Listen: Bernie Sanders, Sweden And Denmark discussed on Mark Levin
"About fifty billion dollars a year on food stamps, which they no longer call food stamps. They call the they call nutrition, and I had to stop this guy. We're hold on. What do you mean? You're spending fifty billion a year on fifty billion a year on nutrition, nutritional advice. What does that mean? Oh, no, the supplemental nutrition nutritional assistance program snap is the acronym, which is just a rebranding of food stamps. So we're spending. Fifty billion dollars. You're on food since we have a lot of big government programs already in place. Some people argue that in certain certain ways, we are all less free market than Sweden and Denmark. We are less of a of a business friendly climate than some of those countries in terms of their regulation. What we envy so much or rather what Democrats and socialists in this country N B so much about our European cousins. Is that they have very large welfare states and very high taxes. The problem with the Okaz your Chaz approach. And it's also the Bernie Sanders approach and the war approach."