Listen: Tom Friedman, United States And Iraq discussed on Thom Hartmann
"Once we define what that amount is. Let's say the corporate welfare in the United States is a trillion dollars a year. Then you could say, well, the green deal is going to cost you, and you call it a corporate unit, you know, like the old Freidman unit which was six months because Tom Friedman kept saying the war in Iraq will be over in six months. And and so everybody started talk. Talking about Friedman units as a shorthand for six months. You could you could use the corporate unit is short for for a trillion dollars a year. So you could say, yeah. The new deal will cost a half a half a corporate unit, or you know, our welfare programs in the United States cost one hundred of a corporate unit or things like that it needs to be it needs to be wordsmith. A little a little fancier a little more sophisticated away to the nave to the green new jobs deal. Because you know. Yeah."