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If only it had been a cinder block

By Michael J. Smith on Thursday April 24, 2008 10:57 AM

Thomas Friedman, the newly-pied piper of globalism:

UPDATE: YouTube has apparently been supine and compliant enough to remove the video from their site, but you can still watch it at 23/6.

Comments (3)

Nicholas Hart:

It would seem that for his free-market piety Friedman's ego has been pierced.


I think anyone worthy of respect would have just gone on talking. How pathetic.

Al Schumann:

Ha! None of the neoliberal preachers like market discipline when it's applied to them. They say they want the pie to be higher, but when the Hayekian cream of rational economic actions potentiates, they get a little lily livered.

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