Katherine Mangu-Ward Discusses Gaffes and the Phoniness of Polticians on Stossel

Reason Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward discusses whether politicians can be honest without making into a gaffe on Stossel. Airdate: October 25, 2012.

About 4.40 minutes.

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  • BarryD||

    Water is wet!

  • Anonymous Coward||

    Politicians like to pretend they're playing SimCity and that the economy is just something you increase or decrease with zoning and few masterful building placements.

  • ZackTheHypochondriac||

    This is the episode where Ann Coulter said that Romneycare in Mass was a libertarian solution. She also claimed that everything romney has said that is anti-free market is secretly pro free market. She also said the only thing she couldn't defend romney on was his promise to not cut education spending.

    i'm not really sure what my point is, except that i don't like ann coulter.


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