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yep, hear ya; I agree with you that she was spot on, but

nevertheless, she obviously took it out on the wrong man.

It'd be like her grilling Dr. Paul for 'voting' for the wars and intervention...that he never voted for, such actions which he has always principally consistently, vehemently opposed.

right idea, right indignant angst, wrong man blamed.

plus, it's obvious from the way she conducted the interview, she did it purely to be adversarial, and not to get at any real conclusion, nor put someone in a hot seat, whom, truly deserved to be grilled or roasted like a South Carolinian barbecue.

now, had Tony Blair been in that seat? certainly. but Hannan? no way.

Daniel Hannan, or the likes of George Galloway (whom while I agree with his non-interventionist views, but am utterly against his socialist policies along with his utterly snide dismissal of 9/11 Truth, be that as it may) are the last people who deserve this type of grilling, simply because they're not responsible for the collective stupidity of their govt peers who did voted for those illegal warcrimes.

Hannan is definitely one of the good ones, and an ally, across the Atlantic; if you enjoyed the above, you'll definitely dig this:

Daniel Hannan | Occupy Wall Street Debate | Oxford Union
Published on Jan 11, 2013

Daniel Hannan MEP gives his opposing opinion to the motion of "The House would Occupy Wall Street".
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Daniel Hannan opens by saying that the bailouts were a crime that will one day be seen as a generational offence. He highlights that he, along with 3 other elected politicians, was the only one opposed to the bailouts along with 87% of the British Public. It's wrong to clobber the little guy in order to reward the corporates.

He says that he is opposed because the occupy Wall Street crowd were occupying the wrong place. He says there is a world of difference between being pro business and pro market.

He challenges 3 propositions; The Idea that we are living through a failure of capitalism, the banking collapse was caused by a lack of regulation and the idea that we're in this financial mess because of our greed.

Filmed on Thursday 22nd November 2012


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Cornel West | Occupy Wall Street Debate | Oxford Union
Published on Jan 11, 2013

Cornel West gives his commanding proposition to the motion of "This House would Occupy Wall Street"

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