Congressman Ron Paul and 20/20 host John Stossel have more than a few things in common. Specifically, they both think a lot of libertarian thoughts, and unlike a lot of libertarians, they’ve both learned to communicate these thoughts so effectively that they have earned the respect of their peers.
Paul, in his tenth Congressional term, is known as “Dr. No” for his refusal to vote for bills that cater to special interests, raise taxes, or violate his literal interpretation of the Constitution. Stossel, the Emmy-winning consumer reporter who discovered free-market theory via Reason magazine, has been permitted to air provocative specials such as “Stupid in America,” which criticized the government’s monopoly in education.
So what happens when the champion of freedom and free markets from the U.S. Congress sits down for a chat with his counterpart from the mainstream media? That’s when we learn that freedom is simply too hot for TV, or at least, too hot for ABC.
That’s right, they are only airing this interview on the internet, in pieces. And the justification is a laugh, at best.
See the 20/20 Ron Paul Interview – too hot to let America see
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