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“They Said What?!” John Lennon edition

Summary:
Bob unveils a new recurring series, in which he gives the context of infamous quotations. In this episode, he covers two allegedly shocking quotes from John Lennon, John Maynard Keynes’ “in the long run we’re all dead,” Trump on Nazis being very fine people, Dan Quayle misspelling potato, Obama’s “you didn’t build that,” and Bohm-Bawerk on Karl Marx. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Wikipedia entry on John Lennon’s “more popular than Jesus” comment. Lyrics to “Revolution.” Bob and the Music City Friends of Liberty cover “Come Together.” Video for Trump’s “very fine people” remark. Video of Obama’s “you didn’t build that.” Nancy Pelosi on “We have to pass the bill to find out what’s in it.” Bohm-Bawerk’s Karl Marx and the Close of His

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Bob unveils a new recurring series, in which he gives the context of infamous quotations. In this episode, he covers two allegedly shocking quotes from John Lennon, John Maynard Keynes’ “in the long run we’re all dead,” Trump on Nazis being very fine people, Dan Quayle misspelling potato, Obama’s “you didn’t build that,” and Bohm-Bawerk on Karl Marx.

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