Economist Peter Schiff went 'undercover' at the current Democratic National Convention, in an obvious attempt to point out some of the less logical political positions of the delegates in attendance. To say the least, the comments made by some of the delegates were pretty striking! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07fTsF5BiSM I generally don't like this type of video, as it always leaves questions as to how much was edited out, what percent of the responses he got were counterproductive to the videographer's intentions... and so I think it's important when watching a video like this to take it all with a healthy heaping teaspoon of salt. With that being said, I'm left wondering... what percent of the members of the Democrat Party actually think like this? How many Democrats actually think that a business's profits should be capped? How many believe that a business's profits should be outlawed!? I believe and sincerely hope that this view is far less prevalent of a position than Schiff makes us believe in this video. Hoping some of the left-leaning forum members could help shed some light on this issue.