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Old 10-09-2007, 02:21 PM   #1
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I Met a Funny Economist..........

Went to a business meeting, and the keynote guy was Brian Wesbury..........man that dude cracked me up, quoting William Bryant Jennings, Carter, Teddy Roosevelt, etc.

Obviously a supply sider, but economist with a sense of humor are few and far between.............
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Was it the "cross of gold" bit that he used? I just graduated college with a history degree and I learned about that darn speech more times than I can count!
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Was it the "cross of gold" bit that he used? I just graduated college with a history degree and I learned about that darn speech more times than I can count!
Yup........."cross of gold"..........
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They all are a little off the wall..........
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I thought that was Bryant Gumbel Peter Jennings
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