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Humanists of Fort Worth Message Board Humanists of Fort Worth Discussion Forum › Banned by TED as Too Controversial

Banned by TED as Too Controversial

user 4751693
Euless, TX
Post #: 19
Nick Hanauer, a venture capitalist, gave a really great talk on the notion that
it's the rich who are the job creators in this country.

The talk is made all the more interesting in that it was not posted on the TED
site because it was deemed "too political".

Here's the link:­

Thought the group might be interested.
user 18037361
Group Organizer
Fort Worth, TX
Post #: 67
His thesis is that consumers create jobs, not the rich.

Which of course is true. And obvious to anyone who as a kid had a lemonade stand.

This is a great 5 minute video. Thanks for posting it, John.
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