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I don't think it's a job of a historian to come up with solutions to economic problems. His job is to raise awareness about the problem
In my opinion, Bergman won on k.o. Especially when he pointed out that Tucker is a millionaire and Tucker lost his #
At the end of the day they are all millionaires, left or right, and would fight for less taxation of the rich.
originally posted by: mobiusmale
This guy was advocating for "70, 80, 90%" marginal tax rates as some kind of way to return to economic glory days, and Tucker let him have his say, and allowed that a discussion on taxation was warranted.
The interview devolved after Bregman started attacking Carlson simply because he is a "millionaire being paid by a billionaire"...orange man bad, you know, and success bad too...saying that Carlson was taking "dirty money", saying he was part of the problem, and that Bregman was "speaking truth to power".
Just because you are being rude and obnoxious when in the presence of your betters, does not mean you are speaking truth to power. You actually have to have a point.
My posts are about how all the trump minions would react
originally posted by: TinySickTears
a reply to: jjkenobi
It's a fact
If maddow or Some CNN anchor said it you would all be talking # about it.