Let me be clear – I love my Dad. I owe everything I have to him. But if I could hire someone to block him from sending me ten junk e-mails a day, I would. God bless his heart, but if I get one more dopey chain e-mail from my dad, I am going to strangle him.
That being said, I have to give him credit for this one today. It’s an interview between Milton Friedman and Phil Donahue from 1979, in which the Nobel Prize winning economist destroys the dopey lefty talk show host.
As All American Burger manager Brad Hamilton tells Spicoli with regard to the “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service” sign in “Fast Times at Ridgemont High:”
“Learn it. Know it. Live it.”
UPDATE: This one is even better, although it clocks in at a half hour. It’s shocking to see someone communicate a message of limited government and freedom in such a clear and concise manner. Something no modern conservative politician seems to be able to do.