Listen: Cossio Cortez, Julian Castro And Obama discussed on Larry Elder
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Average black students spend thirty five minutes, according to article in the Brookings Institution, which is a left wing think tank. Hispanics, fifty minutes. White fifty five minutes agents one hundred and fifteen minutes. Thank maybe just maybe a little something to do with her success now Alexandria or Cossio Cortez was asked by Anderson Cooper last night, how you gonna pay for all these healthcare programs. She says nobody asks how to pay for this. How to pay for that how to pay for this? In other words, raise taxes, Julian Castro is the former head of hood under Obama, former mayor of San Antonio. He's already announced an intention to run for president. Here's what he said he in a lot of programs are one of the questions you're going to face if he runs how you're gonna pay for them. Why don't you send the newest youngest member of congress right now? I'll exander Cossio Cortez said that's gonna air on sixty minutes tonight about how to pay for things. You work at our tax rates back in the sixties. And when you have a progressive tax rates system your tax rate. You know, let's say from zero to seventy five thousand dollars may be ten percent or fifteen percents et cetera. But once you get to the tippy tops on your ten million dollar to be tops. I sometimes you see tax rates as high as sixty or seventy percent. Can you support a tax increase like that? Once you get ten million dollars sixty seventy percent. I can support folks at the top paying their fair share as you know, George. There was a time in this country where the top marginal tax rate was over ninety percent even during Reagan's era in the nineteen eighties. It was around fifty percent. So do I support in order to have something like Medicare for all that we ask folks that are in the top point zero five percent or point five percent or or the top one percent to pay more. And also that we get more serious about making sure that corporations pay their fair short their fair share. And that we're smart about understanding how instead of folks having to pay sky high premiums to companies that are seeking a prophet to deliver healthcare that we can have a better system where people can get good healthcare. Peace of mind. Even if that means that we rearrange where those dollars go. Yeah. I support that you know, what during this campaign. If I run I'm going to be very upfront with the American people on how we would do that. Because I think that they're owed that but it is worth it. It is worth it in this country for us to do that. Now, one of the heroes, of course of the Democratic Party is JFK you can go online and hear his speeches where he argued for a tax cut and one of the things he says if that eventually the revenues that will be obtained because of the tax cuts. Grow and be higher than where they were before the tax cuts. That's true. 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