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china were made in america. the typical product, even things like clothing, they contain inputs and ideas from all over the world. the label slapped on the just tested be the place where your code or your cell phone or your glasses were left assembled. it is meaningless but it appears to have meaning that does not have. >> in terms of your question were you asking who and politics? >> i said a single person that comes to mind to me is rand paul. i think he gets this. he is more of a libertarian one of the things, and is a perfect example of government intentions run amok. which is the two industries. i make this point a lot myself. the two industries in america with most rapid increases our healthcare and education. those are the two industries that are where the price is not working because you have the government subsidizing or operating them. when you ask a liberal, why do we have government involved in healthcare and education? what is their answer? to make it more affordable. they're doing a great job, right i think the lesson here will conclude by this note. government intenti
china or made in america. the typical product even relatively simple things like clothing, they contain inputs and ideas from all over the world. though made an label slapped on happen to be where your code for your cell phone or your eyeglasses were last assembled. it's meaningless but it appears that meeting that it doesn't have. >> in terms of your question, if i understood, were you asking who in -- [inaudible] >> i visit a guy who probably, the single person comes to mind to me is rand paul. i think he gets this. he's more of a libertarian bent. one of the things, this was apropos to what we've been talking about, it's a perfect sample of government intentions run amok, which is that you industries, i make this point allow myself, that you industries in america with the most rapid increases in prices are healthcare and education. those of you industries where the price is unworkable because yet the government subsidizing them or opportunity. when you ask a liberal why do we have the government involved in healthcare and education? what is their answer? to make it more affor
it's made in china or america. even relatively simple products like clothing they contain inputs and ideas from all over the world. the label just happens to be the place where code or your cell phone or glasses were last assembled. it is meaningless. but it appears to have meaning it does not have. in terms of your question -- >> your question -- the person who comes to mind is rand paul. i think he gets this. he is more of a libertarian. this is apropos to what we were talking about. it's a perfect example of government intentions run a monk. -- run amok. the two industries in america with most rapid increases in prices are health care and education. those of the industries with a price system doesn't work well because you have the government operating them. when you ask a liberal, why do we have the government involved in health care and education? what is the answer? to make it more affordable. they're doing a great job. i think the lesson here -- will conclude with this, government intentions are not enough, good intentions are not good enough. we have to look at the policy reso
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