate or imply that your candidate is less electable than another.
I recommend reading his gold scam report. I made a video about what coins to buy, but he has a lot more info in there.
In last night's live broadcast of Infowars Nightly News on http://www.prisonplanet.tv Alex Jones interviews Peter Schiff on the direction of the economy, the failure of government stimulus to create jobs, what will happen in the future as these policies go forward, and the Ron Paul campaign including the smear attempts.
Added to youtube today September 21st, 2001
Posting these highlights for anybody who didn;t see
Peter Schiff knocks it out of the park in front of the Congressional Job Committee yesterday! You have to watch this!
This is going to make a great 'Peter Schiff was right!' video!
Schiff Part 1:
Schiff Part 2:
I am listening to the Peter Schiff show clip from Friday with Rand Paul. At the beginning, Schiff said he will be testifying before a Congressional committee tomorrow about job creation. Anyone have any more info on this? I can't find anything in the news about it.
I haven't seen if this interview was posted but despite being two days old of this posting its still relevant.
At the end (12:35) Peter mentions he'll be giving testimony to a committee in congress on Tuesday:
I know there has been a lot of talk about the Gibson Guitar issue on the DP recently. The CEO was on the Peter Schiff Show yesterday. I couldn't find this posted on the forum, so just in case it hasn't been, here it is for everyone to enjoy.
Andrew Schiff's thoughts on why the press doesn't cover Ron Paul and why they and the public think he can't win.
He explains why, "our politicians are allowed to never admit the truth, always blame the opponent, never answer the question that is asked, always respond in platitudes rather than substance, and rigorously stay on message, even when the message is muddled."
Excepting Ron Paul, of course.
Picking up where they left off in 2008, the media is in the midst of a campaign to ignore and undermine the presidential candidacy of Ron Paul (they gave me even rougher treatment during my 2010 Senate run). Political pundits just do not know what to do with a candidate who fails to fit into the blue and red boxes that form the simple narrative of American politics. They are perturbed by the grass roots nature of the campaign, by the strange honesty and earnestness of the candidate and his supporters, and the odd mixture of conservative values and liberty-minded policies.