Friday, April 20, 2012
All you need to know about Barack Obama's economics
When Barack Obama became President of the United States he had to pick someone to head up the Council of Economic Advisors. This very small group provides the president with the economic advice that eventually impacts our daily lives.
Mr. Obama picked Larry Summers to be his first Chief economic advisor.
Larry Summers was once asked about his views of Nobel-prize winning economist, Milton Friedman who many of you know is one of my favorite free-market economists.
Here is a 33-second clip on what Mr. Summers thinks about Mr. Friedman. In the next 33 seconds you will learn everything you need to know about why our nation is where it is today under the leadership of President Obama.