Peter Schiff on The Daily Show

June 10, 2009 – 10:13 am

by Rolfe Winkler, CFA

(ht Karina M.)

At the end Peter says he’s considering a run for Senate against Chris Dodd….

  1. 9 Responses to “Peter Schiff on The Daily Show”

  2. Peter called the recession in 2006 when most of the other economists and commentators were arguing against his logic. Peter also said things would get worse and they did. Finally, a voice of reason amidst most of the confused talking heads on TV. This is proof that Austrian
    economics has a better or more correct understanding of how markets should and in fact do work. Contrast Peter’s model with Keynesian doctrine which is taught in most colleges. That doctrine has failed to deliver a successful
    and prosperous economy which benefits everybody equally. We need more guys like Peter Schiff
    running in Congress and teaching in our colleges so America can get back on her feet again.

    By Carlton on Jun 10, 2009

  3. I wish people like Jon Stewart of Daily Show and Elizabeth Warren from Harvard University must run and replace the current Congress men/ women (senators).

    By CG on Jun 10, 2009

  4. Buy Gold NOW!

    By Schmuel Rhodinsky on Jun 10, 2009

  5. On second thought, wait until it corrects on more time as the banks manipulate it down one more time. That’s about all they have left. After that, not enough capital to manipulate it down again.

    By Schmuel Rhodinsky on Jun 10, 2009

  6. RUN, Peter, RUN!

    By derryb on Jun 10, 2009

  7. LOL. Keynes has been out for years. Get it straight carlton. So called “Keynesian” idiots such as roubini,Schiller and Krugman all saw the collapse in the front view mirror.

    Yet, that is not ever mentioned by people like yourself. Grow up.

    By The Rage on Jun 10, 2009

  8. Roubini-is-not-a-Keynesian.Obama’s-so-called-experts

    By Tomsk on Jun 10, 2009

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