Hillsdale Econ Professor, Gary Wolfram, on Occupy Wall Street: Today on the Teri O’Brien Show

This week we’ll focus on the democrats,’ both elected and unelected, the latter sometimes called “journalists,” and their desperate attempts to deflect attention from the embarrassing, and possible perjurious, Solyndra testimony by another Obama administration braniac, Department of Energy Secretary Stephen Chu. They hope that by incessantly bleating about Newt Gingrich’s alleged lobbying on behalf of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, they can cover up the reeking stench of corruption and cronyism rising from the administration’s green energy schemes. Unfortunately for Obama and his liberal friends, trying to cover up this fetid  mess by talking about the GOP field is like trying to conceal the odor of a rotting corpse with a can of air freshener. You’re going to need a lot more than Lysol for this one.

Speaking of foul odors, the Occupy Everything but a Shower and a Job Movement continues its always silly and juvenile, and increasingly violent, anti-capitalist activities, seemingly blind to what is obvious to even moderately intelligent observers; specifically, that it is only capitalism that makes their lives possible. Our special guest, Gary Wolfram, Hillsdale College professor of economics, and author of the recent column “Occupy Wall Street Blind to the Benefits of Capitalism,” will explain why this bunch of whining slackers reminds him of Monty Python.

Tune in Sunday for the rest of the story.

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